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Call The Police and They Will Sue You


You will have possibly seen the news item on the policewoman who is suing a garage owner after she tripped on a kerbstone whilst responding to a 999 call in relation to a suspected burglary. To read more go to:

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Posted in Physical Intervention, Reasonable Force, Risk Assessment

An Experts Opinion on Risk Assessments by Mark Williams


Following on from our last few blog posts about the importance of risk assessments and the potential liability for organisations, I thought that I would share with you an e-mail that I received from Mark Williams who ran the ERB,

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Posted in Risk Assessment

Become a Properly Qualified Trainer and Reduce The Risk of Being Sued


Becoming a Physical Restraint or Self-Defence Trainer for some is just a matter of finding a course – any course – and basing a decision on price and location so that they can get trained and start running courses. Yet

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BTEC L3 Certificate in Reasonable Force


For more info go to: http://www.nfps.info/courses/trainer-courses/btec-l3-unit-in-the-law-risk-management-in-relation-to-reasonable-force

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Posted in Physical Intervention, Reasonable Force

New – BTEC L3 Unit in The Law and Risk Management in Relation to Reasonable Force


We are delighted to announce that we are now offering a BTEC Level 3 Award Certificate in The Law & Risk Management in Relation to Reasonable Force. The Unit is intended for people who need to demonstrate a formal understanding

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Posted in Reasonable Force

Softcuffs the Safer Handcuff Option – Interview with Mark Williams


Following on from the recent posts that we have uploaded on Managing a Prolonged Restraint and the recent findings of the Winterbourne View Serious Case Review I think that you will find the following interview and demonstration by Mark Williams, one of the UK’s

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Posted in Reasonable Force

Fourth Prosecution Under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007


A company in Norfolk has become the subject of the fourth prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 since the implementation of the legislation in April 2008. The organisation – specialising in horticultural supply – has been

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Posted in Corporate Manslaughter, Physical Intervention

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