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The divisional officers presented detailed report of their respective districts in the meeting.
Briefing mediapersons, the Sub Divisional Officer of Bhanupratappur Police Station disclosed that one of the arrested persons is a dreaded ultra who was wanted in a string of criminal cases.
West Midlands Fire Service divisional officer Mick Birch said: "West Midlands Fire Service worked extremely swiftly with the other emergency services to extract the casualties.
He became Assistant Divisional Officer at Moortown in Leeds in 1996 and, after completing the Brigade Command Course, was promoted to Senior Divisional Officer in charge of Corporate Services.
Rob Evans, assistant divisional officer for North Wales Police Specials, added: "We welcome this new initiative as it gives us yet another opportunity to meet people and to provide advice and information on a wide range of community safety issues.
Usdaw divisional officer Gary Huh described the news as devastating and said the union would use the 90-day consultation period to look at the business plan behind the decision.
South Wales Fire and Rescue divisional officer, John Brewer, said: ' It's really important to make sure that cigarettes are right out and not carelessly discarded.
Trevor Deane, divisional officer for South Tyneside and Jarrow, has been with St John Northumbria for 30 years while Marecia Edmundson, divisional officer at Wearside, has been a member for 12 years.