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23 May 2008 - Physical Intervention Skills Awards 2008 bestowed by Institute of Conflict Management
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  • Knowle Garage robbers threaten woman with meat cleaver

  • Poor verbal skills hamper play

  • School praised over fast speed of improvements

  • Thief thrown off church scheme for being abusive

  • Train passenger's sickening homophobic tirade on gay Manchester couple causes YouTube outrage

  • Drinker James Lawrence attacks Sandwich pub landlord over £11 bar tab

  • Anger at lack of support for attack victim

  • Spy cameras may film aggro drivers

  • Teachers increasingly bear the burden of supporting vulnerable children

  • Jail for man who stalked and attacked traffic warden

  • Shocking catalogue of attacks against ambulance staff in Hertfordshire revealed

  • Judge questions why Newcastle bar attacker was let off

  • Reporter, spends a night in St Helier Hospital's accident and emergency ward

  • ‘TAKE VIOLENT PUPILS OUT OF SCHOOL SYSTEM’

  • New security regulatory regime to be in place by October 2013

  • 'Calm and collected' school nurse accused of slamming 'one of the nastiest pupils' into a door after losing her temper

  • Man jailed for spitting at bus driver

  • Anti-violence campaign rolled out across Lancashire pubs

  • Poor care providers must face 'corporate law', says MP

  • Patient's angry tirade caused £6,000 damage to Swansea hospital

  • The cruel are finally punished: Six care workers jailed on shocking charges of patient abuse at Winterbourne View

  • Nuneaton councillor banned from Labour Party says he was branded diisruptive and aggressive

  • The warnings over patient care after Winterbourne

  • Plymouth licensees could share cost of policing drinkers

  • Winterbourne View care home staff face cruelty sentences

  • Ryanair To Address Incident Of Customer 'Bullying'

  • People with learning disabilities should be able to stay in their communities

  • NICE publishes guidance for child social wellbeing

  • Headteacher showed violent video clip to children as young as seven in assembly

  • Search underway in Lambeth for missing patient

  • Antipsychotics still overprescribed in dementia

  • Zero-tolerance to violence at work – goes global

  • Hunt for abusive rail user

  • 43 personal attacks on HSE ambulance staff

  • 'Dangerous' shoplifter hit guard with bottle of vodka in Grimsby supermarket

  • School was right to dismiss teacher for grabbing drink-thrower, tribunal rules

  • Headteacher defends her decision to ban parents from watching school matches

  • The innocent teachers need our protection

  • NHS managers are told they must expect to be fired if they 'lose control' of patient care

  • Violence against patients report released

  • Police called out to schools 711 times

  • Two violent males banned from Leamington town pubs and clubs

  • Woman tore off driver's tie in bus assault

  • BANNED FROM TEACHING FOR CARRYING BOY INTO SCHOOL

  • Spotlight on call centre stress

  • Mother is horrified after police handcuff her 11-year-old autistic son for biting classmates on the school bus

  • Mums in terror as loan sharks target them at school gates

  • Four arrested for allegedly stealing lead from a railway line in Driffield - one man became extremely violent and spat blood at two police officers

  • Tackling bullying in schools: CCTV isn't the answer

  • Parents' outrage after school 'locked special ed son, 7, in padded "scream room" for acting out and ignored severe allergies to sugary foods'

  • Northumberland parking wardens may be given body cameras

  • Care homes in Birmingham use a little bit of animal magic to help residents with learning disabilities

  • Hundreds of schools 'have CCTV cameras in toilets or changing rooms'

  • Woman spat in officer's face after breaking TV

  • Classroom justice: Aggressive teacher gets kicked in the privates by little girl who just won't take it anymore

  • Officers Face Restraint Death Charges

  • Simple tool may help inexperienced psychiatrists better predict violence risk in patients

  • Assaults at Chelmsford Prison double in decade

  • Puddle of Mudd's Wes Scantlin 'arrested after emergency plane landing'

  • Having aggressive personality 'doubles risk of stroke'

  • Efits released after violent robbery at Poppy's cafe in Halfway

  • Pupils suspended for assaulting staff

  • Video shows teacher join class 'bullying' of 13-year-old by manhandling him to the floor

  • Britain's braves teacher: Despite vicious assaults by a pupil AND a parent, headmaster refuses to give up on the children he's devoted to

  • China’s chaotic health care drives patient attacks

  • Rail staff abused by banned passenger

  • More than 700 pupils are suspended in a year

  • Stockton care home is praised during routine inspection

  • Man jailed for threats to hospital workers

  • Citizens' anti-vice patrol leader helps police officer to handcuff violent drunk

  • Bring patients home, demands care charity

  • How teachers are living in fear of violence from pupils as young as five

  • Deputy head teacher's good name was trashed because he dared to tackle a violent schoolboy of seven

  • Cumbria special needs teacher given permanent classroom ban

  • End abuse of our 999 crews

  • Birmingham County FA name and shame players who assaulted referees

  • Economies of scale contribute to abuse

  • Street Angels help Whitby's night revellers

  • Teaching assistant cleared of assaulting pupil

  • Fine for care home over stabbing

  • Winchfield hospital gets warning over 'poor safety'

  • Medical centre worker quits saying patients are 'at risk'

  • Nurse ordered assistant to cover elderly dementia patient's head with towel

  • 3,500 assaults on police in Wales in past five years

  • Teen jailed for stabbing Good Samaritan on bus

  • Bosses of Norwich nightclub delighted as major revamp proves a success

  • All in a night's work at busy A&E

  • Councillor’s crime fears over cutbacks to police

  • Girl humiliated by 'bullying' bus inspectors - for the sake of 30p

  • Sussex pupils 'play up to get suspension holiday'

  • Police launch appeal after staff threatened at train station

  • Five assaults a day on health workers across Lothians

  • Call for training to tackle anti-social behaviour

  • Physical intervention door deadline

  • Call for action on care home abuse

  • Taser shock man attacked police

  • Police plans to tackle Newcastle violence could be hit by falling officer numbers

  • Solicitor at top London firm who put trainee in a headlock is facing jail

  • Violence on-board Dutch aircraft a growing problem

  • 13-year-old boy banned from Bridlington School for carrying a knife and threatening classmates

  • School for challenging and naughty pupils gets go-ahead in Lincoln

  • Violence and voices

  • Man fined for racial abuse of Wells supermarket managers

  • Will serious case review spell end to Winterbourne-style abuse?

