North Wales Police are not very professional when it comes to policing and who they should and should not arrest, but they are extremely efficient at wasting our money…..
Last year North Wales Police cost the tax payer £10,000 pounds plus in the four illegal arrests of me, all of which amounted to nothing because they were just that…..Illegal.
These arrests were trumped up at the behest of the MP for Clwyd West, David Jones, all because I had exposed him as the main author behind the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’…..
I had also proved the complicatedness of North Wales Police with the same blog and its authors.
David Jones had used the blog anonymously to defame his political opponents and people he disliked in general.
North Wales Police used the blog as an intel tool and as a method of besmirching the reputations of people they were seeking unsound convictions against.
Nigel and Wendy Roberts formally of Nigel Roberts newsagents I discovered were police informants.
This we all know and has been written about before now.
What is yet to be revealed is the cost to the tax payer when North Wales Police face their illegal actions against me in the civil courts.
Now I was arrested and detained four times, My home was illegally raided and my goods confiscated along with children’s toys and passports.
In time everything bar our passports were returned, North Wales Police have refused to return our passports.
I was also assaulted on all four occasions by the arresting officers…..
All this North Wales Police will be held accountable for.
North Wales Police try they hardest to brush theses and other issues under the carpet, in the hope that people like me will give up on our endeavours for justice, I will not.
I would encourage anyone who has been mistreated by the very corrupt institution that is North Wales Police to speak out, do not let them get away with it simply because they are the police, do not be afraid of them, they are our servants remember that…..Stand up and fight…..
Here we have another example of North Wales Police efficiency in wasting public money:
By | John Leyden 18th December 2015 12:01
North Wales Police outsourcing deal results in massive overspend
Meh, it’s only taxpayers’ money, it’s not like anyone will notice. Right?
Attempts by North Wales Police (NWP) to rationalise IT spending have backfired after a project aimed at saving them money by moving towards a single supplier went seriously over-budget.
The police force hoped to save £700,000 per year by outsourcing multiple functions to a single (unnamed) IT contractor but wound up spending £853,000 more than it would have had to pay if it had stuck with its pre-existing system of multiple suppliers.
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NWP chief finance officer Kate Jackson got a rough ride when she was grilled about the outsourcing deal by overseers on the North Wales police and crime panel this week.
The controversial handling of the forces computing services follows news that the cash-strapped force paid £560,000 for a mobile phone service that had never been used. The money for that contract, which started in 2013, was refunded. Whether the force will be able to claw back any of its spending on the outsourcing contract remains unclear.
”We chose our IT supplier on April 1 which was supposed to save us around £700,000 per annum,” Jackson told the police and crime panel meeting, the Daily Post reports. “Even after taking into account the well-publicised refund from the mobile phone provider, the IT and communications budget still shows a significant overspend.”
“We had expected some additional cost during the handover period but not on this scale,” she added.
Conwy councillor Julie Fallon pointedly asked Jackson how a change originally justified as a means to create savings had resulted in such a serious overspend.
The finance officer replied: ”It’s not a particular IT system; it’s the in-house IT department. We thought by bringing it all into one contract, rather than having seven or eight different contracts, it would save money. But the bills are coming in and they are not saving money and actually costing more,” the North Wales Chronicle reported.
“Discussions are going on with the contractor to see where the extra has come about and where we can get the money back,” she said, adding that the police force hoped to reduce overspend this year before fixing the situation in future years.
Police forces across the UK are under huge pressure to cut spending, with anti-terrorism budgets being the few items of spending approved for increase by central government. Liz Saville Roberts, Plaid Cymru MP for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, branded the extra costs from the outsourcing deal by a North Wales Police as a worrying amount of waste, “particularly during a time when front-line police staff are facing job cuts”.
North Wales Police are due to lose 57 police community support officers over the next three years.
North Wales police commissioner Winston Roddick told the panel: ”We are planning on further cuts of £8.3 million over the next four years. We haven’t got any additional money.”
Commissioner Roddick has requested an internal investigation. ”I have instructed the force to look into this (IT) matter to find out why it is costing more than we were led to believe by the provider. The force is due to report back to me in the new year.” ®