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Officers launch police dog search
A public appeal to find police dogs of the future has been launched by the Central Scotland force.

Officers said they wanted two cocker spaniels or springer spaniels to become specialised crime fighters.

The force's dog handling unit has launched an appeal for male or female dogs between eight and 16 months old as part of its breeding programme.

It currently has nine fully-trained German shepherds as well as two springer spaniels.


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14 September 2006
NEDS SHOOT MAN WITH CROSSBOW...

SICK thugs put a man in hospital after firing a crossbow bolt into his chest.

Tam McGlinchey, 42, was shot in the street after an argument with two young men near his home in Dumbarton.

A shocked neighbour rushed to help stem the blood from his chest.

But Tam pulled out the bolt himself.

Last night, he was in a serious but stable condition in the Royal Alexandra Hospital, in Paisley.

The attack took place near Tam's front door in Ashton View, around 9.40pm on Tuesday.

Police are treating the attack as attempted murder and are looking for two men in their early 20s.

Terrified neighbour Karen Stewart, 18, revealed yesterday: "Tam had been arguing with a neighbour about the front door being forced open earlier in the day.

"At night, these two guys came round to argue with Tam outside the flat. One of them was holding a big crossbow."

Barmaid Karen added: "Tam ran towards the two guys and it was then that they shot him in the chest.

"I watched him pull the bolt out of his chest and I thought he must not have been too badly hurt.

"The lads eventually ran off and Tam came back up the stairs to the flat. It was then he collapsed.

"I got a cloth to stop the blood and called for the ambulance."

Another neighbour said: "This place is as bad as Beirut after dark. I've had gangs of neds trying to kick in my front door and throw bricks.

"We also heard people were running around with machetes."


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15 September 2006
TSAR WARS

A HOLYROOD commitee yesterday blocked plans to create five new independent commissioners.

The finance committee want to put on hold plans for five new "tsars" until it has been clarified who will be responsible for them and what they will spend.

They also want the Executive not to appoint any new tsars if their work can be done by an existing one.

The five posts are commissioners for roadworks, civil enforcement, human rights, legal complaints and police complaints.


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16 September 2006
BURBERRY COP ROW

DESIGNER label Burberry are considering legal action against police after their name was used for an operation targeting yobs.

Met Police chiefs' Operation Burberry is a blitz on football thugs linked with English side Millwall, many of whom wear the designer firm's distinctive shirts and caps.

But Burberry are just recovering from the label being known as the "yobs uniform" and bosses are fuming.

A spokesman said this was "an embarrassment too far".


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Car steering wheels carry more than twice as many germs

as the average toilet seat, according to research.

A study found the average steering wheel had 41,600 germs nestling on its surface, compared with toilet seats that have on average 17,400.

The unhygienic state of our cars was put down to drivers' leaving traces of food or dirt behind and not bothering to clean up.

Five per cent of motorists admitted they had never cleaned their car and just 13 per cent cleaned them regularly.

A typical response was that people's cars were rarely cleaned, an answer given by 45 per cent of those surveyed.

 

Daniel Kyle, a car care buyer for Tesco, which commissioned the survey of more than 1,000 drivers, said Brits needed to clean their cars more often because the steering wheel was an ideal breeding place for germs.

He said: "People spend a lot of time in the car cabin and are in constant contact with the wheel, so naturally germs are passed on.

"If food or dirt is transmitted on to the wheel and not regularly cleaned, then the germs multiply and pretty quickly you can be left with an area more unsanitary than a toilet."

 

A hamster tests a steering wheel for cleanliness

 

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Officers launch police dog search
A public appeal to find police dogs of the future has been launched by the Central Scotland force.

Officers said they wanted two cocker spaniels or springer spaniels to become specialised crime fighters.

 

 

 

TOP 'DRUG BUSTER' DOG

 

 

THE COCKER SPANIEL BREED STANDARD

 

 

General Appearance

Merry, sturdy, sporting; well balanced; compact; measuring approximately same from withers to ground as from withers to root of tail.

Characteristics

Merry nature with ever-wagging tail shows a typical bustling movement, particularly when following scent, fearless of heavy cover.

Temperament

Gentle and affectionate, yet full of life and exuberance.

Head & Skull

Square muzzle, with distinct stop set midway between tip of nose and occiput. Skull well developed, cleanly chiselled, neither too fine nor too coarse. Cheek bones not prominent. Nose sufficiently wide for acute scenting power.

Eyes

Full, but not prominent. Dark brown or brown, never light, but in the case of liver, liver roan and liver and white, dark hazel to harmonise with coat; with expression of intelligence and gentleness but wide awake, bright and merry; rims tight.

Ears

Lobular, set low on a level with eyes. Fine leathers extending to nose tip. Well clothed with long, straight silky hair.

Mouth

Jaws strong with a perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws.

Neck

Moderate in length, muscular. Set neatly into fine sloping shoulders. Clean throat.

Forequarters

Shoulders sloping and fine. Legs well boned, straight, sufficiently short for concentrated power. Not too short to interfere with tremendous exertions expected from this grand, sporting dog.

