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THIS NEW PAGE IS INTENDED TO ASSIST OUR MEMBERS IN TRACING OLD COLLEAGUES, GATHERING INFORMATION IN RELATION TO POLICE RELATED TOPICS AND CHARITY VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES.
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The Disappearance of Mary Flanagan
On 31st December 1959, 16 year old Mary Flanagan left her home in Wallace Road, West Ham, East London to go to a New Year’s Eve party. She never returned.
The disappearance of Mary Flanagan is the Met’s oldest missing person case. The investigation is being completely reviewed and new enquiries undertaken, under the supervision of DCI Dave Rock at Newham Police.
If any ex- or retired officers from East London were involved in the original investigation or know anything about the case, the Newham Police Missing Persons Unit would like to hear from you. Please call 0208 217 5728.
Have you been helped by the kindness of a stranger?
Has an anonymous hero rescued you by making a split second decision that has made the difference between life and death?
Or have you been the passerby who has stepped in to help a stranger in an emergency?
In an inspirational new series we would like to tell the amazing stories of people who have either been helped by a stranger, or people who have helped a stranger in an emergency.
If you would welcome the opportunity to tell your story then please get in touch:
Call: 0207 620 6732
I am working on a documentary with the Driving Standards Agency, for ITV1's 'Exposure' series, about people who pay others to sit their driving test for them. This enables people who have not passed a driving test to fraudulently obtain a genuine driving licence in their name.
I am keen to speak to anyone who dealt with this issue whilst working for the police. I am particularly interested to find out if anyone is aware of any collisions caused by people who fraudulently obtained their driving licence in this way.
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We need your skills, we need your time - but most of all we need your commitment and enthusiasm for helping others. You'll be amazed at what you get back in return. As a Guide Dogs volunteer, you will...
- Meet a new circle of like-minded friends
- Get a fascinating insight into what we do
- Experience varied and exciting roles
- Learn valuable new skills
- Make a life-changing difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people
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|Last Updated on Thursday, 23 May 2013 13:21|