The Criminals Have More Rights And Respect Than We Do…..

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  1. David Knight says:

    http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/tim-passmore-suffolk-police-and-crime-commissioner-stop-the-closure-of-the-suffolk-police-control-room

    Alan,

    As usual, on several levels, a bloody great post Lad!

    I have shared the following with my chums and thought of you.

    If you are minded please sign this petition. Look for my comment signed D Knight Helsby, strangely enough. (Only just posted though). Perhaps you would like to comment and prompt other signatories to ask for an impact assessment or risk assessment report for this change. This is something I omitted in my comment. Damn!

    Anyway, having read Sir John Stevens report, requested by the Labour Party and the closest we shall come to a Royal Commission looking at the police service for the first time since 1960, I don’t hold out much hope as I believe police regionalisation is just around the corner i.e. 43 forces down to about 8 or 5 in the next 5 yrs! Then maybe Police England. It happened in Scotland.

    These are worrying times for public sector workers.

    Sir Johns exec summary here – but you have probably lost interest by now. http://independentpolicecommission.org.uk/commission-report-launched—monday-25th-november-2013

    Thank you David

    Pugna crimen, omni tempore, quotidie

    David

    Pugna crimen, omni tempore, quotidie

    >

    • Thank you for your comments David, I have signed and circulated the petition, although like you, I suspect that Regional or even National Police Forces are just around the corner. That was probably the Long Game all along

  2. David Knight says:

    http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/tim-passmore-suffolk-police-and-crime-commissioner-stop-the-closure-of-the-suffolk-police-control-room

    Alan,

    As usual, on several levels, a bloody great post Lad!

    I have shared the following with my chums and thought of you.

    If you are minded please sign this petition. Look for my comment signed D Knight Helsby, strangely enough. (Only just posted though). Perhaps you would like to comment and prompt other signatories to ask for an impact assessment or risk assessment report for this change. This is something I omitted in my comment. Damn!

    Anyway, having read Sir John Stevens report, requested by the Labour Party and the closest we shall come to a Royal Commission looking at the police service for the first time since 1960, I don’t hold out much hope as I believe police regionalisation is just around the corner i.e. 43 forces down to about 8 or 5 in the next 5 yrs! Then maybe Police England. It happened in Scotland.

    These are worrying times for public sector workers.

    Sir Johns exec summary here – but you have probably lost interest by now. http://independentpolicecommission.org.uk/commission-report-launched—monday-25th-november-2013

    Thank you David

    Pugna crimen, omni tempore, quotidie

    David

    Pugna crimen, omni tempore, quotidie

    >

    • Thank you for your comments David, I have signed and circulated the petition, although like you, I suspect that Regional or even National Police Forces are just around the corner. That was probably the Long Game all along

  3. davidbfpo says:

    What a superb question that would be for the Home Secretary, from a MP who was the Police Federation’s Parliamentary Adviser. A post that disappeared long ago, no doubt for ‘spin doctors” to be paid instead.

  4. davidbfpo says:

    What a superb question that would be for the Home Secretary, from a MP who was the Police Federation’s Parliamentary Adviser. A post that disappeared long ago, no doubt for ‘spin doctors” to be paid instead.

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