  • Disabled still facing 'unforgivable’ abuse in care homes, charities warn

  • REPORT BLASTS SCANDAL-HIT CARE HOME

  • Drunk jailed for headbutting pub landlord

  • Female taxi driver is latest victim of string of assaults in Grimsby and Cleethorpes area

  • Security Advice For Petrol Stations After Armed Robbery In Gosport

  • Woman jailed for screaming abuse in A&E

  • FIGURES: Assaults, abuse and drugs - why Teesside pupils are being excluded from school

  • 'Tackle root causes' of pupils' poor behaviour

  • Have-a-go hero MP fails to stop bus shelter vandal

  • Sacked paramedic escapes ban from profession

  • 'Aggressive pupils disrupting lessons'

  • Violent convicts and drug dealers applying for Welsh teaching jobs

  • "Battle-axe" nurse Caroline Gervaise Brazier terrified Rookwood patient, tribunal told

  • Still to be sentenced two years on... violent thug who knifed nurse in the head

  • Man sectioned after police officer assaulted at Welwyn Garden City supermarket

  • NUT: Teachers need more support dealing with challenging pupils

  • Police appeal after member of rail staff is head-butted in Thornton Heath

  • Pc Simon Harwood claims Ian Tomlinson was 'almost inviting physical confrontation'

  • A licence to abuse patients: They've attacked and stolen from the vulnerable in their care. But why are so few rogue nurses struck off?

  • Vow to improve care home standards

  • Assaults on police officers in Suffolk up by a third

  • Dad 'truly sorry' for punching nurse at Grimsby hospital

  • Bullying of teachers more damaging in online era

  • CCTV captures bus passenger's violent wing mirror attack

  • Pupil, 10, broke teacher's leg and concussed another after they confiscated a coin from him

  • Shocking Video: Students Bully Woman On Bus

  • Approved mental health professionals secure ambulance response deal to cut delays

  • Defendant was verbally abusive to hospital staff

  • School failed to tell dad of knife threat to son

  • Giovanni Martinez: Man 'bites nurse and attacks hospital staff' after DUI arrest

  • Police reduce violent parking attendant’s penalty

  • Elementary school teacher forced 20 kindergarten students to line up and hit classmate accused of being a bully

  • "Bully boy" clampers rapped for aggressive behaviour

  • 8 Gatwick immigration staff injured in training

  • Threats man gets 10-month sentence

  • Heavy-handed Westfield security blasted by first-aid helper

  • Violence on the rise in schools in Devon and Cornwall

  • Sister of mentally ill man who died in police custody speaks of shock of being told he 'just collapsed and died'

  • Sheepridge womann Sarah Brewins in court after spitting in police officer’s mouth

  • Horror as two teenage girls 'stab female pizza delivery worker 50 times in deadly knife rampage'

  • A shameful retreat by the British

  • Following assault on prison officer, need for stab vests identified

  • Hunt for violent robber after Shepherd's Bush bank attack

  • Violent students make teachers targets of abuse

  • Walmart shoplifter who stole clothes and body wash' dies while being restrained by security

  • Children from violent homes 'more likely' to hurt others

  • Mum-of-five loses job as carer after 'disgraceful' glass attack in Lincoln pub

  • County schools urged to be vigilant about children suffering domestic violence

  • Man refused to be treated by 999 crew

  • Teachers furious at Ofsted chief after stress slur - 17 May 2012

  • Crime falls on Britain’s railways

  • Ambulance 'no-go' levels criticised

  • Local bus companies on board to Stamp It Out!

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council imposes 18-month bans on two Tayside nurses

  • Sunday footballer from Moston spared jail after he kicks referee in face

  • Social : NHS employees experience a lot of stress

  • Disabled teenager given 'electric-shock treatment as school punishment'

  • Man spat on office floor

  • Belfast hospital patient gets suspended jail term after assault on nurse

  • Call for greater share of late night levy

  • Distraught family sue after their daughter is shot dead by off-duty-cop who is never charged

  • NHS staff training aids conflict de-escalation

  • UK teachers call for "stringent legislation" on violent video games

  • Link Between Violent Computer Games And Aggressiveness Questioned By Researchers

  • "Teachers" Blame Video Games for UK Playground Playing

  • Autistic teen locked in padded room by special school

  • BSIA: Government support leads to 39% decrease in cash-in-transit attacks

  • Third of school and college staff face pupil violence

  • 'Booze price rise for nation's health'

  • Poor parenting aiding bad behaviour

  • St Helens bar has licence suspended after rugby player allegedly assaulted

  • Deportation contractor Reliance faces litany of abuse claims against staff

  • Mother repeatedly punched 'girl bully', 15, after alleged KFC jibe at daughter

  • Staff deporting foreigners out of UK 'loutish and aggressive'

  • Anger as man avoids jail for headbutting A&E nurse

  • Three men released on bail after Gillingham car wash shooting

  • Car wash shooting suspect charged with attempted murder

  • A third of education staff have dealt with physical violence from pupils in this school year, with parents failing to back schools - ATL

  • Bad behaviour in schools 'fuelled by over-indulgent parents'

  • Six charged after probe into violence on Carlisle train

  • Autistic teen locked in padded room by special school

  • Disruptive pupils: Parents need to do more to back schools– ATL ...

