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She said: "PCSOs are not a replacement for police constables.
Liaqat Hussain, aged 27, of St Lawrence's Road, Foleshill, Coven- try, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a police constable and assaulting a police constable in the execution of his duty, 18-month community order, ordered to participate in the Think First programme and ordered to pay pounds 125 compensation.
I am overwhelmed emotionally by this recognition and thank all my fellow police officers and the National Association of Police Organizations," said Police Constable Samples, upon learning that he was named as Kentucky's finalist and a recipient of the Honorable Mention TOP COPS Award(R).
Of the two accused whom the victim knew, Himanshu is the son of a police constable.
The area police, headed by the Rawalpindi City Police Officer Azhar Hameed Khokhar, reached the spot and arrested the police constable.
The custody of the accused men was handed over to police constables Imran Nazir and Shahbaz of the court police.
The police constable swept away when a bridge collapsed in floods in Cumbria was a "very heroic, very brave man", Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said.
SEX TRADE: Former police constable Victoria Thorne, left, was working as a call girl and being used by pimp Neil Lock, below left, to check the work's computer
THE brother of the key prosecution witness in the Rhys Jones trial said he wanted to become a special police constable, Liverpool Crown Court heard yesterday.
Barry Bartram became abusive after a police constable and special police constable tried to speak to him at Newcastle Central Station early on August 30 last year.
And the 23-year-old police constable admitted: "I'm 100% over the moon
The police constable was taken to Russells Hall Hospital, in Dudley, where he was treated for cuts and bruising to his back, leg and elbow before being discharged.

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