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Recruitment Drive

 

KEY 103 has kick started its Operation ‘Street Angels’ by meeting some of the dozens of volunteers who have signed up to the scheme. 

 

City Centre Police Inspector Phil Spurgeon attended the meeting and gave his full support to the Manchester Street Angels Team and identified potential areas for us to focus on.

 

Click on the picture to watch the video.

 

 

 

Feet on the Street

 

Manchester Street Angels went undercover to see exactly what sort of situations we’ll be dealing with when we launch our night-time patrols.

 

The Steering Group for Manchester Street Angels has now been formed and decisions are now being made as to when and where we will be up and running.

We then launched our ‘Feet on the Street’ event on Friday 25th April, led by Councillor Pat Karney

 

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Police Patrol Training - Inspector Spurgeon

 

Manchester Street Angels have had their first experience of Manchester's nightlife after going on patrol with the police.

City Centre Inspector Phil Spurgeon offered to take our group of volunteers out on a late patrol on Friday night (15th August)
KEY103's Chief Reporter Michelle Livesey went along to the training session.

 

Click on the picture to listen to the interview.

First Aid Training - GMP - Sedgley Park

 

Manchester Street Angels completed First Aid training at GMP Sedgley Park.

 

The first aid training staff ensured we were able to perfom many first aid procedures including CPR on 'Annie'.

 

The project is one step closer to launching!

 

*keep checking for updates*

 

 

 

Manchester Street Angels Launch - 14th November 2014

 

Manchester Street Angels went live on Friday 14th Novemeber 2014.

 

We attended the police briefing before hitting the streets for our first patrols.

 

The public were amazing & the response was overwhelming.. We helped a few people and cleaned a few bottles away too. 

 

Looking forward to next Friday! 

Conflict Awareness & Personal Safety Training - GMP - Clayton Brook

 

Manchester Street Angels endured personal safety training at GMP Clayton Brook. 

 

Dan & Colin put the 'Angels' through the extensive personal safety course & ensured we are physically ready for anything whilst on the streets of Manchester.

 

The project is one step closer to getting 'feet on the street'.

 

*141114*

Suzy Lamplugh Trust - Personal Safety Day - October 2015

We were invited to the Suzy Lamplugh Trust Personal Safety Day in Salford.

We met residents, GMP staff & other agencies to discuss all aspects of safety. 

A great day that showed how organisations can work together.

For more information about Suzy Lamplugh Trust, please visit their website:

 

http://www.suzylamplugh.org/

Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy visits MSA HQ

Sir Peter Fahy visits the Headquarters of MSA to help us celebrate 6 months of service. Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy chatted with volunteers, shared stories & ate cake!

Perfect way to mark our progress over the past 6 months.

 

We can't wait to see what the future holds!

Great Mcr Run May 2015

The Street Angels were among thousands of runners including Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy who ran 10K to raise money for many charities.

Well done to all the runners, go hang the trainers up for a while, you deserve it!

Freshers Week 2015

We were asked by GMP to add extra shifts to help the new students receive a warm, friendly welcome and ensure they have a safe Freshers Week.

We have to say the new students were polite & sensible, leaving the clubs early to catch their bus home because they had a class in the morning! (Dedicated students, wonder if they chnage during their course)

Thanks to the Angels that were able to commit & be part of the Freshers Team working Friday, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.. we were shattered!

Charity Ball to celebrate our First Year Anniversary November 2015

We held a charity ball in November to celebrate our success over our first year. We celebrated with our family and friends. in attendance was newly appointed Chief Constable Ian Hopkins & his wife Maxine, GMP Inspector Spurgeon & wife Jayne & Great Northern Manager Liam Mooney & wife Sheila. 

We celebrated the work of the volunteers with certificates and awards. We look forward to the next year and success stories.

Chief constable Ian Hopkins runs Xmas Breakfast Club for the homeless.

With the rise of homless people & rough sleepers in Manchester, we decided to run a breakfast club on Xmas eve. We served a full cooked breakfast with toast & hot drink.

We also gave each person a bag of sweets & chocolates.

Sean Ward popped along to help us dish up and hand out breakfast.

We know the Chief can make a brew!

Great Manchester Run 10K in memory of Anne.

On February 1st, we received unexpected bad news. We had lost our angel Anne due to a tragic accident whilst on a skiing holiday with her sons. In may, friends from Bramhall Methodist Church ran in memory of Anne. 

Anyone who knew Anne, knew what she meant to MSA & what MSA meant to her. We remember her smile and will continue to remember her life, laughter & love she gave.

Mother, Angel & Friend. x

Citizens in Policing Recognition Awards 2016

We were absolutely thrilled to be nominated for this award.

We were announced as a runner up & we were gobsmacked!

Safe Spots, Wythenshawe which is an amazing new charity for domestic abuse were announced as the worthy winners on the day. 

We couldn't be prouder of our friends at Safe Spots & we wish them continued success.

Manchester Homeless Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2016

Manchester Homeless Christmas Appeal 2016

We were absolutely ecstatic & proud to announce that we have been chosen to run the Homeless Shoebox Appeal as our special Xmas project. 

We have drop off points all over Greater Manchester & urge people to get involved and support the appeal. We take for granted our beds and warm showers, please help us to make a difference this year. 

www.facebook.com/homelessshoeboxappealmanchester