Body

Strong, compact. Chest well developed and brisket deep; neither too wide nor too narrow in front. Ribs well sprung. Loin short, wide with firm, level topline gently sloping downwards to tail from end of loin to set on of tail.

Hindquarters

Wide, well rounded, very muscular. Legs well boned, good bend of stifle, short below hock allowing for plenty of drive.

Feet

Firm, thickly padded, cat-like.

Tail

Set on slightly lower than line of back. Must be merry in action and carried level, never cocked up. Customarily docked.

Docked: Never too short to hide, nor too long to interfere with, the incessant merry action when working.

Undocked: Slightly curved, of moderate length, proportionate to size of body giving an overall balanced appearance; ideally not reaching below the hock. Strong at the root and tapering to a fine tip; well feathered in keeping with the coat. Lively in action, carried on a plane not higher than level of back and never so low as to indicate timidity.

Gait/Movement

True through action with great drive covering ground well.

Coat

Flat, silky in texture, never wiry or wavy, not too profuse and never curly. Well feathered forelegs, body and hindlegs above hocks.

Colour

Various. In self colours no white allowed except on chest.

Size

Height approximately: dogs: 39-41 cms (15.5-16 ins); bitches: 38-39 cms (15-15.5 ins). Weight approximately: 13-14.5 kgs (28-32 lbs).

Faults

Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.

Note:
Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.


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Yip Magpie you have us there.....well done

 

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New rules which make it compulsory for more children to use car seats

come into force today. Child seats or booster seats will be compulsory

for under 12s who are less than 135cm tall. The legislation aims to

reduce the 2,000 child casualties caused by road accidents

every year.

 

But consumer group Which? says many parents are unprepared for the

new rules, despite the fact retailers have already enjoyed soaring sales

of the seats.

 

It says many parents are unaware of the new requirements or simply

do not understand them.

From today youngsters travelling in cars, vans and other goods

vehicles must use a child seat or booster until they reach the age

of 12 or a height of 135cms -

whichever comes first.

This applies even if they have already spent several years in adult seats.

Breaking the new law will lead to a £30 on-the-spot fine for the driver,

or a maximum fine of £500 if convicted in court.

 

Prices start at £10 for the cheapest boosters rising to around £150 for

a car seat.

 

Road Safety Minister Stephen Ladyman said:

 

"I expect that the police will seek to educate as well as enforce,

but ultimately parents face being fined if they don't comply with

the new rules."

 

Which? senior researcher George Marshall-Thornhill said:

 

"It's really worrying that so many of the parents we've spoken to

don't understand what the new law means for them or what they

need to do."


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A2 now that's got me...took me 2 days 2 find a suitable car seat for my youngest due to new car and blumin 8 air bags ready to pop out of crevices unseen afore, so now i have to either get a booster that'll not put my other boy within a centimetre of hazard range of the airbag for like any other wean can't sit back for 2 secs...or put him through a wringer....or switch them off!! More f****n rules!!! Better get ma measuring tape oot yet again,who da heck sits n thinks this stuff up?? , suppose somebody must've discovered it safer though...a few million crash dummies later mind ye n the nice man down arnold clark must've just forgot to mention whilst i was askin about the safety o the weans aswell eh? barsteward!! xxxsteeleyma

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As far as I know the only ones to benefit in the early stages are the ones who supply the NEW CAR SEAT although ALL our children must be protected as best we can whilst traveling in a car.

 

No doubt many people will be confused steeleyma.

 


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, Just a bit...also i may be the only one but i feel more nervous at the fact of having an accident and my kids face being at the height of the glass window, i've always felt more at ease thinking that their more protected from anything lower down. ...uh huh! xxxsteeleyma

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Hi steeleyma, Once again it is the scientific experts who have introduced

this to the government who in turn make it law.

 

I have seen children kneeling on the back seat of cars waving out the

back window to other motorists.

 

The Kids don't know any better although the driver should have.

 

The new introductions may well be confusing as the LAW is set out

to deal with this issue but on the whole it is more of a safety

awareness warning and the possible consequences for that would

follow if there is an accident and ALL our children were not better

protected.

 

Much like you I was always lead to believe that children were

safer underneath the window level so we are all learning what

is best and the sales of car seats have rocketed.

 

Here is a useful link on the topic:

Countdown to new child car seat laws...

With just under a week to go until the new child car seat laws come

into force parents are being urged to make sure that they are familiar

with the changes. The changes are expected to save up to 2000 child casualties per year.

 

The new law comes into force on Monday 18 September and will

require drivers to ensure that all children under 135cms (4' 5") or age

12, whichever they reach first, use an appropriate car restraint when travelling in their vehicle.

Road Safety Minister Stephen Ladyman said:

"I would urge all parents to check that they are using appropriate

child seats or booster seats. Using the right seat for the size of the

child will give parents peace of mind and help to ensure that children

are as safe as possible in the vehicle at all times.

