Tag Archives: Safety

Helping Veterans in the Criminal Justice System

Our team are delighted to introduce the Veterans Programme to you. The goal of this work is to save the lives of our veterans in crisis in Surrey. In the context of this programme ‘veteran’ includes soldiers, sailors, marines, and RAF … Continue reading

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Royal Holloway named the safest university

Revealed: the 10 safest places to be a student I was delighted to be directed to this article pointing out that students have voted the Royal Holloway the safest place to study. Great partnership work over a decade is paying … Continue reading

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Bike security: this works for students and commuters!

Big thanks to GMP for sharing this and allowing us to re-blog it. Lock It or Lose It: Greater Manchester Police has been successful in reducing the level of cycle theft in recent years. We are committed to continuing this … Continue reading

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Phil and Teds Car Seat Adaptor Recall

Phil & Teds is recalling their TS26 Travel System 26 Car Seat Adaptors because they can fail when exposed to low temperatures. This can result in the car seat not being securely connected to the pushchair. Phil & Teds is … Continue reading

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Get free support to help end disputes with Mediation North Surrey

This is a service your local police staff recommend as it can have a significant impact on even long term and intractable problems. I’m very pleased with the results as it improves peoples lives, reduced anti-social behaviour and is a … Continue reading

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Speed limit cut outside St George’s College after teacher died

Reblogged with thanks from Get Surrey and reported by Amy Taylor Tom Doolan, who was on a gap year placement from Australia, was killed when he was struck by two vehicles in November 2011. Two years after a teacher was … Continue reading

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Rogue Round-up!

via Surrey County Council Trading Standards: TS @lert! · A consumer in Buckinghamshire employed a Surrey trader to re-sand and seal her driveway. The trader was paid in cash but the work is still incomplete. The trader is now not returning … Continue reading

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