“Two forces will publish details about officers who have been sacked or who have resigned while facing disciplinary proceedings in the first move of its kind in Britain.”
Daily Telegraph, 21st January 2013
It is not the misconduct of the individual officers that is to blame for the recent highly publicised Hillsborough,Plebgate, Hacking and even the paper sellers death, but the police management policies that caused them and are enforced through strict codes of conduct upon these individual PCs.
And in any event these scandels would not have been misconduct,if they had not been exposed, and do not involve conduct the individual PC has taken upon himself alone to engage in. Blaming the individual in a cllective force, where whistleblowing is a criminal offence is scape-goating, and only gives the appearance of solving the problem of an unaccountable police governance and practice., which lies at the heart of all these scandels.
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