First ambulance crews trial body-worn video cameras

The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has become the first ambulance service to trial body-worn video cameras. Approximately 40 NEAS frontline staff will be trying out the use of body cameras in a bid to offer them greater support...

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SAR charities awarded funding to save lives

Two national charities who share the same aim of supporting and searching for high-risk...

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New police boat launched in Hull

The Yorkshire and The Humber (YaTH) Marine and Underwater Search Unit will be unveiling...

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Fire and rescue services sign up to Oscar Kilo for wellbeing expertise

Every fire and rescue service across the UK now has access to Oscar Kilo...

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Cyber security focus at next month’s International Security Expo

It is the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) throughout October and, as part of...

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SCAS and LAS announce new partnership

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) and London Ambulance Service NHS Trust...

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WMAS set to become first University NHS Foundation Trust in the country

For over a decade, all paramedics in the West Midlands have been educated and...

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