Social Media Is Not Without Its Risks

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  1. ideb8 says:

    I know it may seem a bit anarchic to a hierarchy, but why can’t large organisations just let a thousand SM bloody flowers bloom and be done with it, as long as no sensitive info’ is revealed.

    Give police SM users complete freedom & protection in return for a big but independently administered boot if the agreed policy is flouted.

    If policy isn’t agreed at all levels but is instead imposed, these cat and mouse games will persist and waste ever more resources in the chase.

    For policy to be mutually agreeable at all levels, it is self-defeating only for the top brass to discuss policy publicly. If staff are suppressed rather than respected, they’ll flout rules and hide from the hounds.

    Unless the service can accommodate others in the footsteps of James, also willing to discuss policy implications, yet allowed free to do so, foxhunting may as well be reprieved – with SM users all furred up for the fun and managers daily flailing against those flying from their might..

  2. tpr says:

    The fact that Superintendent Paul Richards is head of PSD, instigated the complaint, then had private conversations with the British Cop on twitter, then deleted those messages, and then had days off instead of going to the hearing or offering any account – is one of the biggest signs of the force being totally unprofessional.

  3. tpr says:

    The fact that Superintendent Paul Richards is head of PSD, instigated the complaint, then had private conversations with the British Cop on twitter, then deleted those messages, and then had days off instead of going to the hearing or offering any account – is one of the biggest signs of the force being totally unprofessional.

  4. Lesley says:

    There is definately a moral obligation for this to be put right, unfortunately this won’t happen. When your face doesn’t fit any longer the Police will stop at nothing to get that officer out. The hearing on Tuesday 8 April proves that. Another excellent police officer has lost his job and his life as been destroyed.

  5. Lesley says:

    There is definately a moral obligation for this to be put right, unfortunately this won’t happen. When your face doesn’t fit any longer the Police will stop at nothing to get that officer out. The hearing on Tuesday 8 April proves that. Another excellent police officer has lost his job and his life as been destroyed.

  6. ideb8 says:

    The scope for unsupervised supervisors in the police service seems inexhaustible – this travesty may also require the attention of SuperJenk..!

    ( https://twitter.com/WikiPickie/statuses/454287056433594368 )

    Is it a bird, is it a plane – no, it’s Bernard Jenkin MP. The only visibly independently minded Tory willing to speak the truth and attempt to shame top brass into acting justly.

  7. ideb8 says:

    The scope for unsupervised supervisors in the police service seems inexhaustible – this travesty may also require the attention of SuperJenk..!

    ( https://twitter.com/WikiPickie/statuses/454287056433594368 )

    Is it a bird, is it a plane – no, it’s Bernard Jenkin MP. The only visibly independently minded Tory willing to speak the truth and attempt to shame top brass into acting justly.

  8. ideb8 says:

    Yes, “the Police will stop at nothing to get that officer out” – especially if your MP helps to shame the top echelons by showing them up quite clearly as unreconstructed bullies.

    It’s quite obvious to members of the public that the top brass care FAR more about insubordination than for an employee or his/her “welfare”.

    “By a quirk of the rules, police offices are denied what is called “interim relief” in constructive dismissal cases, so he will cease to be paid from 6 June while he awaits his tribunal, which will not be until August or September.”

    http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201314/cmhansrd/cm140410/debtext/140410-0002.htm

    If only it were a quirk though. When a barrister in an employment tribunal case is instructed in no uncertain terms to block “interim relief” for the officer, we can only discern the spite of a thwarted child.

    http://www.channel4.com/news/met-police-stop-whistleblowers-pay

  9. ideb8 says:

    Yes, “the Police will stop at nothing to get that officer out” – especially if your MP helps to shame the top echelons by showing them up quite clearly as unreconstructed bullies.

    It’s quite obvious to members of the public that the top brass care FAR more about insubordination than for an employee or his/her “welfare”.

    “By a quirk of the rules, police offices are denied what is called “interim relief” in constructive dismissal cases, so he will cease to be paid from 6 June while he awaits his tribunal, which will not be until August or September.”

    http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201314/cmhansrd/cm140410/debtext/140410-0002.htm

    If only it were a quirk though. When a barrister in an employment tribunal case is instructed in no uncertain terms to block “interim relief” for the officer, we can only discern the spite of a thwarted child.

    http://www.channel4.com/news/met-police-stop-whistleblowers-pay

  10. ideb8 says:

    How often do you get deja vu? Strange..

    “Mr Pan’s solicitors were critical of the ‘balancing exercise’ that had been carried out by the Employment Judge”

    http://jac.judiciary.gov.uk/1364.htm

  11. ideb8 says:

    How often do you get deja vu? Strange..

    “Mr Pan’s solicitors were critical of the ‘balancing exercise’ that had been carried out by the Employment Judge”

    http://jac.judiciary.gov.uk/1364.htm

  12. ideb8 says:

    Don’t know, the judge may’ve been correct but I’ve a creepy feeling of bias

    “On each occasion, the employment judge intervened to ask the witness a leading question, which effectively answered for them..I found out later that the judge had not read my ET1”

    http://www.struckout.co.uk/tag/employment-judges

  13. ideb8 says:

    Don’t know, the judge may’ve been correct but I’ve a creepy feeling of bias

    “On each occasion, the employment judge intervened to ask the witness a leading question, which effectively answered for them..I found out later that the judge had not read my ET1”

    http://www.struckout.co.uk/tag/employment-judges

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