 

"Most people do use some kind of child restraint but it is very important

to use the right one for the size of the child and to take the time to fit

it properly; and not to use an adult belt before the child is big enough."

 

Parents can get expert child car seat safety advice from in store experts

at a number of retailers. Halfords, Mothercare and Toys R Us, and other stores have been supporting the DfT's THINK! road safety campaign and

the change in the law by providing special offers on car seats and

booster seats from July to September 2006.

 

Parents unsure whether their children must use a child restraint

should consider the following:

 

* Check the height of your child. Children up to 135cm in height

(and under 12 years old), need to use a child seat, booster seat or

booster cushion suitable for their weight.

 

* Before you buy or use any child restraint, check the label to make

sure it is suitable for the child's weight.

 

* Check that any restraint is securely fitted. If your child travels in

more than one vehicle, check the car seat or restraint fits each car

so it can be moved between them each time they travel.

 

* Get expert advice. Many retailers have trained in-store experts who

can advise on the best kind of car seat for a child and can demonstrate

how to fit it.

 

For more information, parents can visit http://www.thinkroadsafety.gov.uk

or call our helpline for a leaflet 0800 32 72 52.

NOTES TO EDITORS

1. Research was conducted by market information group, TNS amongst

3989 adults during May 2005.

 

2. A child restraint is a collective term for car seats, high backed

booster seats and booster cushions

3. 135 cm is approximately 4ft 5ins.

4. The updated regulations will implement European Directive

2003/20/EC (which updates Directive 91/671/EEC).

 

5. For more information on the change in child car restraint legislation,

please visit http://www.thinkroadsafety.gov.uk/campaigns/childcarseats

6. or call Freephone 08000 32 72 52 for a leaflet.

7. Penalties for offenders remain at a £30 fixed penalty notice or a maximum fine of £500 if a case goes to court.

Public Enquiries: 020 7944 8300
Department for Transport Website
: http://www.dft.gov.uk


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 SOMETHING TO PASS THE TIME  SEE BELOW ITS PRETTY GOOD

 

ALZHEIMERS'  EYE TEST  


Count  every '
F'  in the following text:

FINISHED  FILES ARE THE RE
SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTI
FIC STUDY  COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF  YEARS...
 

(SEE  BELOW)




HOW MANY?









WRONG,  THERE ARE
6  --  No joke.
READ IT AGAIN!
Really,  go Back and Try to find the 6 F's before you scroll  down.  


The  reasoning behind is further down.



The brain  cannot process "OF."
  
                         


Incredible  or what? Go back and look again!



Anyone who  counts all 6 "F's" on the first go is a genius.  
                          
<http://www.aip.org/history/einstein/ae77.htm>
                         
Three is normal, four is quite rare.  

Send this to your friends.
It will drive them  crazy.
And  keep them occupied
For several minutes.
 


    

   

      
   


 


More Brain Stuff . . .  From  
Cambridge  University.
   
Olny  srmat poelpe can raed tihs.  
  
  
cdnuolt  blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty  uesdnatnrd waht I was  rdanieg. The  

phaonmneal  pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig  to a rscheearch at  Cmabrigde Uinervtisy,

  

it  deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the  ltteers in a wrod are,  the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat   ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The rset can be a taotl  mses and you can sitll  raed it wouthit a porbelm.  

  
Tihs  is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey  lteter by  istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Amzanig huh? yaeh and I  awlyas  tghuhot slpeling was ipmorantt!  if   you  can raed tihs psas it on  !!  
 



Psas  Ti ON !

 

 

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   ALZHEIMERS'  EYE TEST  


Count  every '
F'  in the following text:

FINISHED  FILES ARE THE RE
SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTI
FIC STUDY  COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF  YEARS...
 

(SEE  BELOW)




HOW MANY?









WRONG,  THERE ARE
6  --  No joke.
READ IT AGAIN!
Really,  go Back and Try to find the 6 F's before you scroll  down.  


The  reasoning behind is further down.



The brain  cannot process "OF."
  
                         


Incredible  or what? Go back and look again!



Anyone who  counts all 6 "F's" on the first go is a genius.  
                          
<http://www.aip.org/history/einstein/ae77.htm>
                         
Three is normal, four is quite rare.  

Send this to your friends.
It will drive them  crazy.
And  keep them occupied
For several minutes.
 


    

   

      
   


 


More Brain Stuff . . .  From  
Cambridge  University.
   
Olny  srmat poelpe can raed tihs.  
  
  
cdnuolt  blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty  uesdnatnrd waht I was  rdanieg. The  

phaonmneal  pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig  to a rscheearch at  Cmabrigde Uinervtisy,

  

it  deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the  ltteers in a wrod are,  the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat   ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The rset can be a taotl  mses and you can sitll  raed it wouthit a porbelm.  

  
Tihs  is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey  lteter by  istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Amzanig huh? yaeh and I  awlyas  tghuhot slpeling was ipmorantt!  if   you  can raed tihs psas it on  !!  
 



Psas  Ti ON !

 

 

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I knew this one from years ago and I still only managed 3 great post Joe


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