1. Text 999

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    By Cumbria Together on 02 June 2016

    The emergencySMS service has been developed by RNID, BT, Cable and Wireless, the Department of Communities and Local Government, OFCOM, the UK emergency services and all mobile network operators. For further information please click here.

  2. Victim Support Weekly Policy Update 20th - 27th May

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    By Cumbria Together on 31 May 2016

    In this week’s briefing:  Sophie Linden is announced as London’s new Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime  “The criminal justice system is close to breaking point”, according to a report by the Public Accounts Committee  Victims’ Commissioner, Baroness Newlove, says victims are still being “forgotten and ignored” by the criminal justice system  The Labour Party launches a ten day campaign for major changes to the Investigatory Powers Bill

  3. Latest News from Cumbria Advice Network

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    By Cumbria Together on 26 May 2016

    The newsletter includes details of four new CPAG Training Courses, information about a new mental health information line in Cumbria and we focus on two of our members.

  4. Victim Support Weekly Policy Update 13th – 20th May

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    By Cumbria Together on 26 May 2016

    Your Weekly Policy Update: 13 – 20 May In this week’s briefing:  The Queen’s speech sets out a programme of reform for the coming parliamentary session  Carwyn Jones is re-appointed as First Minister for Wales  The Home Secretary Theresa May says “victims of abuse are still being let down”

  5. Victim Support Weekly Policy Report 6th - 13th May

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    By Cumbria Together on 26 May 2016

    Your Weekly Policy Update: In this week’s briefing: 6 – 13 May  Police and Crime Commissioner election results are announced  Results of the National Assembly for Wales elections are announced  There are 13,492 outstanding arrests warrants in England, according to figures obtained by the BBC  The EU Justice Sub-Committee has said there are “serious questions over the feasibility and value of a British Bill of Rights”