  • Cabbies backing our safety campaign

  • Schools told to use complaints as a means to introduce improvements

  • Head teacher accused of assaulting children wins three-and-a-year fight to clear his name

  • Hunt for passenger who attacked bus driver

  • TAM passenger attacks pilot, forces emergency landing

  • School's out: 560 assaults see pupils excluded from Tameside ...

  • Former lifeguard was tasered after threat

  • Police warn of ‘violent’ drugs craze

  • Passenger threatened others on Cumbrian bus

  • Shocking care standards at Southern Cross's Scottish old folks home exposed

  • Council close Croydon pub found to have blood splattered walls

  • Teacher has leg shattered and kneecap broken in classroom attack by 10-year-old boy

  • More hospital staff come under attack

  • Teens admit ‘copycat violence’ inspired by last summer’s riots

  • Doorman 'feared pub attack'

  • Man carrying knife 'posed little danger'

  • New policy to protect staff from violence at Lincolnshire hospitals

  • Drunken incident: Stagecoach assure passengers over procedure

  • Care provider fined for leaving staff at risk of violence

  • EIS warns over school psychologists training cuts

  • Teacher attacked by primary school pupil wins damages

  • Cumbrian school teacher suspended after kicking pupil

  • Merseyside Police report 10% fall in violent crime

  • Protection from aggression and violence is important

  • Teacher stabbed to death in front pupils in South Africa

  • Patient threatened to trash hospital ward

  • Shepherd's Bush man jailed for robbing cash-in-transit van

  • Darent Valley Hospital faces aggressive and violent behaviour from patients

  • Crackdown on violence against hospital staff

  • Police appeal after woman attacked on train in Streatham

  • Customer experience tips from Retail Eyes

  • Call to redesign A&Es to cut violence risk

  • 'I'll kick your a**': Special needs student secretly video tapes TEACHER bullying him in class

  • Pupils 'abusing teachers and posting videos of their reaction online when they snap'

  • Fifth of teachers a target of 'cyberbaiting' by pupils

  • Anti-bullying campaign urges parents and schools to tackle verbal abuse

  • Social workers want guidelines to help with hostile parents

  • Designers try to stop patients abusing casualty staff

  • 'Tighten security' plea by family of East Lancashire man who died after leaving ward

  • Five men are jailed after drunken fracas halts train

  • Concerns as two care homes shut

  • Father ends up in court after grabbing school bully 'by scruff of the neck'

  • New programme places high-flying teachers in challenging schools

  • BRAVE SHOPKEEPER FIGHTS OFF AXE-WIELDING ROBBER

  • Attacks on NHS staff at record levels as 60,000 face assaults

  • 12-match ban for grabbing ref

  • Insight into ill-treatment in the workplace:

  • Cardiff research finds half of workers are ill-treated

  • NHS Foundation Trust procures new body cameras for its security

  • Joint agreement seeks to curb NHS assaults on staff

  • Hospital visitor kicked at staff

  • Twelve arrested after Bognor Regis Butlins brawl

  • Rubber bullets could be used against students, police say

  • Cabbies: ‘We need support to stop violence against us’

  • Birkenhead man accused of throwing brick at police during August riots

  • Schools receive warning letters over exclusions

  • Leading article: Questionable use of Tasers

  • Teenager jailed for violent threats against sheriff

  • New aggression tool predicted violent patients in medical and surgical wards

  • Debt collectors banned from Facebook and Twitter harrassment

  • Ofsted invites parents to rate schools online

  • Dale Farm: Bailiffs braced to reclaim illegal traveller site as just a handful of protesters remain on site

  • Ombudsman slams patient removals

  • Tommy Thompson killer Shaun Skelhorn was in hospital with ‘violent thoughts’ month before crime

  • Video: Manchester City fans slam stewards over row with ‘heart problem’ man

  • Police could be based at Maelor’s A&E department

  • Hospital cameras could stop violence against staff

  • Patients unfairly struck off GPs' lists over minor disagreements

  • SIA Outlines ‘Commitment to Regulation’ at Conference

  • Three more arrested over murder of Galway teacher and publican

  • Urgent Questions Over Hospital Security

  • Mike Barile promises to put up strong defence at General Teaching Council for Scotland disciplinary hearing

  • Man jailed for Morley taxi driver assault

  • Extended schools initiative to offer challenging pupils 'tough love'

  • Escaped patient may be in Bristol

  • Judge slams 'unacceptable delays' in nurse's case

  • Advocates disappointed as cabbie walks

  • The cost of confrontation

  • GP Taylor: Accused teachers deserve more protection from the law

  • Robber jailed for seven years after violent raid

  • Hundreds of attacks on Sunderland hospital workers

  • What sort of example is this to set our children? Teachers call pupils 'scumbags' and the head flicks V-signs at his deputy in school praised as 'outstanding'

  • Three high school students to be charged with hate crimes after suicide of gay teen who was incessantly bullied

  • Train fight arrests

  • Navy sailor gets life sentence for deadly gun rampage

  • From the front-line to the chalkface

  • I challenge the minister to ensure that those inspiring children to reach their full potential are given support

  • Bouncers in Annan and Dumfries caught without licenses

  • Linda Ross case: extent of problems at school revealed in councillor's notes from 2006/2007

