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Hello from Notts Fire and Rescue Service

Today we have a guest blog  from Guninder Nagi, a Risk Reduction Officer working in Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Community Safety Team: Stay safe and enjoy life! Are you at risk from fire? Partying, smoking and drinking may all be part of the student lifestyle for some, but could be putting you at higher risk of fire. …

“Ey up mi Ducks”….hello and welcome to Nottingham!

We are very pleased to share our second guest blog of the year with you, from Jo Cox Brown  of the Malt Cross and Street Pastors: “Ey up mi Ducks” translates as “Hello, Welcome to Nottingham, Students” and is a term of endearment you will hear a lot from locals like me! We love that you have chosen …

#endofyear

Whether you are graduating from the University of Nottingham or just packing up ready to depart for the summer we have put together some key messages to help you ensure that this end of summer term is a good one. Clearing Out- hopefully you have already seen the information about our end of term waste campaign ‘Don’t …

In The Hotseat: PC Michael Wearmouth, British Transport Police

Read on for the latest instalment in our In The Hotseat series, with PC Michael Wearmouth from British Transport Police telling us about his role and experiences here in the East Midlands! Tell us a little bit about your job I am a police officer for the British Transport Police, a specialist police force that police the national …

A Welcome From The Divisional Commander

As the new term approaches, we’re delighted to welcome Chief Superintendent Steven Cooper, Divisional Commander for the City of Nottingham for Nottinghamshire Police, to the blog to welcome students back to the city and share a few handy pieces of advice. Nottingham is a great city for people to live and study in. As the …

You Go Together

  Batman and Robin. Fish and chips —some things just go together. So when two caped crusaders (not to be mistaken for members of the University security team) landed at St Peter’s Court last night to launch the University’s latest campaign, the message was simple: stick together with your friends when out for the evening. The …

Crime Prevention Tips from the Divisional Commander

We’re pleased to welcome Chief Superintendent Steve Cooper to the blog today. As Divisional Commander for the City of Nottingham’s Police, he shares some student-focussed advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime. Nottingham is a great city for people to live and study in. As the Divisional Commander for policing in the …

National Personal Safety Day

Today is National Personal Safety Day, and to mark the day we’re sharing some top tips from the Streets Ahead campaign to maximise your personal safety while you’re out. You should always plan ahead – think about where you’re going and how you’re going to get there. Do you know your route and whether it’s …