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We invited Sir Ian Blair’s Pet to summarise the latest view on Policing
Heres what he had to say . . .
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The Pay & Negotiating Board have been told by Home Secretary Theresa May that the debating will be completed by Tuesday 26th July 2011. We have until then to impress upon Government how the 20% Cuts and 3 Reports, WINSOR, HUTTON & NEYROUD will affect OUR Police Service & in turn OUR Communities.
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Visit YOUR MP and tell him / her how the changes will affect YOU and YOUR community. If you are unsure how YOUR Police Service will be affected take a read of our articles. Ask for them to sign the Early Day Motion for a Royal Commission into Policing.
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Next time YOU speak to YOUR local Police Officer ask how YOUR Police Service will be affected.
WHY ARE WE PRESSING GOVERNMENT
A ROYAL COMMISSION?
This is why!
YOUR Police Service is at RISK which means YOUR safety
20% Cuts and 3 reports are in wide circulation
WINSOR, HUTTON & NEYROUD they all seek to change the structure of todays Police Service but at what cost to YOU?
Policing organisations: ACPO The Association of Chief Police Officers, APA Association of Police Authorities, NPIA National Policing Improvement Agency, The UK Government and these 3 report writers have had little or no consultation with YOU the General Public over this restructure.
A Royal Commission will rectify this YOU will have a say and create stability and security for the future.
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Police related organisations now have so many fingers in the pie of reform that they are losing sight of the very people they are working for – The general Public!
3 major reports (Winsor Hutton and Neyroud); Chief Chris Sims article; The Association of Police Authorities, National Policing Improvement Agency, Association of Chief Police Officers and then Government.
Chasing their tales but now entering the Police Negotiating Board stage are the Police Federation representing 140,000 rank & file Officers.
Not entering the debate are other Criminal Justice organisations such as the Crown Prosecution Service and the Judiciary?
But, and you know what’s coming here, where are the public bodies in all of these debates? The victims?
It’s astonishing that major decisions which will affect service delivery and the Office of Constable are being debated without public consultation.
The Police Service cannot allow their guard to be broken. So much is at stake. Europe is set to go into meltdown with an ever limited bail out system of finance. This will eventually allow the likes of crime gangs to move in on the vulnerable Countries. Could the UK be one such Country?
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