Some people don\’t get it, do they?
Helen Reynolds, a health and safety officer with Lancashire Constabulary, said that the current phrase, which praises officers for acting “with no thought to his or her safety” should be toned down.
She suggested changing the words to "fully recognising the risks to their own safety".
Speaking at the conference of the Association of Police Health and Safety Advisers in Cardiff, she said: "We need to recognise the bravery of these officers but we also need to emphasise the importance of keeping them safe.
"Safety does not prevent them from doing brave acts."
Bravery is, by definition, doing things that risk your own safety to achieve some other goal.