To raise awareness for the Feed A Family campaign, under the St George’s Charity, on Friday 19th November the RGP faced one of their toughest challenges yet – a training with Jojo Ruby France.
Devils Press, tyre flipping and hitting with hammers, weighted wall balls, and more.
Just to feel some discomfort which is a fraction of the discomfort that many families in Spain face not being able to get enough food.
€250 feeds a family of 4 for a month.
To donate, go to gofundme.com/f/StGeorgeXmas2021
The Royal Gibraltar Police’s Search Team and Police Support Unit were recently put through their paces during three days of intense refresher training.
Search Officers must pass a yearly written exam and a practical search – where they have to find hidden explosive devices – in order to remain licensed.
Together with the Gibraltar Defence Police Search Advisors, they studied methods of attack, how to recognise various types of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and other items used by terrorists.
Meanwhile, the Police Support Unit were busy doing public order training – ahead of Gibraltar’s upcoming international football matches.
PSU officers are trained to deal with a variety of public order situations over and above those faced by uniformed police officers.