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  1. Oh and how did your assessment go?
  2. How have you found the course, it's something I'm looking into doing especially as majority of it can be done in personal time / computer learning
  3. Which force is it that you have applied for, we don't tent to have these sorts of days in my home force
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  5. It does entirely depend on the force alone, the best way of finding out would be to make a freedom of information request and see if they'll tell you welcome to the forum!!
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  7. Source:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-38904430?intlink_from_url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-hereford-worcester-38302430&link_location=live-reporting-story Image copyright Google Maps Image caption A silver Honda estate failed to stop after the collision on the junction of Oat Street and Cowl Street (generic junction photo above) A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a hit-and-run in which a police officer was injured. A silver Honda estate failed to stop after the collision on the junction of Oat Street and Cowl Street, Evesham, Worcestershire, at 13:20 GMT on Tuesday. The officer was taken to hospital with minor leg and head injuries and the abandoned vehicle was found in Longford Close, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire. A 46-year-old Evesham man was arrested. Read more news for Herefordshire and Worcestershire A 49-year-old woman from the Evesham area was later arrested on suspicion of obstructing police, a spokesman said
  8. I read it and just sighed, surely there has to be more to this than "cops stop child in need of medical aid and keep them for 20 mins before letting them leave" It can't be that simple.... can it? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  10. with a friend
  11. It wasn't the fact that I wanted to fit reds to my vehicle so I could deal with incidents, it was on a question as if it was legal and only in extreme circumstances e.g. stopped at night behind a broken down vehicle, live lane, no lights, which I have twice come across, but as it's not legal I don't intend on doing so. I didn't know the legislation on lighting on vehicles, I now about blue lights but wasn't sure about reds. As for the rallying we set up in forests with logging and one vehicle width tracks in night and day so visibility is key when you have more than one vehicle going round the circuits including logging HGV's. We also have to stop to put out direction points for cars travelling from stage to stage on public roads often with no places to pull in.
  12. Just thought I'd say hi, I am obviously new to this forum. I am unfortunately not a regular although I intend to keep applying until I am one, although I am a special at this moment in time. And for now that's about it :) WMSC
  13. You could put in an NIR?
  14. Thank you all for you responses, I had been looking at grille / shelf lights due to the fact I have a glass roof extending majority of the way back across the top of my car. I had a feeling it might be like that for reds, but I wasnt 100% sure, but like I said I would only have the amber for special circumstances like off road rally stages (where it has been reccomended by the rally organisers) and a hazard obstructing the road (less likely though), sounds like a temporary magnetic light bar seems he way to go then I can just stick it in the boot if necessary when not using it. Thanks again, the legeslation is abit confusing to me but makes sence in another way so it's useful to know Regards WMSC
  15. Hello, Firslty, i know that this may have been covered multiple times, but i am trying to find specific answers and in other posts i have read i could not see the answers i was looking for, so if you can help it would be much appriciated but if not then it was worth a try. so here goes..... I am thinking of fitting Amber Flashing LED's to the front grill of my car and also Amber (possibly Red) flashing LED's the the Rear parcel shelf of my car, for use off road on a rally stage that i marshall, set up, clear etc. And also once or twice i have come across a broken down vehical stopped in a dangerous position at night where the presence of flashing lights would help so much more (I'd like to point out that i'm a special, so i probably tend to stop more to help people that other MOP would) so the lights would mainly be used for off road events and in dangerous situations like a rear guard or fend off. I am not sure of the legality of fitting the lights to my car and was wondering if you could help? like i said any help would be much appreciated Regards WMSC