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Cambridgeshire Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement within the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire in the United Kingdom. In addition to the non-metropolitan county, the Police area includes the city of Peterborough, which became a unitary authority area in 1998. The Chief Constable is Simon Parr, who replaced Julie Spence on the 5 September 2010. The Deputy Chief Constable (Support) and Assistant Chief Constable (Operations) are John Feavyour and Mark Hopkins.
The force is divided into three divisions, each based on the surrounding local district councils.
Cumbria Constabulary is the territorial police force in England covering Cumbria. It is currently the fifth-largest force in England and Wales terms of geographic area (2,268 square miles or 5,870 km2) but one of the smallest in terms of officer numbers. Given the force area's size and population of just under 500,000, it is relatively sparsely populated. The only major urban areas are Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness. These conditions set specific challenges for the force.
There are significant areas of isolated and rural community, and the county has one of the lowest visible minority ethnic populations in the country at under 1.0% (not including Barrow-in-Furness - 3.1% Non-White, and Carlisle 2.1% Non-White). Each year Cumbria, which incorporates the Lake District National Park, attracts over 23 million visitors from all over the world. The county has 67 miles (108 km) of motorway and some 700 miles (1,100 km) of trunk and primary roads.
The force has over 1,200 police officers, 120 special constables and 800 police staff. The Chief Constable is Craig Mackey. The headquarters of the force are at Carleton Hall, Penrith.
Europol (portmanteau of European Police Office) is the European Union's criminal intelligence agency. It became fully operational on 1 July 1999.
The establishment of Europol was agreed to in the 1992 Maastricht Treaty, officially known as the Treaty on European Union (TEU) that came into effect in November 1993. The agency started limited operations on 3 January 1994, as the Europol Drugs Unit (EDU). In 1998 the Europol Convention was ratified by all the member states and came into force in October. Europol commenced its full activities on 1 July 1999.
Europol allocates its resources (625 staff, of these, approximately 120 Europol liaison officers (ELOs)) from its headquarters in The Hague. The size of Europol belies the fact that they are in constant liaison with hundreds of different law enforcement organisations, each with their own individual or group seconded to assist Europol's activities.
As of 2007, Europol covers all 27 member states of the European Union. In order to fight international organised crime effectively, Europol cooperates with a number of third countries and organisations as follows (in alphabetical order): Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, CEPOL (European Police College), Colombia, Croatia, Eurojust, European Central Bank, European Commission, European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Republic of Macedonia, Frontex, Iceland, Interpol, Moldova, Norway, OLAF (European Anti-Fraud Office), Russian Federation, Switzerland, SitCen (EU Joint Situation Centre), Turkey, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, USA, World Customs Organisation. The Europol External Strategy defines the framework within which Europol is to develop its activities with regard to third partners.
Grampian Police employs nearly 2000 staff in its Aberdeen Headquarters and thirty Police Offices to provide a modern, professional policing service to the communities of North-east Scotland.
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Hampshire Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for policing Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in southern England.
The force area includes the cities of Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth. The current Hampshire Constabulary dates from 1967 but modern policing in Hampshire can be traced back to 1832.
Humberside Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing an area covering the East Riding of Yorkshire, the city of Kingston upon Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. The Chief Constable is Tim Hollis CBE QPM.
It was created in 1974 following a merger of previous forces under the Local Government Act 1972, along with the non-metropolitan county of Humberside. It was a successor to the Hull City Police, and part of the areas of the York and North East Yorkshire Police, the old Lincolnshire Constabulary and the West Yorkshire Constabulary.
Since the abolition of Humberside in 1996, the local authority members of the Police Authority are now appointed by a joint committee of the councils of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Kingston upon Hull, North Lincolnshire, and North East Lincolnshire.
The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is a functional body of the Greater London Authority (GLA) and was established under the Greater London Authority Act 1999. Its principal purpose is to run the London Fire Brigade.
The 17 members of LFEPA are appointed annually by the Mayor of London. Eight are nominated from the London Assembly, seven from the London Boroughs and two are Mayoral appointees.
It was formerly known as the London Fire and Civil Defence Authority (LFCDA) and had been under the direction of the Greater London Council (GLC). In 1986 when the GLC was disbanded, the LFCDA became a joint-board, made up of councillors appointed from the London boroughs. The LFCDA was reconstituted under its current name on July 3, 2000, coming under the control of the newly created Greater London Authority.
The South Wales Fire and Rescue Service (Welsh: Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub De Cymru) is the fire and rescue service covering the ten Welsh principal areas of Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Newport, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Torfaen and Vale of Glamorgan.
The SWFRS was created in 1996 by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 which reformed Welsh local government. It was created by a merger of the previous fire brigades of Mid Glamorgan, South Glamorgan and Gwent . It covers an area of around 1,000 square miles (3,000 km2) with a population of around 1.5 million .
Strathclyde Police is the territorial police force responsible for the Scottish council areas of Argyll and Bute, City of Glasgow, East Ayrshire, East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, North Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, South Ayrshire, South Lanarkshire and West Dunbartonshire. The Police Authority contains members from each of these authorities. Until 1996 the police area was also the local government region of Strathclyde.
It is the largest of the eight Scottish police forces. It is the second largest in terms of area in Scotland, after the area covered by the Scottish Northern Constabulary.
Tayside Police is the territorial police force covering the Scottish council areas of Angus, City of Dundee and Perth and Kinross (the former Tayside region). The total area covered by the force is 2,896 square miles (7,500 km2) with a population of 388,000.
The force operates from 27 police stations and has an establishment of 1078 police officers, 151 special constables and 594 support staff, as of February 2008.
It was formed on 16 May 1975, with the region of Tayside, as an amalgamation of the Perth and Kinross Constabulary, Angus Constabulary and City of Dundee Police.
The Force is operationally subdivided into three Divisions, equating to the respective council areas - Western Division serves Perth and Kinross, Eastern Division serves Angus and Central Division serves the City of Dundee.