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Avon and Somerset joins national police air service (15th November 2012)
Avon and Somerset Police Authority has today signed an agreement with the new National Police Air Service (NPAS) after months of hard negotiations.

Seven days until a new policing era (8th November 2012)
In one week residents in Avon and Somerset will be going to the polls to vote for the areas very first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).

Police officers receive final Police Authority ‘Act of Bravery’ awards (7th November 2012)
Seven courageous police officers who risked their lives to save others have today received an Act of Bravery Award from Avon and Somerset Police Authority.

Avon and Somerset Police Authority meets for the last time (7th November 2012)
Members of Avon and Somerset Police Authority today gathered officially for the last time at Police Headquarters in Portishead.

HRH Princess Anne opens new flagship police station (31st October 2012)
Today, Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal officially opened Avon and Somerset Police's flagship police station 'The Bridewell' at a grand opening ceremony in Bristol City Centre.

Brave officer scoops top national award (19th October 2012)
A heroic police officer from Avon and Somerset won a national police bravery award at a glittering awards ceremony in London last night.

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