Eternally grateful

On a Saturday night in May we received reports of an intoxicated woman lying in the road.

The three officers attended and received a hostile reaction from the woman, but were able to take her home and leave her in the care of her family.

Now the woman has written to the force – and in particular the officers who helped her on that evening – to apologise for her actions and thank them. She says:

“I was involved in an incident on Saturday, late evening, I had fallen down due to being intoxicated and some policemen were called by a member of the public due to my position being close to the road, I believe they attended to me and I was pretty hostile to say the least and I was cuffed and placed in the police van for my own safety, they then took me to my home by which time I was told I was ‘kicking off’ big time in the back of the van. Continue reading

In memory of Tomas Juska

I think about Tomas every single day of my life.

I have tried to carry on with my life and live as normal a life as possible but it is very hard to do so and I don’t really think my life will ever go back to being normal.

I think about Tomas at different times of the day and sometimes find myself thinking about him in the middle of the night also.

When I think about him I feel a mix of upset and anger.

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