This podcast explores the world of policing in Cambridgeshire, from the ever popular dog unit to investigating the tragedy of a fatal collision, we aim to give you a real insight into our work.
Leaving him was the best thing I've done
Each year, we sadly deal thousands of reports of domestic abuse and work tirelessly to bring offenders to justice.
In this podcast, we speak anonymously to a brave domestic abuse survivor who suffered threats and physical abuse at the hands of her ex-partner and hopes to encourage others to speak out.
We also hear from DC Jess Day who investigated the case and will explain the support available to survivors.
More info: https://bit.ly/2VQeLw0
The nose knows
From sniffing out evidence such as drugs or firearms, to finding missing people or catching criminals, our police dogs really are vital in helping us keep Cambridgeshire safe.
In this podcast we speak to members of the dog unit about their crime-fighting canines and experiences on the unit.
Remember - the nose knows!
Tackling county lines in Cambridgeshire
In this podcast we’ll be delving into the world of drugs and county lines in Cambridge.
We’re joined by Sgt Paul Street who heads up one of our teams who tackle the growing issue.
You’ll find out why drug dealing affects whole communities and the lengths dealers will go to hide their stashes, but also the determination of the team to catch those responsible.
More on county lines: https://bit.ly/3Bd5VbE
The P Word
Sex offenders living in our communities no doubt concerns many people, particularly those with children.
Once convicted, paedophiles are placed on the Sex Offenders Register and are often subject to Sexual Harm Prevention Orders.
In this episode we speak to Det Sgt Kayleigh Smith to discuss how we manage offenders in the community as part of efforts to keep children safe.
For more on child protection visit: https://bit.ly/3xKlkOx
I didn't think I would be believed
Warning: this podcast contains content some may find upsetting, and may be considered only suitable for adults.
We speak to a survivor of serious sexual offences about her experiences of reporting what happened after initially being concerned she wouldn’t be believed.
We also talk to a police officer and the manager of the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC).
Visit our website for information and support: https://bit.ly/2UPkbab
Knives ruin lives
In October 2019 30-year-old Alex Fitzpatrick was fatally stabbed 15 times on a St Neots street.
Last year, 33-year-old Robert Parkins was found guilty, by a unanimous jury of Alex’s murder and jailed for 19 years.
Here we speak to Sgt Amanda Rossiter, who was one of the first on the scene, about the fateful day and the dangers of carrying knives.
For more about knife crime or to report concerns visit: https://bit.ly/3ijcYqU