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PCSO & Police Uniforms - Endura Uniforms

Endura's range of emergency services uniform provides the ultimate durability and comfort without compromising on quality. Our range of UK Police & PCSO uniforms have been specially designed for the operational needs of bike patrol officers, …

Lowestoft Police charge man after he ... - suffolknews.co.uk

 · LEARN MORE. A man has been charged for possession of a knife after he was stopped by police in Lowestoft. Officers from Suffolk Constabulary's East Kestrel Team were on patrol in the Gunton area of the town yesterday when they stopped the man in Hollingsworth Road. After a stop and search, the man was found to be in possession of a lock knife ...

The History of Police Uniform in Manchester up Until WW2 ...

Standardising police uniform. The Dixon Committee on Police Uniform Clothing, set up in 1932 and reporting in 1934, sought to standardise the appearance of UK police officers and recommended official styles for future uniforms and headgear. It was noted that the cost of providing uniforms to UK forces was over £500,000 per year and the ...

UK Film & TV Registration Scheme

The UK Film and TV Registration Scheme is a police-backed system devised to overcome the historical difficulty of those in the film & TV industries being stopped by police in possession of official-looking uniforms or driving police marked vehicles and for neither party to be able to verify the legitimacy of that person's possession.

Mr Benn in The AnswerBank: News

 · I've been wondering what 'lawful purpose' BoJo had for wearing that uniform: "Any person who, not being a member of a police force or special constable, has in his possession any article of police uniform shall, unless he proves that he obtained possession of that article lawfully and has possession of it for a lawful purpose, be guilty of an offence and liable on summary …

Police lingo | The Bill Wiki | Fandom

 · More fully known as a police caution or simple caution. A statement made to a suspect when they are arrested, informing them of their basic right to silence. In the UK prior to 1994 this was: "You have the right to remain silent, but anything you do say will be taken down and may be used in evidence".