Sectioned Detection

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  1. Firstly tell your now partner to block him or change his number. Then contact the police and your partner will have to make the complaint.
  2. Eh?
  3. Sounds like it was handled properly. Your word against his, little chance of successful conviction.
  4. Never said you couldn't, as business, sell to individuals. However if that was all you sold to then it would start to build a bigger picture. Hence why I said 'some explaining to do' rather than they would be commiting an offence.
  5. Although nitrous oxide has been legal in the past, since the Psychoactive Substances Act came into effect on 26 May 2016, it is now illegal to supply or import nitrous oxide for human consumption. If you're pretending to sell it for catering but actually are not then you could be prosecuted. For example if you were selling to individuals rather than businesses then you would have some explaining to do.
  6. GMP issue Samsung active tables and J5 phones to all fronline cops. There are 2 'systems' on each. They have a personal side where you can download apps like Netflix or Candy Crush then a works side where you can access the logs,crimes,emails and local systems as well as PNC checks on people and vehicles. You also take yours and witness statements on them which has digital signature ability. There also in to process of designing and creating 1 program which will replace ALL of our outdated ones.
  7. The argument is that if you can't actually do anything then you're not supporting, you're a hinderence.
  8. It all depends on what your forces policing plan is
  9. Care to elaborate as it's really quite vague.
  10. it always makes me laugh when people think I should be a police officer 24/7 even online. Why should I have to 'hide' I a non public part of the site just to keep the Dixon of Dock Green persona up? Yes I've spent more time answerg you but that's because I chose to not compeled to due to my job. As I've said before I don't think it's unreasonable to ask why somebody wants to know something before I answer you clearly do. But rather than me being the bad guy why has the poster not been challenged about spitting his dummy out and being evasive about why he wants the info? FWIF I don't think he was a journalist, more likely someone charged with an offence trying to wriggle out of it.
  11. Or....off duty cops don't always give their free time to answer question to unknown members of the public. I don't really care who he is but if you want something from me you don't get it by demanding it then storming off when you don't get it straight away. It's about me as a person not as a police officer.
  12. All forms are like that not just police ones. It's like walking onto a party of people who know each other and asking questions without even introducing yourself. It's plain rude. Had he been less tight lipped it have happily provided the info he requires.
  13. I work in GMP all the little units have been closed and the staff are all back to pushing pandas around. Whilst there are more posts for specialist units there's also more staff going for each post. I've been lucky enough to have worked on several roles o er the past 10+ years but now find myself back where I started when I joined. I guess what I'm saying is your career will be VERY fluid and there are no guarantees so expect to be frontline all your career and anything else is a bonus.
  14. Rather strange reaction.Can you elaborate why you don't want to answer? if you have nothing to hide then you have nothing to fear. Is it really that strange? To ask a new poster to elaborate on their question. I've nothing to hide but also nothing to gain, so if people want my opinion it's on my terms.
  15. Rather strange first question. Care to elaborate why you want to know this?