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On 8th October 2015, in Fulham House at the GL RFCA Annual General Meeting, HM Lord Lieutenant of Greater London Kenneth Olisa OBE signed and presented the YOU London pledge to Dominic Cotton of Step Up to Serve. The charity Step Up to Serve is governed by an independent board and has cross-party support. It
Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and Mayor of London Boris Johnson joined thousands of volunteer police cadets to celebrate a record number of youngsters getting involved with the scheme. The Mayor and Commissioner praised the increasingly important role of young police volunteers in the capital, as the number of 10-19 year old Volunteer Police Cadets
We are very proud of our nearly 4000 outstanding Volunteer Police Cadets serving across London, 400 of whom competed in July in the Met police Annual Cadet Competition, held for the first time at Gravesend. It was a fabulous event where teams competed in drill, evidence gathering, CBRN, traffic and crime scenes amongst other activities.
It was a super day at Brunel University Sports Complex with almost a hundred young people taking part in the Hillingdon Youth Summer Games – an opportunity to meet other groups, challenge each other and have some fun. Well done the winners “Step up”. A Great BBQ too ..when is next years? Thanks to the organisers, those
Over seventy of Haringey’s Sea, Army, Air, Marine, and Police Cadets together with Scouts marched proudly from the Scouts Park at Bounds Green to the Civic Centre on Sunday (28th June ), to mark Armed Forces Day and to hear announced which of them was the winner of the annual inter group skills competition. The