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For many of you, dealing with difficult situations has always been part of your job. But the pandemic has been especially challenging for many people in the ambulance, police, fire and rescue services.
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#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

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Happy National Staff Network Day ! A day for us to embrace collaboration, align activity, inspire a voice and be thankful for the support. #Togetherness

This Wednesday’s @WeCops chat is ‘Prioritising Investigations’ with @SuptLeeBerryWYP @Kerrinwilson999 and @WYPAndyFarrell
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Here’s the pre read 👍

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Chief Constable Jo Shiner from @sussex_police introducing the new @OscarKiloNine OK9 Wellbeing and Trauma Support Dog Network. Find out more and meet our dogs https://t.co/awSzPYyUp7

📣 #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek starts today. Help us to get the nation talking about nature and mental health. 🌳Join the movement. #ConnectWithNature. Get involved.

Are you a serving police officer or member of staff?

If you’ve got a few mins to spare, we’d love to hear from you about how you have felt working through the pandemic.

Here’s the link to some further info and the survey

https://t.co/Iwzo3i3E76 https://t.co/ttfImN2hHH

9/10 women say #Menopause affects their work and 1/2 say their sex lives are adversely affected. @ThisisDavina fearlessly tackles #midlife taboos, exposing the lack of specialist education for GPs and the confusion that still exists around #HRT in @Channel4 doc 12th May 9pm

We want to hear from police officers, staff and volunteers about how the College can best support policing. Your feedback is crucial to helping us understand how we can work better together to keep people safe.

Find out more and take our survey: https://t.co/gK49vkCccu

The team have spent rest days and own time over the #BankHolidayWeekend getting the results out to forces across the UK!

Chief Constables of all forces nominated have been informed!

#BAWPAwards2021

Well done! 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

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The British Association for Women in Policing was founded to empower the Police services’ strong, hardworking women. The organisation’s mission is to continue to ensure that women’s voices in policing are both heard and understood.

Gender equality within policing is an integral part of BAWP’s mission and the organisation plays a significant role in providing a platform for women within in the industry.

With representatives across the UK, including the British Transport Police, Royal Navy Police, National Crime Agency and Isle of Man Constabulary, we work with both national and geographic forces and law enforcement responsibilities.

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