Roll Up, Roll Up, Enjoy The Show

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  1. Once a Cop says:

    I too found the use of EventBrite curious. Yes DCI Walsh did note it was an existing free service and WMP did not want its own booking system set up. Which ignores the fact that WM PCC uses EventBrite, without such a system response ‘enjoy’.

    Why would anyone attending this occasion need to provide proof of ID? If it is a PUBLIC hearing, does the law (or Statutory Instrument etc) say proof of ID is needed?

    • Alan says:

      You don’t need to book a place for the Public Gallery of a Court, and no ID is required. I think WMP have completely lost the plot unless they’re trying to make some kind of point, in which case they’ve failed

  2. Maz says:

    Absolutely appalled at the treatment of this officer. How can it ever be justified? Mrs May should hang her head in shame.

    • Alan says:

      Not many who would disagree with you, although much as I don’t like Mrs May I think the problem was more to do with West Midlands Police’s interpretation of the policy

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