NewsBiscuit

The news written by you…

Posts Tagged ‘CCTV’

Technology taking the fun out of country house murders, says Hercule Poirot

ze murder weapon is een ze dining room behind ze police cordon and to ze right of ze forensic tent, wheech unfortunately 'as a cast iron alibi'Hercule Poirot has slammed the increasing use of forensic policing techniques by Britain’s rural police forces investigating killings in English country houses with upper class killing sprees ending before there’s a chance for anything really interesting to happen.

Read more >

Posted: Sep 27th, 2010
More from UK News



CCTV camera awarded Queen’s medal for distinguished service

‘Without its selfless devotion to duty 24-hours a day, several unsavoury criminals would still be roaming the streets allowing their dogs to foul the pavements.’

Read more >

Posted: Jul 6th, 2010
More from News In Brief



Government admits CCTV cameras ‘have not made British public any better looking’

A Home Office review has found that the blanket installation of CCTV cameras has failed to prompt the general population to make a bit of an effort with their appearance when they’re out and about in public.

Read more >

Posted: Jun 8th, 2010
More from News In Brief



Police advised to watch CCTV footage in pairs

After an unfortunate incident, in which a police CCTV operator was left on his own for ten minutes while watching a shopping precinct, the Metropolitan Police has made new recommendations that will require them to watch footage only in pairs.

Read more >

Posted: Jan 28th, 2010
More from News In Brief



Home Office ‘stolen’

‘The Home Office had been left unattended while the government were announcing major reforms. When the Home Secretary returned to his office after the press announcement, he found it had been pinched.’

Read more >

Posted: Mar 30th, 2007
More from UK News