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David J. Farley

Plympton, Plymouth, Devon, U.K.

 

Welcome to my personal website. Enjoy your visit!

 

I am a retired Police Inspector and would like to make contact with other police officers, both serving and retired, whether within the United Kingdom or overseas, for e-mail friendship and exchange of police related subjects including membership of the Christian Police Association (www.cpauk.net)  the International Police Association (www.ipa-uk.org) and the National Association of Retired Police Officers (www.narpo.org). Indeed, I would welcome contact from any visitor to this site who shares similar interests to myself as detailed on the various pages of this website. Thankyou.

                

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I grew up in Plympton, Devon. My parents, Ethel & Leslie Farley, are both deceased.My father served throughtout the Second World War in the Royal Engineers and post war as a plate layer with the Great Western Railway. I was the youngest of three children. I have a sister whose name is Margaret. She is happily married to Norman Way and they have a beautiful daughter called Debbie. Sadly, my elder brother Roy died in 1951 at the tender age of 21 from a common illness prevalent at that time.  

Upon completion of my secondary and tertiary education at local schools and colleges in the early sixties, I achieved a three year Police Cadetship. Upon graduation from the Police Training Centre into the regular police service, I  was immensely proud to serve for another 33 years in various towns and cities within Devon & Cornwall. Please visit my Career page for more information concerning my service career.

I consider myself to be a devout and practising Christian. I am an altar server and sacristan at my local Anglican church, and also a member of the Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary.  My interests include Freemasonry, genealogy, travel, theatre and music, sport and blogging.

My previous and longstanding personal website on AOL was closed down on 31st.October 2008 when the company decided to withdraw from all members'  its free webspace facility on AOL Hometown. I was therefore obliged to construct a new site and this is the result. At least you will not be bombarded with adverts on these pages!  I would welcome any constructive comments or criticism from my visitors as to how I can improve its content or presentation.  

You can contact me by signing my Guest Book at the bottom of any page on this site.

My blog can be visited by clicking on the following live link: 

 http://old-plod-of-Plympton.blogspot.com

Please be sure to sign my Guestbook located at the bottom of this page. Thankyou.

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Police News Feed updated daily with 10 News Items via RSS.

1 - Essex officers walk over 70km raising £9,000 in honour of colleague
2 - Animal welfare campaigners celebrate Finn's Law part 2
3 - Crime down while assaults on emergency workers up
4 - The link between cocaine use and football hooliganism
5 - Voting begins but no Line of Duty bounce for PCCs
6 - New body launched to enhance status of cyber investigators
7 - 'Terrified' officer feared for himself and his partner, trial hears
8 - Met pledges to learn after IOPC rules on racial profiling
9 - Gap in legislation on legality of imported blank firing pistols
10 - Kill the Bill protest: Insults, music but no disorder
1 - Essex officers walk over 70km raising £9,000 in honour of colleague

Six serving Essex officers have completed a 71.449 kilometre walking challenge and raised more than £9,000 in memory of their friend and colleague, PC Ewan Smith.

5/6/2021 5:14:00 PM

2 - Animal welfare campaigners celebrate Finn's Law part 2

Offenders who injure police dogs could face five-year jail terms now Finn's Law is fully on the statute book.

5/6/2021 2:06:00 PM

3 - Crime down while assaults on emergency workers up

Crime falls 12 per cent in the four weeks to 14 March 2021, compared to the same period in 2020, while assaults on emergency workers are up 19 per cent.

5/6/2021 1:14:00 PM

4 - The link between cocaine use and football hooliganism

Work with offenders looks at intriguing new research on a possible link between cocaine use and heightened aggression at football grounds.

5/6/2021 10:51:00 AM

5 - Voting begins but no Line of Duty bounce for PCCs

As voting begins in the delayed elections for Police and Crime Commissioners, research has found most of the public have no idea who they are voting for.

5/6/2021 10:13:00 AM

6 - New body launched to enhance status of cyber investigators

New self-funding institute is outsourced under a contract with the College of Policing.

5/6/2021 9:00:00 AM

7 - 'Terrified' officer feared for himself and his partner, trial hears

The officer accused of murdering Dalian Atkinson said he feared for himself and his partner, telling her to run after a second Taser discharge on the former footballer was ineffective.

5/5/2021 4:53:00 PM

8 - Met pledges to learn after IOPC rules on racial profiling

A Met officer has been ordered to undertake reflective practice after the IOPC found he had racially profiled a driver.

5/5/2021 2:54:00 PM

9 - Gap in legislation on legality of imported blank firing pistols

The Met say they are working with government to close the legislative loophole as more legally bought blank pistols are being easily converted into live-fire guns.

5/5/2021 2:01:00 PM

10 - Kill the Bill protest: Insults, music but no disorder

If those campaigning against the new Police and Crime Bill were hoping for a national movement akin to that of the Poll Tax era they must be sorely disappointed writes Chris Hobbs.

5/4/2021 12:08:00 PM

 


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