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thank you to TEN past and present Moderators

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people who help on this site are very often forgotten, fade away, never to be mentioned again, all their efforts and leadership not even acknowledged

So this post is simply here as a thank you to TEN past and present Moderators who stepped forward to help other members on this site, enforce the site's rules, enforce standards of common decency and inject a layer of Professionalism where needed, THANK YOU to all listed here
C U R R E N T
1. northorsouth began as Moderator at the end of 2019
2. bearguy became a Moderator in early 2020






P A S T
3. andy lamb Andy was a big voice on this site in 2017



4. freak freak was a real help also in 2017





5. AngelFx One of our leading Ladies from 2017
6. Kirk Kirk was heavily involved in this site right across 2017 and became a Moderator half way through the year then subsequently Administrator





7. manc-apollo became a Moderator at the end of 2017 right through to the launch of the Proboards Forums




8. Self Tapper was both a Moderator and an Administrator on this site





9. anewstart Moderator of note in 2016


10 Wyer Moderator of note in 2015


If you remember any of these 5 star legends , do please pitch in!! :slhehe:

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I recall them all bar 3 which were before my time of joining (self tapper/ anewstart/ wyer). The rest, including the current mods are a credit to the forum :slcl: :slcl: Thank you all

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Nerrrr, EVERYONE who takes an interest in this forum and strikes up conversation is a credit to it, mostly, we are on here for the same reason, the forum wouldn’t be here without everyone.

Let’s keep it up and keep conversation going, once the country starts to gain some normality, things will pick up.

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Thank you mods, your doing a fine job

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Totally agree, bearguy. But you’ve all done a sterling job keeping the place organised and maintained an environment suitable for all users. Some sites/pages lack a certain amount of discipline which allows a select few to jump on and abuse ppl who have genuine questions or concerns. Gladly, I’ve seen very little of that on here in the last 3 years or so and when I have, those responsible are swiftly removed.

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As I said before on another thread, there are thousands of Prison Officers in the country and this forum is relatively quiet.
Let’s keep the forum alive and keep giving advise to guys and girls who are apply or working in the service.
Thank you moderators !

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Same as TMH, only the last 3 i dont remember.

Well done to all the mods though for their continued food work. And thank you to all the members and their contributions
If not us, who? If not now, when?

Applied: 07/16
POELT Started: 01/17
Left Service: 03/19

Re-applied: 01/20
POELT Started: 06/20

Total Length of Service: 3 Years

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