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GOOD NEWS: Missing man from Dawlish Michael Mercury has been found POLICE have have now located Michael Mercury, a 39-year-old man who was missing from the Dawlish area of South Devon.

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
7 Sep 2020

@Brooklyn Bridge - appreciated.

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
7 Sep 2020

Alison Hernandez told me on the phone that she wants to hear any and all complaints of anyone calling the 101 or for that matter the 999 number that is put on hold for long periods of time, any ASBO'S problems etc. So post on here and I will print the page out and discuss the complaints with her on this coming Saturday.  I'm sure most of you know of her but for those that do not her title is. ...

1263
1263
7 Sep 2020

Hmmm,,,,,, guessing  your  caucasin, not transitioning, non- immigrant, not a black live matters or extinction rebellion supporter, so you may not meet the criteria for instant response.

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
7 Sep 2020

@Brooklyn Bridge .  Thanks for the input....it is in connection with a situation of ongoing harrasment and intimidation that has gone on for over 10 years towards my family by a couple of rather nasty people in the local area. Call after call to the police including one 999 call and many ref logs and the situation merely continues to escalate against us and our property. Our health and well being ...

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
6 Sep 2020

Deedoodle, you are not wrong. I have had the same problem, but after waiting on hold a lot of people hang up, therefore, it does not show on the call logs indicating that there are little or no problems in Dawlish. Would you care to elaborate on what the issue was? as I have a meeting with the Police Crime Commissioner on Saturday as I would like to print out these posts.

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has confirmed that Teignmouth's coastguard station will close and move to Dawlish - meaning the end of a 200-year history for the Coastguard Rescue Team in the town. A spokesman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said: "The Teignmouth Coastguard Rescue Team will be moving to a new station, at Dawlish in January 2021. Read more... ...

The 101 call I was making yesterday actually took 1 hour and 12 minutes for me to come off hold and speak to a call handler. Just as well it is a non emergency no. And yes I am aware I could have contacted them on the internet before some troll bangs off.

5 Sep 2020

Currently been on 101 line for 29 mins waiting for someone to take my call...smooth operation. Although once I call 999 and was put in a queue for a couple of minutes. I wonder why the public have a negative view of the support the police give!

5 Sep 2020

supposedly the police found him yesterday.

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