A police dog from the Avon & Somerset force has joined his handler in taking part in a 'push-up challenge.'
PC Steve Hopwood is doing 22 push-ups a day as part of the #22Kill challenge.
The campaign gets it's name from the number of US service veterans who commit suicide every day. This is echoed in the British former-service community.
In this country, suicide is the biggest cause of death in men under 45. The campaign hopes to get more people to talk about suicide and stop people suffering in silence.
On the 9th day of his push-up challenge, PC Hopwood was joined by his canine team mate!
Watch the video here...
Suicide rates behind bars remain at an "alarmingly high level" as eight people took their own lives in the West Country alone last year.
Figures show four people took their own lives in Exeter prison, while two more died in Guys Marsh in Dorset. Deaths by suicide were also recorded in Dartmoor and Erlestoke prisons.
As the number of prisoners grow annually, and chronic overcrowding and staff cuts hit systems hard, deaths by suicide have risen by 46 per cent in the last three years.
The figure is among a total of 29 people who committed suicide across the country, with a further eight prisoners killed in apparent homicides during 2015 - the highest number in a single year since current recording practices began in 1978.
The Howard League for Penal Reform and Centre for Mental Health, supported by The Monument Trust, are working together on a joint programme on preventing people from dying by suicide in prison.
They saw around 40 per cent of prisoners who died by suicide in 2015 were on remand at the time of their deaths - despite people on remand make up only 15 per cent of the prison population at any one time.
Evidence suggests people held in prison on remand, or have been recalled while on licence, are disproportionately likely to take their own lives.
The father from Barnstaple devastated by the suicide of his son - wants to help other bereaved parents.
Paul Stevens was stunned when he heard his son had committed suicide. His family had no idea he was in such despair.
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A mother from Devon who's daughter committed suicide has released a poem the teenager wrote before she died.
Izzy Dix, who was 14, hanged herself at home in Brixham in September after being bullied.
It's hoped the poem, 'I Give Up', will raise awareness of bullying in schools and online.
Jane Nicklinson says she hopes another person will take on the legal action her husband Tony started over assisted suicide.
He was left paralysed and unable to talk after a near-fatal stroke seven years ago. Days after losing his legal battle, he died last week at home in Wiltshire.