  • Barmaid tackled attacker outside Redcar pub

  • Terror at kebab shop after drinking binge

  • SIA 'Commitment to Regulation' Conference: programme announced

  • BRI police station helps cut violent incidents at A&E

  • Terror on late night train to Carlisle

  • Libya: Britain holds talks with rebels over Yvonne Fletcher investigation

  • Libya conflict: Fletcher murder suspect 'found dead'

  • Coroner records open verdict over death of Christopher Shackleton who was punched by police officer and later died

  • Police officer seriously injured in attack in Bedford

  • Column: ‘Young girls dared each other to go and loot something’

  • Attacks on ambulance staff are up

  • Use 'reasonable force' on classroom yobs, teachers told

  • Rise of the violent 'Little Emperors': Children lashing out at parents to get own way

  • Teachers will be allowed to use force on unruly pupils as ministers lift 'no touching' ban after classroom violence DOUBLES in a year

  • Stress drives teachers out of schools

  • Eight officers hurt in violent clashes in Bristol

  • Lennon: I won’t let hate campaign force me out of Celtic job

  • Dogs attack posties every week in Bristol, new figures show

  • 15 pupils under six attack teachers every day: Growing toll of disruptive primary children

  • Tameside Hospital patient who had knife is jailed

  • The casualties of workplace conflict aren't just the staff

  • Rangers fans dressed as superheroes admit assaulting rival fans on train

  • Merseyside-born photographer Tim Hetherington killed in Libya

  • Rising rugby star jailed for attack in town club

  • No surprise that workplace conflict is on the increase

  • The Unteachables: The violent pupils who have sexually assaulted teachers - yet are being let back into the classroom

  • UPROAR OVER £20M PAYOUTS TO TEACHERS FOR INJURIES IN CLASS

  • Dangerous patients are given special GP service

  • Handyman could be jailed after yelling at off-duty policeman turning in his drive

  • Girls' behaviour in class is 'deteriorating'

  • Coalfields Trust Helps Charity Train its Staff

  • Knife attacks and sex assaults rise as violent crimes surge at Westcountry GP surgeries

  • GPs and practice staff hit by rise in violent crime

  • PACE calls for education against violence at school

  • Former health boss “sickened” by hospital documentary

  • Longford man jailed after throwing hot chocolate in PC's face

  • Justice is impossible if we cannot trust police forces to tell the truth

  • Drunken chef swore at medics

  • Hard times bring greater workplace conflict to public bodies

  • Man told to leave pub was abusive to police

  • Brain Scans Reveal Differences in Brain Structure in Teenagers With Severe Antisocial Behavior

  • Policeman gets £200 compensation after drunk spat in his face

  • Nurse defends care in hospitals

  • One hundred drunken troublemakers banned from local pubs

  • Father's fury as commuters 'hid behind their papers' as schoolgirl, 15, was assaulted by drunk woman

  • Learning disabled patients could lose out from Lansley's health reforms

  • Brazil school shooting: 13 dead after gunman opens fire

  • Tree surgeon stabbed by woman in Chiswick

  • Darwen Vale teachers protesting over pupil violence

  • Teachers to be given protection against pupils' false allegations

  • NHS in design rethink

  • Hunt for man who attacked staff member at Carlisle rail station

  • TUC protest march: as it happened

  • 149 charged over cuts demo disorder

  • The Coalition Government has in effect backed down from the original, leaked, plan to abolish the Security Industry Authority.

  • SIA will not be abolished

  • People die when health and safety regulation is removed

  • Bar bosses tackled over lack of bouncer licences on match days

  • Rise in workplace violence despite fewer victims

  • Chef fined for assault on officers

  • One officer is assaulted each week in Dyfed-Powys

  • Latest Police Deaths Part Of Violent Trend

  • A lack of vision in mental health

  • Two jailed for assault on staff nurse at Beaumont Hospital

  • ‘Day of action’, 26 January: guidance for staff

  • Booze-fuelled violence

  • Reward for information after train driver punched

  • LEADING-EDGE RESEARCH TO ADDRESS YOUTH VIOLENCE

  • The private security industry needs a single representative body for all sectors

  • Festive spirit across the railways

  • Warnings over festive aggression

  • Bupa care home staff tormented dementia victims and recorded their 'despicable' acts on their mobile phones

  • School board shooting: gunman Clay Duke caught on camera taking potshots at terrified panel

  • Extra police patrols on festive East Midlands trains

  • Bite resistant clothing can help protect mental health care professionals

  • WRIST GRAB TEACHER IS SUSPENDED

  • Assaults on police hit staff levels

  • Cumbrian gun cops refused to work for ‘bullying’ boss they did not trust

  • Thinking About A Career In Security?

  • Bridlington trust opens anti-bullying line

  • Gove sweeps away trendy teaching to focus on traditional subjects

  • ROYAL WEDDING: £12.5M POLICE BILL FOR BIG DAY

  • Extra taxi marshals in city centre to ensure safe festive season

  • Social care staff run high risk of assault, new figures reveal

  • 400 staff bid to quit Coventry City Council before cuts

  • Campaign to help stalking victims in Leicestershire

  • Primary school pupils learn lessons in empathy

  • PPSS launch unique front only body protection for female mental health care professionals

  • Atherstone pub loses licence

  • Shops in Powys given advice on aggressive customers

  • Bus Drivers Trained In Conflict Resolution

  • Helping to stop abuse at work

  • Llanelli teacher denies bullying autistic unit's pupils

  • Nurse locked in car boot claims abductor shown more respect

  • Health and Safety Commission and Health and Safety Executive merge to form a single regulatory body

