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Pupils quiz police at St Andrew's School, Pangbourne



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Police officers popped into a school in Pangbourne yesterday (Tuesday) to spend some time with the pupils.

The community engagement visit was a chance for pupils at St Andrew's school to ask officers questions about being in the force.

The Pangbourne Neighbourhood Team popped down to the school on January 25 to give the young children a talk.

An officer showing the children the contents of a police car boot on a visit to St Andrew's school, picture: Thames Valley Police West Berkshire.
An officer showing the children the contents of a police car boot on a visit to St Andrew's school, picture: Thames Valley Police West Berkshire.

Thames Valley Police tweeted a photo of an officer showing the children what they keep in their police cars.

Officers allowed the pupils to ask "any questions they wanted" and said there were "lots of questions on handcuffs and police cars".



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