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NEWS


Ofcers permitted to carry Taser in court


being allowed into court – including lack of secure storage facilities and eating into their time. This helped police chiefs to demonstrate to


the judiciary and senior judges why a change in the law was appropriate. The Federation’s National Firearms and Taser


Lead, Steve Hartshorn, said: “This is a big step forward for policing and we would like to give credit to NPCC Lead for Less Lethal Weapons Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi, NPCC Taser Advisor Inspector Andy Harding, and the team that worked hard for many years to get the changes required that will help our ofcers on a daily basis. “I would also thank Federation members who


Police ofcers are now permitted to carry Taser in court after years of campaigning by the Federation for a change in legislation. From 16 November, subject to local policy,


ofcers are no longer required to remove their Taser when attending court on routine business, such as giving evidence or delivering exhibits after the Lord Chief Justice amended the Criminal Practice Direction. Evidence gathered from frontline ofcers by the


Federation highlighted the difculties faced when having to remove and store the equipment before


took the time to supply evidence to support the successful outcome. It has been very frustrating for my colleagues whose jobs have been impeded at times because of this. “This much welcomed and long-overdue


decision means they can better protect themselves, the courts’ staf and the public if faced with violence or threats of violence and we appreciate the judiciary and senior judges for listening to the concerns raised.” If there you encounter any issues on the


matter over the coming weeks, we recommend contacting your local Federation branch.


Save a life – become a stem cell donor


Police ofcers are more likely than most to save a life– but have you considered becoming a stem cell donor and changing the life of somebody who is in critical need of a bone marrow transplant? Inspector David Williams of Warwickshire


Police is urging all ofcers and the public to register to become a donor. At eight-weeks-old his granddaughter Azaylia (pictured) was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of leukaemia and will now need a stem cell transplant, from a stranger, if she is to be cured. To find out if you could be a possible match for


Azaylia or anyone else in urgent need of a transplant, all that is required after registering, is for you to complete a home testing mouth swab kit, which you can order online at www.dkms.org.uk/en/register-now


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