Suffolk changes

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Suffolk changes

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jay 1,

Do you think the PCSO losses can be managed by natural wastage or are you expecting redeployments and redundancies.

The PCC makes a very valid point regarding other agencies dumping their workload on to the police with a good example of mental health issues. The need for the police to have stricter screening processes and refusing to attend something that is clearly not a police matter is something I've mentioned here and elsewhere.
I have seen the truth and it makes no sense.
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Not likely through wastage.
Reapply for our joes and redeployment.
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We will also be Working 0800 - 1800 mon to sun, split into three shift.......because as We all know nothimg hapoens after 1800.. And everyone We need to see is in before 1800.
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Will you be working Bank Holidays or has your Senior Management Team finally realised that criminals don't offend on BH's?
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No bank holiday working
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powdermonkey wrote:Will you be working Bank Holidays or has your Senior Management Team finally realised that criminals don't offend on BH's?
Don't worry - the Police will pick up the slack :)
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does anybody actually want this Moffat on this board? I suggest we ban him, any seconders?
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falkor,

I'm tempted to say yes but it's probably better to ignore him. He can be entertaining in his stupidity though, like a not very bright puppy.
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Hi Guys,

Morale is so low at the moment even though we have some breathing space i still believe that the role of a PCSO as we see it will go and we will possibly be re deployed if we are lucky and if we do,it will be in a role that probably is still called " Neighbourhood policing " but will be earning less than what we do now and probably not operational but we will be still lucky to have a job....I hope,
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