Welcome to the WeCops blog, an extension of the tweeting community and an opportunity to discuss topics beyond 140 characters.

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We will also use this space to keep you up to date with all things @WeCops related.

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Returning to work
07 July, 2019 by @WecopsCaroline
Returning to work   This chat is aimed at anyone who has returned to work, whether that be from a career break, maternity leave, extended periods of sickness or perhaps as a re-joiner.  It is also looking to reach those who manage staff who are returning and those who work in an HR capacity and have experience of what a ‘good model’ looks like.  I ...
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Picking up the pieces
08 February, 2019 by @WecopsCaroline
                                                                                Joint @WeMHNs and @Wecops chat regarding Zoe Billingham’s report ‘Picking up the pieces.’   By Caroline Hay, with thanks to Scotty Bell and Michael Brown    I am a front-line response team Sgt who has regular contact with people suffering a crisis with their Mental Hea ...
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Picking up the pieces
08 February, 2019 by @WecopsCaroline
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Police Pensions information doc
19 November, 2018 by @LeeMBroad
Let’s talk pensions.   I know it’s a confusing and boring subject to tackle.  Equations, formula’s, 1/75th this 2/60th that lumps sums, weighted accrual final salary, revaluated earnings. The convoluted terms and roundabout ways used to determine what you should expect for your contributions can be a minefield to navigate.  It’s no wonder that thou ...
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#WeCops Forming, Storming, Norming.
14 May, 2016 by @WeCops
#WeCops has been up and running now for a little over 6 months.  During that time we have ran a number of chats and started to gain followers from the policing family, academic's, members of the public. We have utilised the learning from the @WeNurses team about how we structure chats, get the best from them and how we as busy volunteers manage our ...
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Unveiling The @WeCops Platform
26 April, 2016 by @WeCops
Welcome to the introductory @WeCops blog. The purpose is to introduce everyone to the concept of what WeCops is and then hopefully to tickle your interest and draw you in to either as a watching bystander reflecting on the discussion of the day, or better still by chipping in and adding your own thoughts. This was started off in the NHS by creative ...
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Top 10 Tips for Tweetchatting
05 April, 2016 by @WeCops
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