Headings for describing a person/suspect

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  1. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Can anybody remind me of the headings for describing a person/suspect. I've tried googling but can't come find it, and the mnomic escapes me at the moment.
  2. a to h plus sex I think mate
  3. A - Age
    B - Build
    C - Clothing
    D - Defining features (Tatoos/Scars etc)
    E - Elevation (height)
    F - Face
    G - Gait
    H - Hair
  4. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

  5. Thanks mick saved me finding my nirex :D
  6. Not a drama mate.

    Bit sad that I can just reel it off!
  7. I know you asked about a person/suspect, and have had that question answered; but also of relevance is the acronym for describing vehicles

    Identifying features
    Make & model

    (I could remember scrim but had to look up what it meant)
  8. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    That'l be a lesson for a few weeks down the line - thanks
  9. Remember:

    As an Order
    (with) Pauses

    or am i jumping ahead?
  10. Distance
    Coventional Signs

    ;) Alternatively use GPS:

  11. As we are all coming up with random acronyms I thought that I would jump on the band waggon!

    D - Determination
    O - Of
    G - Gunner, to.....
    S - Shoot
    H - Holes
    I - In
    T - Targets :wink:
  12. Description of suspects.


    I like 'looks like a right slag'

    or 'Blatant scrotebag'
  13. Every dame loves my hard d*ick,
    further stoppages gpmg.
  14. Please dont forget the rest of the information that needs to go with vehicle descriptions like....

    Occupants (no of and any decription of them)
    Direction (direction car/cammel was traveling in)
  15. A - Age
    B - Build
    C - Clothing
    D - Distinguishing features
    E - Elevation (height)
    F - Face
    G - Gait
    H - Hair
    I - Identity Class (ethnicity); white, black etc or police IC1, IC2 SYSTEM
    J - Jewellery