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You acknowledge that the technical processing and transmission of the Tindle Newspapers Ltd site may involve changes to content to conform and adapt to technical requirements of networks or devices. can use your contribution, you confirm that your contribution is your own original work, is not defamatory and does not infringe any UK laws, that you have the right to give Tindle Newspapers Ltd.We assume no responsibility for the deletion of postings or failure to store postings. Copyright in your contribution will remain with you and this permission is not exclusive, so you can continue to use the material in any way including allowing others to use it. permission to use it for the purposes specified above, and that you have the consent of anyone who is identifiable in your contribution or the consent of their parent / guardian if they are under 16. We normally show your name with your contribution, unless you request otherwise, but for operational reasons this is not always possible. may need to contact you for administrative or verification purposes in relation to your contribution, or in relation to particular projects. the permission set out above on these terms, please do not submit or share your contribution to or with If you have any questions about contributing content to Tindle Newspapers Ltd., please email us using the Contact Us section of the site. In order to participate in and contribute to selected communities you may be required to register with You agree to use communities (including message and comment boards) in accordance with the following Community Rules.Dear Avon and Somerset Constabulary, I have been frequently reviewing the police website regarding the naming and shaming (NS) of drink or drug drivers over the Christmas and New Year period, which obviously should be a complete dataset so that the police cannot be accused of allowing selected individuals to avoid publicity which would be obviously unfair on those named.The first NS press release was dated 8th December and quoted "Since Operation Tonic, the annual Christmas campaign, began on Monday December 1, we have charged and named 36 people with drink or drug driving." "Marcus John Lynk, 42, of Bridgwater, Somerset, Dean George Brown, 28, of, Weston, Bath , Andrzej Pyzik, 50, of Temple Cloud, Edward Lister, 28, of Langport, Somerset, Alexander Gordon Peter Dixon, 23, of Tiverton, Devon, Lucy Ferrier-Jones, 24, of Yate, Bristol, Harry James Dunn, 20, of Winterbourne, Bristol, Phillip Adrian Price, 50, of Wotton-under- Edge, Gloucestershire, Mohamed Hassan Musa, 50, of St Pauls, Bristol, Anthony John Dunn, 51, of Woolavington, Somerset , Johnathon Dominic Mc Donald, 24, of Pontypool, Gwent , Dean Paul Harris, 35, of Clevedon, North Somerset , Karol Jordan Gasowski, 28, of Bournemouth, Dorset, Jason Anthony Vowles, 28, of Bishopsworth, Bristol, James Alexander Harrison-Bowen, 28, of Wells, Somerset , Dmitrij Bliumin, 28, of Kingswood, Bristol, Anwar Omer Osman, 29, of Crawley, West Sussex, Michal Wyrwa, 29, of St Anne’s Park, Bristol, Sarah Jane Holland, 30, of Wellington, Somerset, Magdalena Mach, 34, of Avon Park, Bristol, John Edward Christopher Sadgrove, 29, of Bedminster, Bristol, Thomas Henry Headford, 36, of Over Stowey, Bridgwater, Somerset, Simeon John Painter, 27, of Weston-super-Mare, Eva Eory, 46, of Henbury, Bristol, Julia Wallace, 50, of Saltford, Bristol, James Maximillian, 43, of Horfield, Bristol, Paul James Crocker, 23, of Hartcliffe, Bristol, Michael Francis Butler, 48, of Glossop, Derbyshire , Billy Roddick, 19, of Knowle, Bristol, Andrejs Capulis, 34, of Bridgwater, Somerset, Michael Ernest Mossman, 62, of Horfield, Bristol, Caroline Randall, 39, of Easton, Bristol, Christian Dominic Slade, 32, of Minehead, Somerset, John Andrew Gotting, 65, of, Frome, Somerset, Abdulaziz Mohammed Alamadi, 59, of Frenchay, Bristol,and Faisal Aluddin Rakin, 25, of Easton, Bristol." The next Press Release, dated 24th December,indicated, quote"A total of 3,676 drivers have been stopped and spoken to and 106 arrested, of which 54 so far have been charged and named",but unfortunately the additional 18 individuals were not disclosed and,at this stage apparently,there are still 52 arrested individuals who have not been charged and named.
You should, however, read any local house rules of the particular site or service you are using, as there may be some local variations to these Community Rules.Operation Tonic was a very high profile operation which gathered a lot of informaion which would be in the public interest to disclose, especially as the initial disclosure shows that very few females,compared to males,appear to be driving over the limit. For the complete 30 day period of Operation Tonic please confirm the total number of drivers who were stopped, the total number who were breathalysed,the total number who were found to be above the limit and were then arresed, and the total number who were arrested for refusing to be breathalysed. For the complete 30 day period of Operation Tonic please confirm the total number of drivers who were subjected to drug testing, the total number who were found to be above the limit and were then arresed, and the total number who were arrested for refusing to be tested.Please also confirm the drugs, if any,identified by the drugs test. Please confirm the names,ages, and basic addresses of the 18 individuals missing from the Press Release dated 24th December, and the same data for the remaining motorists arrested and charged up until the end of Operation Tonic, so that the driver gender,age profile, and origin may be plotted. After data analysis, for the period of Operation Tonic,for arrested individuals only,please confirm the highest and lowest alcohol levels recorded for both male or female individuals, and the respected total number for males and females arrested and charged.Advertisers are reminded that advertisements submitted for publication should not contravene the Equality Act 2010, by indicating an intention to discriminate between the sexes.Where an exemption is considered, a statement giving details of the grounds on which the exemption is based must be offered to the Publishers.