Falsifying Evidence – The Responses on LinkedIn [Video]

Falsifying Evidence – The Responses on LinkedIn

Thank you to all of you who responded to the video I put up yesterday entitled ‘Being Told To Falsify Evidence (Allegedly)’.

There are some great and very interesting responses which I would urge you to read under that video as they could have serious implications for anyone being told to falsify evidence and, of course, the person telling others to do so.

I have also spoken to Daniel Darwin who is running the Statement Writing Course on the 29th October to address this issue specifically and he is adding more information on this into the course at the end of the month, and if you are interested in attending then the cost is now only £150 + vat per person and you can find out more about the course here – https://www.nfps.info/statement-writing/

Thank you to all who responded to the last video and for the valuable comments you have added in the thread.

 

What Do I Do If There Is Guidance That Says I Can’t Do Something But The Law Says I Can [Video]

What Do I Do If There Is ‘Guidance’ That Says I Can’t Do Something But The Law Says I Can?

I have just heard from someone who has contacted me because they are being told that they can’t use certain techniques because they are not allowed to use them.

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Putting Your Keys Between Your Fingers for Self-Defence

Putting Your Keys Between Your Fingers for Self-Defence

I was recently tagged into a post on Facebook where I was asked for my opinion on a blog post entitled ‘Don’t Put Your Keys Between Your Fingers for Self-Defense’, which you can read here if you wish to – ‘Don’t Put Your Keys Between Your Fingers for Self-Defense‘. The first thing I would say about the post that I … Read more

A Lawyer’s Opinion On Handcuffs [Video]

Eric Baskind, a highly qualified and competent lawyer of many years standing, has confirmed that any person in the UK can carry and use handcuffs and provided their application was ‘reasonable in the circumstances’ they would be viewed as a ‘use of force’ option, no different than physically restraining someone by manual effort.

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Can School Teachers Refuse To Restrain Children?

Can School Teachers Refuse To Restraint Children?

Can School Teachers Refuse To Restrain Children? Can school teachers refuse to restrain children? Let me re-frame the question. If a child or a fellow teacher was seriously injured or died because a teacher made the disastrous mistake of not intervening when they should have done, can you imagine the catastrophic series of events that would follow? The school and … Read more

Using Force To Maintain Good Order and Discipline

USING FORCE TO MAINTAIN GOOD ORDER AND DISCIPLINE

Using Force To Maintain Good Order and Discipline In the past, I’ve spoken about the use of restrictive techniques that may cause (either intentionally or unintentionally) some discomfort, harm or pain. I’ve mentioned that these techniques are not illegal, provided that they are used reasonably to prevent a greater harm, where no lesser use of force option would be an … Read more