With the largest helmet badge of any police force in England and Wales, Hampshire and Isle of Wight's police constables certainly stand out.
And they've got a big job to do - 220 miles of motorway and trunk roads, 253 miles of coastline, and whilst there are no major metropolitan areas, the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth in the south and towns Aldershot and Farnborough in the north see their fair share of serious crime.
Driven by a week of public anger at the banking system, the announcement of an independent review is acknowledgement of the need to call those responsible to account.
It's not yet clear who will lead the review of how banks were able to fiddle their own lending rates but it will be independent, and will report before the end of summer, with the possibility of new criminal sanctions either for individuals or institutions.
Combine three words - Blair, Murdoch, Iraq - and the result has to be a front page newspaper headline.
So the Guardian's serialisation of Alastair Campbell's diaries produces a storm, but has it really told us any more about the influence of the press on public policy? Or where the line should be drawn in deciding what is undue influence?
Is it the press pack hunting Chris Huhne, or politicians scenting the chance of a leg-up?
The papers have again been full of reshuffle speculation. But the investigation by Essex Police into claims Mr Huhne passed speeding points onto someone else has been running since May and there may yet be further twists.
This year the finalists of the Schools Questions and Answers competition will host a live BBC debate, and get a tour of Parliament.
The idea is to move on from the popular Schools Question Time, where teenagers took over David Dimbleby's TV programme for the evening, and give schools a wider introduction to the world of Westminster.
Katia Zatuliveter managed to prove a negative at the Special Immigration hearing and convince three judges, including a former head of MI5, that she should not be deported on grounds of national security.
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