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Fast and furious: Guernsey scraps 'Hot Fuzz' film

Guernsey Police have pulled a recruitment film featuring explosions, armed police and a high-speed car chase after a media furore and complaints from the island's politicians. The force's chief admitted its offer to 'Redefine your usual' didn't reflect island life.

Cameras, action: a clip from Guernsey's recruitment film

Cameras, action: a clip from Guernsey's recruitment film

Date - 7th August 2020
By - Chris Smith
Deploying tasers, storming an office with machine guns, exploding bombs and shredding tyres in a high-speed chase. All in a day’s work for a police officer… on the island of Guernsey. That was the claim in an attention-grabbing...
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