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Devon and Cornwall Police are recruiting PDF Print E-mail

Interested in becoming a Police constable?

Devon and Cornwall Police will be running Recruit Assessment Centres for Police Constables in November 2015 and February 2016. You will be able to register your interest between midday on Monday 27th July 2015 and 23:59 on Tuesday 28th July 2015.

A huge variety of roles are carried out by Police Constables and it is an incredibly challenging and rewarding job. Devon and Cornwall Police are seeking dedicated, positive and empathetic people to fill vacancies throughout Devon and Cornwall. As a Police Constable you would work closely with the community and undertake activities to tackle crime and disorder at a local level.

Devon and Cornwall Police is committed to fairness towards all members of the community. They need people with a range of skills and experiences from a mixture of backgrounds to help them deliver excellence in local policing across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. They welcome and encourage applications from all of the diverse groups from within our communities.

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Women on Wednesdays PDF Print E-mail

Halloween Ball - Saturday 31st October 2015

Women on Wednesdays (WoW) are holding a fun filled Halloween Ball on Saturday 31st October 2015. The theme this year is The Phantom of the Opera, so a great excuse to be creative with the dressing up.

For more details about the event, head to their website.
http://www.wowexeter.org

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Untrue allegations by a local sex offender: a response PDF Print E-mail

A registered sex-offender in Cornwall, Mr Malcolm Lidbury (who also posts and e-mails as “The Pink Pasty”, “Gay History Cornwall”, and “Sprocket Trust”) has recently circulated allegations about The Intercom Trust which are entirely untrue, and which we regard as defamatory. These allegations relate to our care of victims and survivors of sexual abuse.


Intercom has provided recent help, support or advocacy to 75 victims or survivors of historic or current sexual abuse, grooming and sexual assault. User-satisfaction with our service from these 75 is 100%. The ages of these service-users ranged from under 12 to over 80. More than half were from Cornwall; a quarter from Devon County; others were from Plymouth, Torbay, Dorset and Somerset. 71% of them were male.


Like Cornwall Council, Devon & Cornwall Police, Cornwall NHS, and others, The Intercom Trust is occasionally the target of Mr Lidbury’s implacable and groundless abuse. We usually ignore it, but have issued this response on this occasion because these allegations are not only untrue but also in our view defamatory, and he claims to have circulated these latest allegations widely.


For those who are not aware of the background, Mr Lidbury was convicted of a serious sexual offence against his adopted fourteen-year-old son in 1988, and imprisoned. In October 2006 evidence of his being a continuing risk to young and vulnerable people was brought before Truro Crown Court, and after a long hearing over more than one day, at which he was represented by his own barrister, he was made the subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order, which is still in force.

The judge stated in his summing-up in October 2006 that in respect of one part of his evidence “we are satisfied that [Mr Lidbury] was wholly untruthful”. Other phrases to the same or similar effect may be found throughout the summing-up.We say the same of these latest developments.


Further relevant information may be found on the web at (for example):

http://www.intercomtrust.org.uk/news/statement_january2009.html
http://malcolm-lidbury.blogspot.co.uk/
https://www.ipcc.gov.uk/investigations/malcolm-lidbury-devon-and-cornwall-constabulary


 
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