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sPeCial Constables (volunteer Police Officers). We are always recruiting

[b]sPeCial Constables[/b]. Specials come from all walks of life and volunteer to undertake the duties of a Police Constable. You will be given the same powers as a Regular Police Officer and given comprehensive training prior to undertaking the role. In return all we ask is that you undertake at least 4 hours of duties each week.
There are several benefits of becoming a sPeCial.

You will develop and enhance existing skills such as communication, teamworking, and problem solving - all of these are highly valued by employers. You will also be giving something back to the community by making a positive difference to people's lives. In addition it will also provide you with a fantastic insight into policing, and many people who decide to become Specials, go on to become regular Police Officers. To find out more
about becoming a sPeCial Constable please visit our []website[/url] & follow the links to Special Constables or call the Recruiting Team on 0116-222 2222 Ext.2657.

A Cordial Invitation

You are invited to attend one of the following four seminars at:

Time: † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † †Day:
†† † † †19:30-21:30hrs † † † † † † † † † † † †Monday † † † † † † † † † † † †25th Oct
†† † † †19:30-21:30hrs † † † † † † † † † † † †Monday † † † † † † † † † † † †29th Nov
†† † † †19:30-21:30hrs † † † † † † † † † † † †Monday † † † † † † † † † † † †10th Jan
2005 †
†† † † †19:30-21:30hrs † † † † † † † † † † † †Monday † † † † † † † † † † † †7th † Feb
At: † † † †Leicestershire Constabulary, Police HQ, St Johns, Enderby, Leicester

The seminar will include information specific to prospective Special Constables & Community Volunteers.

Presentations include † † † † † † † † † † † † † † † †
* † † † †Training
* † † † †Duties & Responsibilities
* † † † †Promotion
* † † † †Associated benefits

Benefits of attending a seminar † † † †
* † † † †You will meet with Regulars & Specials
* † † † †You will gain an understanding of the roles
* † † † †What is expected from you, and
* † † † †What you should expect from us.
* † † † †The role of the Volunteer & Special

To register for a place - call the Recruiting Team on 0116-222 2222

First Innings for New PR Company

A brand new public relations and marketing company is celebrating its launch by sponsoring another new team also aiming to make a big impression.

LE16 Communications, based in Cottingham near Market Harborough, is sponsoring the local Under-15s team at East Carlton Cricket Club for their first ever season.

LE16 director Jane Smith said: ìWeíre a new company in the area so we think itís fitting that our first sponsorship should go to another local new team. Like them, weíre looking forward to great things in the future by getting results that really count."

LE16 specialises in making headlines for businesses of all sizes across national, regional and specialist media. They can also help to raise the profile of companies through a range of other services including internal communications, newsletters, marketing materials, photography, video and audio production.

LE16 directors Jane Smith and Pete Bowman together have more than 35 years PR and marketing experience. Jane was formerly Head of PR for Thomas Cook and has also held senior roles with Pearl Assurance, regional building societies and local government. Pete has more than 20 years experience in graphic design, marketing and copywriting gained in public sector organisations.

Pete said: ìWeíre a regional agency with national experience - especially in the financial, retail, business-to-business, travel and public sectors - so weíve got the knowledge and expertise to help companies really get their message across.î

To find out more about LE16 Communications, call Jane Smith or Pete Bowman on 01536 770821, e-mail them at or visit their website at

[]LE16 Communications[/url]

Professional Chauffeur Service Launched in Leicestershire

A new chauffeur service has been launched for Leicestershire business executives combining competitively priced luxury car travel with a full mobile office.

Leicester-based company Executives on the Move (EOTM) offers an on-demand 24-hour chauffeur service travelling to and from the Leicestershire region to any UK destination.

All EOTM cars are equipped with mobile phones and wireless laptop computers giving customers unlimited access to e-mail, the internet and all Microsoft ? applications whilst on the road. Customers can also enjoy complimentary wine and soft drinks, free daily papers and a selection of comedy programmes and feature films on DVD video.

Kiran Mistry, managing director of EOTM, says: ìFor time-strapped executives EOTM offers the ideal solution. There is no rush to the station, no waiting around for trains or taxis and no lugging heavy suitcases on and off the tube. Customers can just sit back and relax or, if needs be, stay connected to their office throughout their journey, by phone and e-mail.î

And EOTM is already building up a regular client base in the Leicestershire region. Damian Davies, Research and Development Director at Loughborough-based Intelligent Energy, said: ìExecutives on the Move offers an efficient, courteous service that really takes the stress out of travel. When I landed at Heathrow recently the EOTM chauffeur was there waiting for me and I was back home in less than two hours. That certainly beats having to trek half way across London to get a train and I will definitely be using the service again.î

As well as business services, EOTM provides cars for private hire including airport runs, theatre trips and weekends breaks.

Kiran added: ìIf youíre off on holiday or planning an evening out, Executives on the Move provides luxury door-to-door travel taking you to and from your destination in style and comfort. Itís the perfect finishing touch.î

To find out more about Executives on the Move, contact Kiran Mistry on 07793 842479 or visit
[]Executives on the Move[/url][email][/email]

Are You A budding Terry Wogan?

Radio Gwendolen is the hospital radio service broadcasting to the patients and staff of the Leicester General hospital in Evington. We broadcast a mixture of music, news and information for patients and staff, 24 hours a day on 1287AM (yes good old medium wave!), and to the bedside radio network.

We are currently looking for new members to join our team.
To be eligable you must be aged between 20 and 80 and have at least one evening a week to spare.

There's always lots to do, visiting the wards to collect patients requests, fundraising and of course broadcasting too.

If you want to know more about joining radio gwendolen, or if your a local group or society that might benefit from some free publicity on our station, please contact Julian at ''.

If your business failed, would you want it dead or alive?

Keeping a business alive and kicking is every business ownerÌs main priority but if your company ever needs intensive care will you know where to find the right specialist to help?

There are many reasons why companies get into trouble; cash-flow problems, loss of a major supplier or simple lack of focus can all threaten the life-blood of a business. When a company is in trouble and insolvency threatens most organisations seek some form of business advice, either from an accountant, solicitor or the local Business Link, before they speak to their bank. However, it is at this crucial time that speed is very much of the essence and the slightest delay can prove to be terminal.

Help is at hand, however, in the form of a small band of professionals whose sole reason for being is to save company lives. These Turnaround professionals are skilled in business recovery and they can literally breathe life back into a company by moving quickly to take charge of the situation and create and implement effective recovery strategies.

Ivor Goodwin, executive director of Corporate Doctors said ÏThe incidence of insolvency is increasing, but in the majority of cases, if business problems are dealt with quickly, it doesnÌt have to be the only way. Speedy business turnaround is the answer to get ailing companies back on track. Help usually starts with looking at the urgent creditor position, often the Crown, followed by the creation of a plan for survival and eventual recovery. We then seek financial support to enable a client to manage a cash crisisÓ.

The Turnaround Manager is a very rare breed, indeed! He or she is a highly experienced, commercial professional, probably with boardroom battle scars and many grey hairs into the bargain. It is their resilience, perception and courage that will literally drive the wolf away from your office door. In summary, if you want your business to survive, they are the people to call.

Your solicitor, accountant or bank should be able to put you in touch with a Business Turnaround Specialist if they donÌt handle this type of work themselves, but if you would like to speak to someone right now, in complete confidence, then please contact Corporate Doctors on 01509 621877 or visit our website for more information:

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