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M O'D

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For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« on: February 08, 2011, 11:54:38 AM »
A very interesting public information request concerning the Keystone Cops of Notts - particularly the fee schedule detailed in the answer to question 4. . .

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/57658/response/148184/attach/html/3/0001%2000002911%20Resp%2011RESPONSE%20LETTER.DOC.doc.html

n a m a s t e  ;)
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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2011, 11:50:32 AM »
well done.

So the tax payer is paying for costs of corporations enforcing unlawful evictions?
Its the Blue light gang.

It rather appears to me, Policing is a career in 'enforcement,' as appose to Policing, or even better, 'Peace Keepers,' which is claimed by the individuals playing those roles. They are not interested in following the Law, because they don't know what the law is. You only need ask any cop a couple of penetrating questions to establish this for yourself.




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For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC - Part 2
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2011, 10:55:19 AM »
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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2011, 01:16:39 PM »
Page does not exist is all I am getting there man,

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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2011, 09:35:43 PM »
amazing, it clearly shows they are a corporation if they are up for hire...

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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2011, 09:36:50 PM »
Amended. Thank you boooosh baby  :)
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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #7 on: March 24, 2011, 12:03:26 AM »
I particularly like this question
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3. if it is possible to hire the services of Medway police force
would you kindly provide the names of the companies that hired the
services of Medway police force from January 2010 to January 2011?

That should generate an interesting response!

namaste
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Notts Police Force reluctant to answer questions on 'risk assessment'
« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2011, 08:31:00 PM »
Readers will recall that the FOI request that began this thread lead to Notts Police Force claiming that a risk assessment had been provided to the cops prior to 4 November 2010. The follow up question asked who was responsible for deciding that 21 constables were required to cordon off the neighbouring streets and help the bailiffs steal the home for the Badfume and Burgle Bank.

The FOI officer claimed that the risk assessment documents were in a "policy log" and that the decision on the deployment of 21 officers was made by the "Public Order Commander". The request for this information was made on 21 March 2011. The reply of April 12 can be read here http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/further_information_request_abou.

You may notice that the police have failed to provide the requested information, thereby breaching the 2000 Freedom of Information Act. 

Therefore, a new FOI request http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/missing_information_request#incoming-170244 asks for the following:
 
 1. The names and contact details of the Public Order Commander and the Initial Public Order Commander who conducted the
assessment prior to the eviction on 4 November 2010.

2. The location of the risk assessment which the Force claims is stored within the policy logs.

Will they try and wriggle out of it?   ::)




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Re: For Hire: Notts Police Force PLC.
« Reply #10 on: May 28, 2011, 12:45:20 PM »
So, after some prevarication on the part of Notts Police, we at long last have the names of those responsible for ordering 21 officers to go and evict the two peaceful inhabitants on 4th November, 2010

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/missing_information_request#incoming-178083

The Advanced Public Order Commander was Supt Mike Manley and the Initial Public Order Commander was Chief Inspector Ross Cook, both of Shervood Lodge, Arnold, the Headquarters of Notts Police Force PLC.

The next step will be to procure copies of the "Risk Assessment" upon which the two "Commanders" came to the conclusion that such a large deployment of goons in uniforms was appropriate.

namaste

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Nottinghamshire Police force has paid out £446,499 in compensation to injured officers and civilian workers in the last five years, according to recently published figures.


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Figures show that 43 successful claims were entered between 2007 and 2012, including one member of staff receiving £8,000 in compensation after tripping over a pile of paper.


The figures, published by the force in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, revealed other payouts included £16,610 to an officer who was hurt tripping over blankets while catching a criminal and £18,400 to an employee who fell off a chair and injured their back.


Furthermore, one worker received £10,615 when they were burnt by boiling water and another got £4,450 for slipping on an empty bottle in a car park.


However, the biggest payout was £43,000 for an employee who slipped on ice in a loading bay and injured their back.


Commenting on the figures, Mark Spencer, Conservative MP for Sherwood, where the headquarters of Notts Police is based, said:


"We have lost the plot in terms of what we think it is acceptable to claim for.”


However, Chairman of the Notts branch of the Police Federation, Phil Matthews, defended the right of officers to make claims, highlighting that the figures published do not reveal the extent of injuries in each case.


He said:


“There are more to all of these claims than are in the document. You do not get thousands of pounds because you have tripped over something – you get it because you have suffered a serious injury."


Malcolm Turner, Police Deputy Head of Legal Services, commented:


"While some incidents may apparently seem to be trivial, the consequences which might flow from them can, on occasion, be very significant.


“Claims are handled in-house and all are carefully scrutinised to ensure compensation is only paid in cases where that is appropriate and the amounts paid are in line with the guidance issued by the Judicial College.”

http://www.workplacelaw.net/services/news/47668/nottinghamshire-police-pay-450-000-to-settle-claims
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