  • Violent demo training

  • Deaf Man Dreams Of Being Doorman

  • Violent drunk, 21, banned from going into the city centre on weekend nights

  • MP Paul Farrelly: Violence in House of Commons was self-defence

  • More efforts needed to reduce violence at school

  • Better behaviour from Fife's primary school pupils

  • Middlesbrough man jailed for nurses attack

  • My 13-year-old pupil swung his fist at me and yelled 'I'm gonna break your jaw': One teacher exposes the wilful anarchy in Britain's Wild West classrooms

  • Care workers must learn to be more assertive

  • Drunken passenger forces holiday jet to divert

  • CCTV captures police punching stabbed man in the head

  • Shopkeeper's face is slashed in store raid

  • Teenage bully caught on tape tormenting Catholic nun teacher as classmates cheer him on

  • Security firm accused of abusing deportees sacked

  • 50 years of traffic wardens

  • Thug caught on film punching a pregnant woman in the face

  • Assaults in Scotland rise

  • SIA to remain until after 2012 Olympics

  • Health and safety under attack

  • G4S security guards accused over restraint of Colombian deportee

  • Two guilty of murdering Yorkshire shopkeeper

  • Children are unruly if mothers rush back to work

  • Drunk assaulted paramedic

  • Sainsbury's staff abused over new store plan for Crosby

  • Captured on camera: The sickening high five celebrations of thugs who stamped on train passenger's face after he dared to ask them to be quiet

  • Security guards accused over death of man being deported to Angola

  • The SIA's future: Security Industry Authority to go

  • Alone and unprotected, taxi drivers fear for their safety

  • POLICE ARE PERMANENT FIXTURE AT CROSSHOUSE

  • Working alone can increase the vulnerability of workers

  • The Security Industry Authority is to have a ‘phased transition to new regulatory regime’ in the Coalition government’s so-called bonfire of quangos.

  • Flintshire County Council officers working in partnership to tackle aggression and violence in the workplace

  • SIA to be phased out

  • Bans a thing of the past in Plymouth city centre pubs

  • SIA to be phased out

  • Working in partnership to tackle workplace violence

  • Man smashes Tesco till

  • Publisher 'attacked officer after Commons drinks'

  • Bad behaviour 'caused by mixed ability classes'

  • Parents 'undermining discipline at schools' as children copy THEIR bad behaviour

  • Peterborough and Notts County fined

  • 'Don't prod me you silly little girl': Train-rage pensioner screamed at woman ticket collector who woke him up

  • Nuisance behaviour down following work by police

  • Member of security staff reported to be ‘aggressive’ will not work for City again

  • attacks on teachers - Figures paint a shocking picture

  • North-east schools record 700 cases of violence against staff in two years

  • Man bailed over Halifax rugby fan attack

  • EDL protest ends in 17 arrests, violence, and an officer with a broken leg

  • Cops’ new match-day violence crackdown

  • Maths teacher suspended after violent outburst

  • The SIA's Future: a response from Scotland

  • Caught on Camera: Violent thugs in iPhone bus terror robbery

  • Suicidal man 'bit and kicked' police

  • Man arrested over brutal Liverpool region rugby attack

  • Trained monkeys on guard at Commonwealth Games

  • Ex-boyfriend admits murdering Bournemouth waitress

  • Jury decides barrister Mark Saunders was 'lawfully' shot dead by police

  • Stats show 1,800 attacked in school ahead of new powers

  • Violent thug who terrorised passengers & crew on holiday jet is let off with fine

  • Gunmen 'no longer fear' reprisal warns UEW leader

  • SMT SELECT News: Edition 29 (October 2010)

  • Shoplifter bit and kicked policemen, court told

  • Arrests Over School Riot

  • Two hurt by violent passenger at airport

  • Basildon Hospital improving service

  • Posh and Notts County charged over ‘mass confrontation’

  • Appeal after attack at York railway station

  • Son-in-law’s slip of the tongue costs him in airport fall drama

  • English Defence League protest in Leicester will force shops to close

  • Celebration for pupils who have overcome difficulties

  • Security guard cleared of killing perfume shoplifter who he thought was trying to trick him

  • Man guilty of violent attack at nightclub

  • Cops hit back in bridge row

  • Tesco store could be a magnet for drinkers, warn police

  • Police in plea for cash to save Street Safe scheme

  • Health implements violence and aggression policy

  • Three arrested in drugs raids

  • NAHS Conference 2010: addressing the challenges of healthcare security

  • Richard Barnbrook reported for 'bullying'

  • Man who could not take joke jailed for savage punch

  • Teenage gang who held up victims at gunpoint jailed after bragging about their crimes on Facebook

  • FCA carer recruitment targets Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Dorset

  • Bullying And Harassment Common Against Children With Food Allergies

  • Booze licences hit record high: 166,000 venues can now sell alcohol while 30 traditional pubs shut down each week

  • Are some children just born bad?

  • Keep Quango That Licenses Door Staff

  • Crime victims to have say in community service activities

  • Drunk boy, 15, in FGH guard attack

  • Teenager charged with trying to steal fire engine as crew battled blaze

  • Mother slams hammer attack school

  • Mum disputes decision on autistic son's school

  • Council backs Nottinghamshire respite care centre

  • Bipolar disorder and violent crime

  • Killer punch thug jailed for six years

  • Body Cameras For Lowestoft Door Staff

  • Cafe owner jailed after East Lancashire nightclub attack

  • A violent stigma for mentally ill

  • 200-plus SIA licences suspended due to alleged training malpractice

  • MPs 'abused staff over expenses changes'

  • City's violent nightspots to be named and shamed by police

  • Newtown woman assaulted man 'under cloud of alcohol'

