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Gloucestershire launch 101 call service for deaf people

101 calls can now be linked via video to a sign language user who acts as an interpreter.

Gloucestershire Deaf Association visiting the force HQ in Quedgeley

Gloucestershire Deaf Association visiting the force HQ in Quedgeley

Date - 18th January 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
Gloucestershire Constabulary has signed up to a new service that offers deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL) easier access to the county's 101 system. BSL users are now able to make contact via the SignLive Community Directory, which...
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