King's College and other iconic Cambridge sites will get extra police patrols Manchester terror burberry uk sale attack: Cambridgeshire police commissioner Jason Ablewhite said are currently no plans to deploy troops to the city's streets 14:47, 24 MAY 2017Updated16:25, 24 MAY 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Extra police patrols are being placed at King's College and other iconic Cambridge landmarks in response to the Manchester terror attack.
Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite also confirmed major events across the county will have a higher security presence burberry uk outlet following Monday's (May 22) attack at the Manchester Arena, which 22 killed people. But he said there are currently no plans to bring armed burberry cloth troops into Cambridge. Senior police officers have spent today in meetings deliberating whether soldiers burberry shoes outlet will be deployed at key sites in the city or at major events. Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite Mr Ablewhite said: "I have been briefed on the actions the constabulary is taking to respond to the national security situation and I am pleased that the force is engaging with communities to provide public reassurance and visible policing. "As a result of the raising of the national alert level status to critical, the constabulary will be providing extra patrols at some of the local iconic sites, public spaces and significant planned events. Why I wrote that Facebook letter to my baby son: Mummy Mumbles speaks out in interview "They will also be engaging communities disproportionately affected by events to provide information and reassurance. "At this stage there is no plan to deploy military staff alongside police officers within Cambs. "I would ask the public to remain vigilant, reporting any suspicious activity to the police. It is through the public working with the police that further attacks can be prevented." He added: "My thoughts and prayers with those killed and affected by the incident in Manchester. Those responsible are a disgrace to humanity and especially if they are doing this with the wrongful claim that they doing so in a name of any religion.
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