  • Man held after Pevensey to Hampden Park train attack

  • 1,299 pupils expelled for physical attacks on school staff in past five years

  • Why working as cabin crew is anything but the high life

  • ‘Persistent menace’ gets an interim ASBO

  • Train raid duo caged

  • Care home staff have healing hands

  • Woman attacked at work

  • 'Bullying' emails sent by doctor

  • Law Society looks for contributions to study on workplace bullying and harassment

  • New guidance given on care record violence markers

  • Suzy Lamplugh case gets new lead as potential witness comes forward

  • Woman starts fight over chicken nuggets

  • US air steward in shock plane exit after passenger row

  • Police looking for pair after violent attack

  • University student jailed after third violent assault this year

  • Police apologise for Taser shooting girl of 14 after missing suspect

  • Centre For Social Justice Call For Shake-up Of UK's Broken Criminal Justice System

  • Giving St Mary’s Churchyard Back To The Community

  • Kent Police dogs bite 50 people in 15 months

  • Two charged after Blackpool mass brawl

  • More raids ahead of Notting Hill Carnival

  • SIA: research shows positive impact of licensing

  • Two in three doorstaff have been attacked

  • The biggest crisis facing Britain? Too many parents don't have a clue how to raise children

  • Coping with the trauma of schizophrenia in the family

  • Campaigners keep eye on efforts in UK to tackle drink culture

  • Suzy Lamplugh case gets new lead as potential witness comes forward

  • JetBlue Airways flight attendant storms from plane after row with passenger

  • Man in critical condition after shop stabbing

  • Two police officers shot Moat with new unapproved Taser 'rifles' before killer turned gun on himself

  • I had to play dead to save my life, says officer blasted with shotgun by Raoul Moat

  • Nurse, 50, hangs herself after being 'bullied by name-calling hospital colleagues'

  • Does overcrowding lead to aggression?

  • UK 'worst anti-social behaviour in Europe'

  • Tackling work-related stress

  • Stress costs £600 million each year

  • Knife campaign

  • Stress affecting more teachers, says Cumbria union leader

  • Spanish public sector workers complain most about their work environment

  • Hospital improving slowly but surely

  • 'Die Die' Pupil Attack Teacher Escapes Jail

  • Revealed: Teachers and school staff face 35 attacks EVERY DAY in Scotland

  • As one teacher is cleared of pupil assault, another tells of her life sentence

  • Someone else's problem

  • Drinkers terrorised by gang who rampaged through Bingley bar

  • Violence and verbal abuse sees 13,000 pupils excluded from school in a year

  • Police 'shot epileptic with Tazer for biting paramedics during fit'

  • Council releases Ellon school violence figures

  • Cracking down on violent neighbours

  • Man, 21, spared jail for attacking parking warden as figures show extent of attacks on parking officials in Hounslow

  • Cheap alcohol fuels Cardiff violence

  • The only way to stop youth crime is to help the parents

  • Meet three inspiring mentors who help vulnerable young people

  • Quarter of teachers 'facing violence at school'

  • Man jailed for 20 years for Matalan manager murder

  • G20 policemans trial in balance over missing victim

  • Man in court over shop murder

  • Lead by example

  • Aggressive Children a Product of Negative Family

  • Devon town marches against ASB

  • Man remanded over fitness instructor murder

  • Schools can confiscate mephedrone from pupils

  • Have your say on additional training for UK door supervisors

  • A&E staff help police identify violence hotspots

  • New funding to boost fight against antisocial behaviour in Cardiff

  • Police officer set to be dedicated to every school

  • Police called to three clamping incidents a day

  • New programme aims to reduce violence in teens

  • Shocking violence and abuse suffered by thousands of workers in food factories supplying major supermarkets

  • Abuse of those with learning disabilities

  • Police could face legal action over 'unfair' searches

  • Three prison officers stabbed by inmate with broken bottle

  • Man denies murdering taxi driver

  • Man killed months after fine for attack in London

  • Alcohol ban proposed to improve bus services

  • Bulger killer 'accused of sex offence' as Straw admits allegations are 'serious'

  • Victory for Croydon Council designer bullied and intimidated at work

  • Bullying in workplace leaves deep emotional scars

  • Taxi drivers should have more respect

  • Boy locked up for stamping attack

  • Pc accused of attack on arrested girl has conviction for assault

  • VC responds to occupation

  • Purge on late-night violence in Lowestoft

  • Social : A Caring Society ...

  • Business : What DOES 'banter' in social media say about you?

  • Intervention projects improve anti-social behaviour

  • Anti-social truth about these social networkers

  • New head starts to turn around struggling Bristol school

  • Rugby scheme helps the most disruptive teenagers

  • Pupils aged five on hate register: Teachers must log playground taunts for Government database

  • Police board school buses after racism complaints

  • Oriel "sorry" for exchange antics

  • Ali Dizaei assaulted in prison

  • Google executives convicted in Italy of violating privacy laws over bullying video

  • Horses help mental health patients

  • Working in a high security psychiatric environment

  • Shopkeeper, 63, beaten to death with a sledgehammer by gang of hoodies

  • A path that need not be inevitable

  • Kids will go on patrol

  • Assault outside Blackpool casino

  • PM claims by bullying charity challenged by Labour

  • Gordon Brown staff 'contacted bullying helpline'

  • Councils refuse to disclose earnings of executives over safety fears for staff

  • PARENTING CLASSES TARGET CHILDHOOD AGGRESSION

  • Teacher remanded on child sex offences

  • Another Scottish security director has been in court for an SIA-related offence. He was ordered to pay £1000 after pleading guilty to supplying unlicensed security guards.

