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PC Richard Paskell, senior police medic with South Wales Police, said: "Medics are specially trained officers who work within the Police Support Units.
Working with the Garda, Irish Aid has supported the training of more than 532 Police Support Unit officers, with an additional 104 due to commence their training shortly.
Similarly, members of the Police Support Unit, which polices events like protests and sports matches, could ask to go back to normal policing duties.
Chief Insp Russell said that 40 Police Support Units, double the amount deployed on Tuesday, would patrol the city and the suburbs in response to the murders.
A Merseyside police spokesman said: "We are sending up to 10 police support units (PSUs), each of which consists of an inspector, two sergeants and 18 constables.
To address these issues, it has been suggested that Canada establish a 200-400 strong international police support unit.
It's hoped the Police Support Unit will eventually replace soldiers on the streets of Iraq as the country gradually starts to rebuild.
Also on hand were Police Support Units, uniformed officers ready to raid premises and root out trouble- makers.