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  • CST Chairman Gerald Ronson CBE donates exoskeleton to paralysed British Police officer

    14 Sep 2016 by CST

    The Gerald Ronson Family Foundation has donated a revolutionary ‘Rewalk’ robotic exoskeleton to paralysed British Police Officer, Nicki Donnelly. The Foundation, alongside CST, made the connection between Rewalk and Nicki Donnelly, who had been paralysed whilst serving in the West Midlands Police, sustaining a serious spinal cord injury in the line of duty in 2009. She was left paralysed by the injury, but with aid of the exoskeleton is now able to walk again.  

  • Police appeal for information following antisemitic incident on train

    12 Oct 2015 by CST

    British Transport Police want to speak to several men following antisemitic chanting on the 19:03 train from Watford Junction to Birmingham New Street on Saturday 15th August 2015. A group of West Ham supporters, who are believed to have left the train at Northampton, chanted antisemitic songs and were challenged by a man who boarded the train at Watford Junction.  

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