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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Live updates Large Scale Emergency Services in Stockton.

The Emergency Services Exercise provides training in a live style incident to all of the emergency services across the north east.

The exercise in Stockton will be the biggest one of its kind within Stockton.

Officers attending the incident will only know the location and not what they are about to face.

Stockton Police tweeting clues to the location ahead of the event.

Police have reassured members of the public that there will be no impact on transport and there is nothing to be concerned about.

The exercise is a multi agency operation between Stockton Council, North East Ambulance service, Cleveland Fire Brigade among many others.

Once the exercise is underway members of the public will be able to know the exact location by following everything on social media.

Stockton Riverside College warning members of the public not to be alarmed by what is about to happen in Stockton Town Centre.

Updates throughout the operation.

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