04/05/10 Glasgow cop introduces Crimestoppers 110 helpline in Afghanistan (2/2)

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MOD Police Constable Billy Hayes, 42, from Glasgow,  a police mentor for the Afghan National Police in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, has introduced a Crimestoppers 110 helpline that local people can call confidentially to seek help if they ever experience problems or insurgent intimidation in their communities. .Billy's day job is as a police mentor for the ANP. He is helping to train the officers in all aspects of policing in order that they will eventually be able to take over the security of Helmand alongside the Afghan National Army..He has also organised inaugural Afghan National Police versus all-comers football competition held at the Police Headquarters in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province..Billy said: "I thought it would be a wonderful idea for everyone to enjoy some football in a safe place and they all certainly seemed to have a great day. The overall purpose behind the event was to let the young men know that they could call Crimestoppers 110 line any time they need to but, as a bonus, I think a better level of trust has been developed between the local young men and the Police Service in Lashkar Gah. "..4 May  2010: Universal News and Sport (Europe).All pictures must be credited to  www.universalnewsandsport.com. (0ffice) 0844 884 51 22.
MOD Police Constable Billy Hayes, 42, from Glasgow, a police mentor for the Afghan National Police in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, has introduced a Crimestoppers 110 helpline that local people can call confidentially to seek help if they ever experience problems or insurgent intimidation in their communities. .Billy's day job is as a police mentor for the ANP. He is helping to train the officers in all aspects of policing in order that they will eventually be able to take over the security...
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Date: 4 May 2010
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