  • Girl bullied by gang over Internet

  • Parents reluctant to seek help from child mental health services post-adoption

  • MTV Dirty Sanchez star 'stabbed in dispute'

  • Ambulance crew attacked in riot outside Dyserth nightclub

  • Labour launches knife campaign

  • Victim's family campaigns against thugs

  • Recognising Children Afflicted With ADD or ADHD - The Important Behaviours People Commonly Miss

  • Violence towards people at work rises by almost 12 per cent

  • Charity failed to protect murdered care worker

  • Rogue Bar Staff Barred

  • Anti-Semitic attacks in UK rise to record high

  • Pupils attacking teachers

  • New teachers lack the training to handle violence in the classroom, survey reveals

  • New Teachers 'Can't Cope With Pupil Violence'

  • How to manage behaviour in the classroom

  • Private clampers in the sights of the UK authorities

  • 2008/9 British Crime Survey Released

  • Self-harm hospital admission figures revealed

  • Behaviour

  • Teachers who refuse to break up fights could face censure

  • Exclusive: Too scared to stop torture boys

  • SIA Calls For Views From The Private Investigations Industry

  • Youth guilty of killing man after citizen’s arrest

  • Exclusions and wellbeing

  • Anti Muslim mob jailed for violent rampage

  • Pupil fight warning for teachers

  • Edlington attacks: The 31 missed chances to intervene with brothers' family

  • The end of innocence: Inside Britain's child prisons

  • Teen Shop Worker Found Stabbed To Death

  • Cabbie left lying in the road

  • Extra Physical Training For Doorstaff Slammed

  • New figures prove that shoplifting is not a victimless crime

  • The dinner lady disciplined, humiliated and sacked for telling a parent her daughter was bullied FINALLY lets rip...

  • Dave's pulling power beats the bullies

  • BUCKFAST BLAMED IN VIOLENT ATTACKS

  • SMT Online Editor's View: Accounting for SIA regulation

  • Bleach attack teenager's history of thuggery

  • Welsh NHS manager awarded £150k after breakdown

  • Whetstone student fined for fare-rage assaults on tube staff

  • Rating Bosses 'Helps Relieve Workers' Stress'

  • Doorman accused of killing clubber gives evidence

  • Clubber Fined For Bouncer Scuffle

  • Calls For Better Taxi CCTV Cover

  • Boy, 10, who stabbed teacher in chest with a pencil, is let off with a warning

  • Cameron spin doctor arrested in train fracas

  • New survey data on perceptions of anti-social behaviour published

  • Masked raiders take cash at knifepoint

  • Private security team to patrol Spalding

  • The forgotten victims of schoolyard bullying

  • MPs demand an increase in the minimum price of alcohol

  • Drinks leaders reject MPs' criticism

  • Man threatening Jews taken off flight, say police

  • ICM backs SIA proposals for physical skills training

  • Broadmoor patient in court on murders charge

  • Chef stabbed to death teaching assistant 'because he was in a bad mood'

  • Football-related arrests in 2008/09 decrease by 2%

  • Shoplift advice sermon priest criticised

  • Better future for troubled young people

  • UK terror witch-hunt extended to nursery schools

  • South Essex Homes launches new interactive game to tackle anti social behaviour

  • Rhyl 'street angels' offer help to festive revellers

  • Police prepare for festive Friday before Christmas

  • Attempted Robbery & Assaults In Fareham

  • Down for the record

  • Solicitor-General Vera Baird embroiled in row after 'failing to pick up her dog's mess at railway station'

  • Immigration removal centre 'unacceptable' says watchdog

  • UK Terror Suspects Cleared to Work as Security Guards

  • Joe McElderry overcame school bullies

  • Witnesses to bullying face mental health risks

  • Police ordered to investigate all incidents

  • Northern Ireland doorstaff pass first test

  • Home Office and SIA launch consultations on door staff and bailiffs

  • What role should teachers have in preventing domestic violence?

  • Expelled at the age of 4: School says he attacked two teachers but his parents insist he's just lively

  • Body found after police shooting

  • 'High levels' of force at prison

  • Guilty, girl of 13 who bullied a vicar's daughter to death

  • Krav Maga: extreme violence for office workers

  • Pubwatch style group for doorstaff planned

  • Facebook 'fails to protect children'

  • Top school expels pupils over drugs

  • Knife killers must spend at least 25 years in jail, says Straw

  • Traffic wardens to be fitted with head-cams to deter assaults

  • Children hurt in playground fights can claim damages after boy injured by three-year-old boy wins right to payout

  • One in 10 shopworkers physically assaulted

  • Beefeaters suspended for allegedly bullying their first woman colleague

  • Social services sees rise in adults at risk of physical and sexual abuse

  • Crime watch: Why students may think twice about studying in Manchester

  • Parent backlash at school that keeps unruly pupils in isolation room to calm down

  • Schools reporting 40,000 racism cases a year

  • Social workers get their own TV channel

  • NHS assaults 'not taken seriously'

  • This inversion of power is teaching our children that aggression can pay

  • Eight arrests after violence at Barnsley-Manchester United tie

  • Charges brought over shop robbery

  • The teachers who can do no right

  • Trainee policeman critically ill after homophobic gang attack in Liverpool

  • Commuter rant Tube worker resigns

  • Gaddafi apologises for WPC Yvonne Fletcher's murder

  • Teachers need the law on their side

  • Air rage on the increase

  • 'Smoking teen slapped by head'

  • Violent crimes 'wrongly classed'

  • Keir Starmer defends Human Rights Act against critics

  • Waitress jailed for inventing sexual assault after sacking

  • Martin Allen suspended by Cheltenham after allegations of racial abuse

  • 'Hoodies down' call for colleges

  • Parents seek £1m for hammer attack on white son at 'race bullies' school

  • Inquest jury rules West Midlands Police failings led to death of Linda Burt in custody

