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  1. A City pension firm is being sued for data breaches after sending pensions statements to wrong addresses. Date - 4th May 2021 By - Chris Smith A class action for compensation has begun in the High Court involving 474 Sussex officers over a breach of data in 2019. The action is being taken against Paymaster 1836, the pensions division of Equiniti Group which administers pensions for dozens of top companies. Trouble began in August 2019, when more than 750 annual benefit statements of Sussex officers were sent to the wrong postal addresses. The details included n
  2. A 'devoted' Sussex Police officer has died suddenly at home, just days after being told he would be investigated for breaching coronavirus rules. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9264979/Devoted-police-officer-43-dead-home-days-probe-launched-Covid-rule-breach.html
  3. A police officer wrecked a pricey drone by pressing the wrong buttons on its operating tablet, sending it plummeting 70ft to its destruction in Crawley, West Sussex. Craft had cost £64,000 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9155013/Blundering-cop-destroys-64-000-drone-pressing-wrong-buttons-remote-control-panel.html
  4. A police force has said a "significant number" of officers were assaulted while on duty on Christmas Day. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/significant-number-of-police-officers-assaulted-on-christmas-day/ar-BB1cfS0C?ocid=spartan-dhp-feeds
  5. A THIRD officer from the same police station faces disciplinary action over sex exploits in the space of just two weeks. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13434040/third-officer-police-station-disciplinary-sex/ Must be the sea air Hastings with cops on sex romps.
  6. Police officers have voiced concerns a new pilot scheme for shops to report crimes will make it 'too easy' to record offences, a police commissioner has revealed. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9021677/Police-officers-fear-new-pilot-scheme-shops-make-easy-record-crimes.html
  7. A LUCKLESS suspect was arrested covered in poo after he leapt into a slurry pit while fleeing police. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13358290/suspect-covered-poo-jumping-slurry-pit-cops/ feel sorry for the cops who have to arrest this man covered in poo🤮
  8. A COP could be sacked for allegedly sticking a photo of a female officer’s face on to a porn picture — as a Secret Santa gift. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13321301/cop-photo-female-officer-face-porn/
  9. An off-duty police worker who slammed into a 73-year-old pensioner while riding his bike has been let off with a £30 fine. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8980245/Policer-officer-crashed-terminally-ill-pensioner-73-let-30-fine.html This person should have known better and not ride on the pavement.👎
  10. A MAN has died after he was knifed in a horror attack near a Crawley train station. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13041130/three-bridges-stabbing-man-dies-knife-crawley/
  11. A police officer has been left seriously injured after he was stabbed in East Sussex. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/eastbourne-police-officer-stabbed-sussex-a4547016.html
  12. Chief inspector also accused of intimate liaison with domestic abuse victim. Sussex Police: Under scrutiny in recent years Date - 12th February 2019 By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle 2 Comments Officers and new recruits are being given specific training and guidance as a sex scandal-hit force faces renewed scrutiny over allegations of an on-duty intimate liaison between a chief inspector and a sergeant. Sussex Police is urging its workforce to adopt “appropriate professional boundaries” in the wake of a police watchdog confirming miscon
  13. Policing community astonished over continued use of old-fashioned kit. Officer revealed on social media some were still using Chubb and chain handcuffs Sussex Police is the only force still using dated chain and Chubb handcuffs, Police Oracle can reveal. Officers were in disbelief on social media when discovering the force opted for the “outdated” model until very recently with many saying they have been using rigid handcuffs since the 1990s. Our reporter contacted every force in England and Wales asking which type of handcuffs their officers use wit
  14. But spokesman says they had never held behind-closed-doors meeting before the claim made. A force has been accused of holding a misconduct hearing in private against the wishes of the independent chairman in charge of the process. An anonymous survey for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners found that legally qualified chairs (LQCs) across England and Wales are concerned about numerous issues related to publicity. Since the law was changed in May 2015 all misconduct and special case hearings must be held in in public by default. And since January 2016 they have
  15. jayhoop82

    Specials interview (Sussex Police)

    Hi, I have recently applied for the role of Special Constable with Sussex Police. I passed the various online "tests", and was asked to submit an online "CV". I was then, shortly afterwards, invited to book myself in for an interview on the 2nd of December. The only information I have on this interview is that it is to be on the Sussex Police code of ethics, and I was just hoping someone could offer any insight as to what form the questions are likely to take? I've been busy memorising the code of ethics etc, and also thinking of examples from my past that "cover" the various "codes", but if
  16. Fury over Sussex police anti-rape poster as campaigners claim the message suggests 'women are responsible' for becoming victims Sussex Police poster features two young women taking a selfie The message urges female friends to 'stick together' on a night out Campaigners say police should be targeting potential rapists instead But police say they have an obligation to urge women to minimise risks A police force has been slammed by anti-rape groups for publishing a poster which appears to blame women for allowing their friends to be attacked on nights out. Campaigners have criti
  17. http://www.itv.com/news/meridian/update/2015-02-16/police-officer-told-to-removed-union-flag-badge-from-uniform/ The press release from UK Cop Humour; https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B9RTYhRoubfdWTNBYldqRkFKYWs&usp=sharing So, it appears that there are issues in Sussex and North Wales regarding the wearing of these thin blue line union flag patches. Any issues in other forces to report?
  18. Victims should report crime online to help cut the number of 999 calls, the Home Secretary declared yesterday. Theresa May said using the internet would save police money and free up officers for frontline work. Already being tested at two forces, the scheme would cover non-emergency cases such as criminal damage and minor theft. Campaigners warned however that online reporting would further reduce face-to-face contact between police and public at a time when many local stations have closed. There are also fears it might give officers an excuse not to visit crime scenes or even ign
  19. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2846498/Police-officers-park-double-yellow-lines-shopping-burgers-Tesco.html We can all be forgiven for craving a bite to eat from time-to-time at work. But for two police officers the urge proved too much - as they were photographed parking their car on double-yellow lines before one nipped into a Tesco Express. The pair were left red-faced when a member of the public snapped the officer returning to the vehicle armed with what appeared to be a pack of burgers from the store. Public perception boys...

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