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Former Scotland Yard poster girl sues IPCC for £144,000 | Daily Mail Online

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obsidian_eclipse

From what she said, the IPCC aren't doing their jobs properly because they're sticking up for cop's instead of properly prosecuting them.

I think I've miss judged the IPCC and feel like I should have sent them a Valentine's card or something.

On a more serious note. It will be interesting to see what transpires here. Is there a problem with the IPCC or are there other motivations at play?

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Pavillion

My experience with the IPCC (now IOPC) is they are very poorly trained and do not know how to investigate or even right a simple report. This might be the reason they have had a recent over haul.

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Mac7
My experience with the IPCC (now IOPC) is they are very poorly trained and do not know how to investigate or even right a simple report. This might be the reason they have had a recent over haul.



I agree. However, a change in name is not far enough.

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MerseyLLB

Over to you IOPC. 

Your problem now.

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Lone Wolf

Her claim for £144,000 compensation after just six months employment seems quite absurd.

Most police officers would strongly disagree with her in that the rot within the IOPC isn't the investigators but the commissioners.

18 hours ago, Pavillion said:

My experience with the IPCC (now IOPC) is they are very poorly trained and do not know how to investigate or even right a simple report. This might be the reason they have had a recent over haul.

I see what you did there :)

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Reasonable Man
Her claim for £144,000 compensation after just six months employment seems quite absurd.

Why?

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Zulu 22
1 hour ago, Reasonable Man said:


Why?

Why not?

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Reasonable Man
Why not?

I don't know. It may be but I didn't make the comment.
Is it absurd because it's too much or too little?

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Zulu 22

There is the term "Milking it". I always wondered what skills she had to be an investigator, other than being a fox in the hen cote.  

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Reasonable Man

So think she's claiming too much?
How much compensation should she have, if her case is proven?

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Zulu 22
2 minutes ago, Reasonable Man said:

So think she's claiming too much?
How much compensation should she have, if her case is proven?

You tell us as you know everything. ;)

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Reasonable Man

I know nothing. Others must because they have strong opinions about the absurdity of her claim and that it's not worth that much. I wonder what they know that I don't.

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David

Well, I do rather wonder if comparisons with officers injured on duty can be a yardstick. You know, the ones awarded comparatively paltry amounts by courts for suffering broken bones and other injuries in actually arresting suspects.

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Reasonable Man
Well, I do rather wonder if comparisons with officers injured on duty can be a yardstick. You know, the ones awarded comparatively paltry amounts by courts for suffering broken bones and other injuries in actually arresting suspects.

Apples and oranges though.
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