Llandudno’s Police Community Support Officers
PCSO 2616 Sarah Curry & how she deals with the community:
PCSO Chris Perkins & how he deals with the community especially autistic 13 year old’s:
PCSO Pamela Hayer
How she lied to protect her job and PCSO Perkins
Three disgusting people employed by North Wales Police and patrolling the streets of Llandudno.
What you need to know about PCSO’s
A PCSO is a uniformed civilian member of police support staff in England and Wales
PCSOs are not attested constables, and therefore do not have the same powers of arrest under section 24 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. They can, however, utilise the ‘any person’ powers of arrest under section 24A of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (commonly known as a citizens’ arrest).
PCSOs have a duty to act in the same manner and to the same standards as a police constable. In the case of North Wales Police their standards are lower than a snakes belly.
There role is to be non-confrontational, In the case of PCSO Chris Perkins he gets a fail.
A PCSO can disperse groups and remove under 16s to their place of residence, they cannot as in the case of PCSO Chris Perkins call a 13 year old autistic boy a fat shit and then jump on his back body slam him and drag him off to a police station.
What is a citizens arrest