Police recruitment vetting.

Peter Danby made this Freedom of Information request to National Police Chiefs' Council

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Dear National Police Chiefs Council,

1] As it is commonly known that UK police are or not employed by G4S security, what guidelines are given to the recruitment of migrant workers ?

2] How can UK police constabularies check migrant workers from blitzed countries for criminal records as Disclosure and Barring Service (CRB) in conjunction with yourselves cannot check migrant workers for criminal records ? Robin walker MP has confirmed that migrant workers from blitzed cannot be checked for criminal records as well".

3] In a recent policy document by the College of Policing how does the recruitment policy not contravene Human Rights violations ? New Vetting Code of Practice - College of Policing
12 Oct 2017 - Police vetting is used by forces in England and Wales to ensure the service is not exposed to potential risks and that only suitable people are employed as officers and staff. Today a new Vetting Code of Practice was laid in Parliament meaning chief constables must have regard to it. It will bring greater .

4] As politicians have not been vetted for there positions as honest upstanding men/women to vote in more legislation, how can members of the public have confidence in the new regime being implemented via parliament for police vetting ?

5] How can the public have confidence in the new recruitment policy if the police constabularies hierarchy are ignoring complaints from colleagues regarding criminal activity from police constables and other staff personal ?

6] Who will be responsible (a name is required) if this new vetting policy breaks Human Rights violations and constitutional law ?

7] Although the Code of Practice applies to the offices of police and crime commissioners, commissioners and their statutory deputies do not, by law, have to be vetted.
‘An individual will be disqualified from being elected as a PCC if they have been convicted in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man, of any imprisonable offence – whether or not actually sentenced to a term of imprisonment in respect of the offence.’ So will you elaborate on this National Police Chiefs Council, as to who knows whats going on ?

In response to the questions put to you National Police Chiefs Council, i require due diligence and a name of the man/woman replying to this FOI request.

Kind regards,

peter danby and associates

National Police Chiefs' Council

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Dear National Police Chiefs Council,

The word blitzed means no infrastructure, no electric, no gas and especially no police constabulary with computers for data collecting of criminal records.

kind regards,

peter danby and associates

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