Tom Winsor Hasn’t Finished With You Yet…..

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  1. Grandma B says:

    And if you get a call out and trip over the pavement because you are clumsy, don’t forget to sue the member of the public who was naive enough to expect service from the police!

  2. Grandma B says:

    And if you get a call out and trip over the pavement because you are clumsy, don’t forget to sue the member of the public who was naive enough to expect service from the police!

  3. Tanya Smith says:

    Hmm. I certainly knew about this as did various members of my family still serving – it’s a big worry. Especially for those who are ‘no longer youngsters’ as my sister says…

  4. ideb8 says:

    Judging by their FOI avoidance policy, the Met seem not just economical with truth but quite free to act vindictively from behind their chinese wall of inscrutability.

    Even the most persistent of retired and angry inquisitors can inflict little more than a dent in skin so thick and caloused.

    When whistleblowers are maliciously and deliberately skewered fleeing from the wall, with no-one seemingly able even to chip it, what hope do the vulnerable have, caught in the employ of the Met and voicelessly subject to top-down edicts from unaccountable promotion-seekers still planning to cut 20%, cut 20% & cut 20%

    If CoPS has a remit catering only for officers no longer in the service, surely those unavoidably unfit for full duties yet still employed merit their own representative and supportive body?

    Perhaps CoLDS (care of light duties survivors) could speak out and urge a £3,000 bonus reduction from all ACPO target-chasers instead..

    • I heard today from Information Commissioner’s Office in respect of my complaint against a certain Police Service. It seems that they see not very prompt to respond to ICO but I should have some kind of result soon. But don’t get injured boys and girls, you can no longer rely on The Job looking after you. Long term you might even get sacked

      • Dunnickin says:

        Yes Winsor has plenty of shocks in store still to come over the next few years.One of the Feds greatest failings imho was its unwillingness to highlight the horrors yet to come.As a front line officer still a few years away from 30 I am seriously looking at throwing the towel in- there are only so many times you can be kicked and told you are crap,before you either start fighting back (not much sign of that regretably) or get up and get out.

  5. ideb8 says:

    Judging by their FOI avoidance policy, the Met seem not just economical with truth but quite free to act vindictively from behind their chinese wall of inscrutability.

    Even the most persistent of retired and angry inquisitors can inflict little more than a dent in skin so thick and caloused.

    When whistleblowers are maliciously and deliberately skewered fleeing from the wall, with no-one seemingly able even to chip it, what hope do the vulnerable have, caught in the employ of the Met and voicelessly subject to top-down edicts from unaccountable promotion-seekers still planning to cut 20%, cut 20% & cut 20%

    If CoPS has a remit catering only for officers no longer in the service, surely those unavoidably unfit for full duties yet still employed merit their own representative and supportive body?

    Perhaps CoLDS (care of light duties survivors) could speak out and urge a £3,000 bonus reduction from all ACPO target-chasers instead..

    • I heard today from Information Commissioner’s Office in respect of my complaint against a certain Police Service. It seems that they see not very prompt to respond to ICO but I should have some kind of result soon. But don’t get injured boys and girls, you can no longer rely on The Job looking after you. Long term you might even get sacked

      • Dunnickin says:

        Yes Winsor has plenty of shocks in store still to come over the next few years.One of the Feds greatest failings imho was its unwillingness to highlight the horrors yet to come.As a front line officer still a few years away from 30 I am seriously looking at throwing the towel in- there are only so many times you can be kicked and told you are crap,before you either start fighting back (not much sign of that regretably) or get up and get out.

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