  • Crime czar Louise Casey blames Gordon Brown for growth of yob culture

  • 'I'll blow your house up': BT customer claims he received death threats after row with call centre worker in India

  • Yvonne Fletcher and the betrayal of justice

  • Attacks on public workers decline

  • Boy's Sikh dagger in school ban

  • CCTV to be trialled in A&E departments

  • Pupils accused of 'sex attack' on girl, 13, at public school disco

  • Air crew brawl after stewardess 'refused personal favours'

  • Taxpayers fund taxi rides home for drinkers in police crackdown on violence after pubs close

  • France Télécom replaces deputy chief executive

  • Daily sweets 'linked to violence'

  • Nursery worker admits sex abuse

  • Disabled widow, 71 charged with assault after she prodded teenager

  • Stress 'likely' provoked woman's cardiac arrest in custody, inquest told

  • Youth task force tackles knives

  • Police & FA look at Bellamy clash

  • Drinks can 'an offensive weapon'

  • Pubs ban threat for NHS violence

  • Prison is no place for children

  • London rail workers to strike over sacking

  • 'Capital Connect respond to RMT strike action over sacked employee'

  • Dirty Sanchez star stabbed in shop

  • Mental health killings spark calls for communication improvements

  • Mental health trust criticised for allocating Bryan to staff lacking in suitable experience

  • Man drove Rolls Royce into Tesco

  • Shoplifter does striptease to get released from Leicester store

  • A THIEVING yob struggles to break free after his leg was grabbed by workers at a phone shop he tried to rob.

  • Cops quizzed over mistreatment

  • £100m anti-binge-drinking campaign backed by 45 companies

  • Degree call for prison officers

  • Doorman appeals over hurt clubber

  • 'Dreadful' attack by traffic warden

  • Violence erupts at West Ham v Millwall match

  • Parts of Britain 'like The Wire'

  • Millionaire property developer walks free from court after attacking neighbour with antique samurai sword

  • 1,000 CCTV cameras to solve just one crime, Met Police admits

  • Man wielded knife in street

  • Shops in Leicester warned of 10-year-old thief

  • Youth offending team accused of altering files

  • New Taser gun that can fire up to 100 feet ‘being considered for use in UK’

  • Minimum alcohol prices for oldham

  • Psychopaths are born not Bred - New study reveals

  • Films attack mental health stigmas

  • Jersey carer was sexual bully

  • Violent offenders to face restrictions after leaving prison

  • Arrest over shopping centre death

  • Mother, 40, thrown in police cells after lying pupils made up assault

  • Mental health killings increase

  • Expanded plans to tackle serious youth violence announced

  • Youth charged over bleach attack

  • Youths found hiding in cells at Cookham Wood

  • Young inmates 'fear for safety'

  • Half of children in care are afraid of prejudice

  • Curbs on freed violent offenders

  • Someone to watch over you

  • I've lost my sight, my job... and yob went free

  • Tom Daley's gold ends year in troubled waters

  • Anti-vandal' CCTV in school toilets defended

  • Deaths up during anti-knife drive

  • Concern over Broadmoor 'failings'

  • Drunk patient fined over attack

  • CCTV of Steven Gerrard in bar brawl: He 'punched man like a professional boxer' in row over CD control

  • DJ sets up anti-violence website

  • Time to take teacher stress seriously

  • Teaching assistant stabbed to death in random attack

  • The blind pensioner who fought off robber during armed raid - after he'd been stabbed twice

  • Teacher held after boy attacked

  • Footballer jailed for match death

  • Police trio charged with assault

  • It's scary, I can tell you

  • Pupils excluded over race attack

  • Inmates may face action over riot

  • 72 knife crimes a day in UK

  • Control techniques left young offenders with broken wrists

  • Night patrols by street pastors

  • Pictured: The shocking moment police officer grabs female climate change protester by the throat

  • Prison criticised over killer

  • Number of 'ladette women' fined for drunk and disorderly behaviour 'rises by a third'

  • Probe into Met officers' conduct

  • Bullying found at immigration centre

  • Knife mules at seven

  • Danielle Lloyd was warned by surgeons she might lose her leg after 'nightclub attack'

  • No prosecution over glass attack

  • Brawler Britain: Hospitals see 47% rise in street fight victims in just five years

  • Fighting the rise of 'air rage'

  • Knife raid at footballer's home

  • Concern over violence rate rise

  • Attack threat to ambulance staff

  • Hospital worker 'faces daily abuse' on streets

  • Woman hit boy with church papers

  • Father kicked to death in front of teenage daughter

  • North Wales' antisocial behaviour figures are out of control

  • No 10 adviser 'ignored concerns of statisticians over knife crime figures'

  • Tragic Jack was 'carrying knife'

  • Student teacher left scarred for life after she was glassed by GIRL thug

  • Woman, 81, killed in street mugging 'ignored by passers-by as she called for help'

  • Post Office worker killed in armed robbery

  • An unacceptable occupational hazard

  • Air rage attacks soar due to in-flight binge drinking and rows over smoking

  • Air rage incidents shoot up by 50% in year due to 'wilful abuse of alcohol' on flights

  • Sword attack leaves postmaster injured

  • Shot producer 'doubted by bosses'

  • Boy, 13, stabs himself in the stomach in front of classmates 'after being dumped by girlfriend'

  • Pictured: Student scarred for life after alcohol-fuelled attack at university ball

  • Woman motorist left for dead by car-jacker who ran her down as she scraped frost from her windscreen

  • Unlawful killing verdict ruled out in De Menezes inquest as coroner tells jury: 'He wasn't murdered'

  • Football murder accused in court

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