FOCHRIW Primary School’s Mini Police Collection - ‘The Toys for Grenfell’ Appeal21/12/2018
ALTRUIST ACTIONS RESULT IN AWESOME OUTCOMES! FOCHRIW Primary School’s Mini Police Collection - ‘The Toys for Grenfell’ Appeal. Merthyr Town Football Club, in the South Wales Valleys, issued a request for help to collect toys for the children involved in the Grenfell Tower Disaster. The campaign, ‘Toys for Grenfell’ is one of Merthyr Town FC’s charitable actions in the wider community.
Herts Police set to rollout Mini Police across the county05/12/2018
After a successful pilot of Mini Police Hertfordshire Constabulary are looking to rollout the scheme across the county. To hear what the Force and Primary school teachers have to say check out this amazing video.
Concerns reported over the conduct of officers and staff supervising police cadet units04/12/2018
We have recently been made aware of two investigations currently being overseen by the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) in connection with the actions of police officers and volunteers who supervise the activities of police cadet units. This has also been reported in the news media.
Humberside VPC hold an attestation evening!!03/12/2018
On Wednesday the 28th of November 2018 cadets from around the Humberside area came together to attend the annual Volunteer Police Cadet Attestation. 41 new recruits took to the stage at Hull University to take their oaths and to formally enter the Humberside Police Family. The cadets were joined by their family and friends to help celebrate their achievements so far and recognise the hard work they have put in to successfully complete their initial training.
Volunteer Police Cadets are the “Next Generation” at International Security Expo 2018!30/11/2018
In partnership with the Security Institute, the Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) has joined their new initiative to inspire and attract young people to consider careers within the UK security industry.
Volunteer Police Cadets around the UK on parade for Armistice Day27/11/2018
VPC units from across the UK 'Remembered the Fallen and all who Served' On Remembrance Sunday, on the centenary of Armistice, hundreds of Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) proudly marched alongside Veterans, Service colleagues & families in their communities. Here are just some of the amazing young people and adult leaders in the VPC standing proud as part of #OneBigCadetFamily
Isle of Man WW1 project visit to Belgium09/11/2018
Alot of research and hardwork ended up in a trip to Belgium for the Isle of Man Cadets. Read about what they did in the log written by PC Michael Griffiths
Cleveland Police Cadets Police memorial trust project05/11/2018
Cleveland Police cadets were presented the plaque by the Police memorial trust as part of the project that they have been doing in order to remember PC 6 William Henderson, murdered in the execution of his duty in 1893, the only Officer to suffer such a fate in the Cleveland area.
Suffolk VPC tidy up at Stratford Court05/11/2018
On Sunday 28th October, on what was initially a very cold and wet day, cadets from Ipswich and Martlesham attended Stratford Court, Whitton, Ipswich, to take part in a community project.
Devon & Cornwall- Torbay VPC support at Major Incident15/10/2018
Torbay VPC were due to parade on their normal cadet evening at Parkfield House, Paignton at 1830 and there was a request for some of the cadets to deploy to assist and support at the scene of a major incident. The mobilisation was co-ordinated by PS Lee Langley, Brixham neighbourhood team leader and cadet unit sergeant, and PC Nick Cull, local tutor constable and cadet unit leader, six cadets were requested to assist at the scene