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Friday, 15 April 2011

"Top Police Jobs - No Local Officers Good Enough"

THERE were no suitable officers in the States police to fill either of the two new Superintendent posts, the Home Affairs Minister has said.
That is why recruits were brought in from the UK.
Two UK officers, Stewart Gull and Bernard Gravett, are taking up the Superintendent Head of Crime and Superintendent Head of Operations posts.
Senator Ian Le Marquand said that he needed officers with extensive experience to avoid the problems associated with the historical abuse inquiry and the Curtis Warren drugs case.

SO, according to Le Marquand:

Senator Ian Le Marquand said that "he needed officers with extensive experience to avoid the problems associated with the historical abuse inquiry and the Curtis Warren drugs case." The problems with the Curtis Warren case are plain to see, corrupt policemen!

The problems that were associated with the historical abuse inquiry were of Le Marquand's, and other politicians and local despots own making! IT'S CALLED CORRUPTION & COVER UP!

RICO SORDA has just published a post today covering this very topic, please click on the green link below to get a real idea of "The Jersey Way"

http://ricosorda.blogspot.com/2011/04/sojp-succession-planning.html

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