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Police: Man Charged with Four Counts of Attempted Murder ukcri.me/64807

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Man Charged with Four Counts of Attempted Murder

May 21, 2016, 2:24 pm

A man will appear in court charged with the attempted murder of four women.

Ethem Aydin Orhon, 66 of Deacons Walk, Hampton, will appear in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court today, Saturday, 21 May, charged with four counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of an offensive weapon.

The incidents took place on Friday, 21 May, in Hampton, Richmond-upon-Thames where four women were injured.

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The four women are still in hospital. All four are now described as stable.

Orhon was arrested on Friday, 20 May, and subsequently charged in the early hours of 21 May.

Source: Metropolitan Police Service

 
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Police: Boy Jailed for Stabbing Officer ukcri.me/64809

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Boy Jailed for Stabbing Officer

May 21, 2016, 1:26 pm

A boy was jailed for nine years and four months at the Old Bailey on Friday 20 May, after stabbing a police officer so brutally that he left him with potentially life-threatening injuries.

The boy, now 17, but who was 16 at the time of the incident, was sentenced after being convicted on 10 May of grievous bodily harm with intent. On release, he will be on an extended licence of four years and eight months.

His victim, PC Guy Sinnott from Tower Hamlets, who is near retirement, fortunately made a full recovery after the terrifying incident in which he was rushed to hospital after being knifed in the stomach and leg.

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PC Sinnott and a colleague had originally attended reports of anti-social behaviour and a moped being ridden near to flats off Grove Road, Bow at around 23:30hs on the evening of 15 November 2015.

They attempted to search the youth, who...

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Police: Charmless

Written by RSS Poster The Magistrates' Blog
This, from a respected colleague, speaks for itself:
I was in court three and one pleasant git shouted at a very pregnant prosecutor 'I hope that baby doesn't get born'.  She collapsed in floods of tears as he was taken out of the secure dock and into the cells.  He did come back and apologise but not before insulting his own nice lady rep (who then refused to act for him)!  



Ambulance: Tell Me Exactly What Happened

Written by RSS Poster Medic Scribe » Medic Scribe

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I just finished reading an interesting book, Tell Me Exactly What Happened, which will be published soon by the Minnesota Historical Press. It is the second book by Caroline Burau, a former 911 call taker/dispatcher from Minnesota. It was not what I expected.

When I was in EMT school, I read every book I could find about EMTs and paramedics. I wanted to know what this new field I was considering was like. I wanted any story or tidbit that would help me find my way through the unknown. I never read or even thought about reading a book about 911 dispatch.

I understand the value of the 911 dispatcher, but as a field provider, like I think most field providers (at least in commercial EMS), my relationship with dispatch is at times, more one of annoyance than true camaraderie. That is for two reasons.

Dispatchers

1) Tell us what to do and we have to do what they say. They sit in front of their consoles and play us like we are a video game. They are the proverbial messengers in the don’t kill...

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Police: Appeal for Information Following Incident in West Derby ukcri.me/64805

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Appeal for Information Following Incident in West Derby

May 20, 2016, 2:02 pm

Merseyside Police is continuing to appeal for information following an incident in which a 43 year-old man suffered a wound to the head.

The man presented himself at hospital Tuesday 17th. It is believed he had been inside The Lingmill Inn on Muirhead Avenue East in West Derby when he suffered the injury.

Enquiries are ongoing as to how he sustained the injury.

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The pub is currently subject to a closure order pending a full hearing on Tuesday 31st May and a search of the pub was continuing today.

Three men – a 54 year-old, a 51 year-old and a 25 year-old – who were arrested yesterday on suspicion of s18 assault are continuing to be questioned today.

Tests are continuing on a suspected air weapon recovered from the scene.

Enquiries are ongoing in the area and forensic and CCTV opportunities have...

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Police: Woman Jailed for Human Trafficking Offences ukcri.me/64802

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Woman Jailed for Human Trafficking Offences

May 20, 2016, 11:52 am

A woman has been jailed after trafficking another young woman to the UK and forcing her into drugs and prostitution.

Thai national, Pimnapat Rukkhaseranee, 37 of York Street was sentenced on Thursday, 19 May at Southwark Crown Court to four years imprisonment for people trafficking into the UK, controlling prostitution and possession of drugs with intent to supply.

When the sentence is spent, Rukkhaseranee will be deported to Thailand.

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The court heard how on 23 June 2013 the 28-year-old victim had flown into a UK airport. She was met by Rukkhaseranee and her associate Lucas Skarbonkiewicz and was taken to an address in Westbourne Terrace, W2.

There she was forced to perform sex acts with men in order to pay off the £33,000 debt that her traffickers charged her for her travel, documents and passport. In addition she was charged...

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Fire: MF&RS supports Crimestoppers 'Drop The Knife' campaign

Written by RSS Poster Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service - Latest News
MF&RS supports Crimestoppers 'Drop The Knife' campaign


Police: Teenager Jailed for Knife Attack ukcri.me/64799

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Teenager Jailed for Knife Attack

May 19, 2016, 2:48 pm

A teenager has been jailed for more than three years for a vicious knife attack that left a man fighting for his life.

Johnny Jacob Brazil, 19, of Barrow Grove, Sittingbourne, was found guilty of grievous bodily harm on a 25-year-old man and common assault on a 28-year-old man following a trial at Maidstone Crown Court in February 2016.

He appeared at Maidstone Crown Court on Thursday 19 May and was sentenced to three years for the first offence and four months for the latter, to run consecutively. He was also sentenced for other unrelated offences and jailed for a total of four-and-a-half years.

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The court heard how at about 8.40pm on Saturday 1 August 2015 the victims were in Priory Row, Faversham, when the vehicle Brazil was travelling in parked up.

The 28-year-old victim began speaking to someone he knew in the car when Brazil got out of the vehicle...

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Police: Murder Investigation Launched in Hampstead ukcri.me/64795

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice – UK Crime News

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Murder Investigation Launched in Hampstead

May 19, 2016, 2:36 pm

A murder investigation has been launched following the death of a woman in Hampstead.

Police were called by the London Ambulance service at 00:06hrs on Thursday, 19 May, to reports of a woman stabbed at an address in Maitland Park Villas, NW3.

Officers attended and found the woman, aged 46. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Next of kin have been informed but we await formal identification.

A post-mortem examination is due to take place at St Pancras Mortuary on Friday, 20 May.

A 56-year-old man was arrested close to the scene on suspicion of murder. At the time of his arrest he was suffering what is believed to be a knife injury. He currently remains at a London hospital in a stable condition.

It is believed both parties were known to each other and resided at the same...

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Police: New ABD Guidelines

Written by RSS Poster Mental Health Cop

The Royal College Of Emergency Medicine and the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine have today published a new best practice guideline on the topic of Acute Behavioural Disturbance.

All 999 response officers, first-responders and street triage police officers need to know about them bearing in mind the number of deaths following police custody or contact that are still linked by Coroners to ‘restraint related’ or ‘cocaine related’ excited delirium, now more often termed acute behavioural disturbance.

The whole classification and conceptualisation of these ideas remains subject to debate within the medical professions, and the document alludes to this by stopping short of regarding these phenomena as a ‘disorder’. My point has always been: regardless of medical taxonomy, Courts and organisations like Inquest tell the police service that people die from whatever it is that’s going on and that alternative approaches are needed to learn lessons from history because we can control or reactions and responses, even if...

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