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Revealed: government plans for police privatisation

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Revealed: government plans for police privatisation

Postby ceylon » Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:48 pm

Revealed: government plans for police privatisation

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/mar/0 ... irms-crime

Re: Revealed: government plans for police privatisation

Postby rrrelp007 » Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:32 am

To all corporate Policy (police) Officers

Hmmm, well a little message for you rank and file Policy Officers, perhaps you will take stalk now. Wake up and realise your job will likely be put out to tender e.g. private contractors and even if they re-employ you do you really think your going to retain the benefits you currently enjoy today, including early retirement with a big fat cash payment and pension, I think not.

I believe now would be a really good time to consider doing the job you were actually employed to do, that is be a Policeman not a corporate policy enforcer. Fulfil your remit by protecting and serving the people and keeping the peace, as per your oath, under the law of this country which is “Common Law”.
Seriously, who pays your salary, it’s us and you’re generously remunerated too. If you don’t have the law of the land abiding people on your side you and your job is toast, make no mistake, along with your pension and benefits. Remember, the people of this land are sovereign and therefore ultimately hold the real power. Finally and in all sincerity, for those of you who are indeed Policemen, thank you for your assistance, good job.

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Re: Revealed: government plans for police privatisation

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