Police officer dating nurses
Due to staff shortages, we actually only entered the room with three people.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal that more than 100,000 primary and secondary school teachers, 70,000 police officers and up to 72,000 nurses have been dragged into the higher rate of tax.The mechanisms must be there to minimise the likelihood of attacks, to support staff who experience them, and to ensure that anyone who commits an act of violence is dealt with appropriately." Kim Sunley of the Royal College of Nurses also told LBC: "Health care staff work extremely hard in what are very challenging conditions.It is unacceptable that they are at risk of assault simply by going to work.According to the Office for National Statistics, the number of “teaching professionals” paying the higher rate has trebled, rising from 100,000 to more than 300,000 in the past decade.They now include 87,000 secondary school teachers and 34,000 primary school teachers."I was dedicated the 'head' person, so I would take control of the head.
When we went into the room, my two colleagues went on to his arms.
He went to kick out, so I went down on to his legs.
He levered himself up on the nurses' arms and drop-kicked me straight in the side of my face.
Dr Mark Porter, the chair of the British Medical Association council, which is supporting the campaign said: "I hope that this campaign will help to make a real difference to reducing the number of serious incidents that all doctors and medical staff are subjected to.
"As workloads rise, and staff are under greater pressure from the demands of patients that are harder to meet, the risk that patients take out their frustration on those who are trying to help them increases.
"This campaign is vital in raising awareness of the dangers NHS staff face – and why wilful assaults must never be tolerated.