Decision to remove South Yorkshire's Chief Constable branded 'unfair, disproportionate and unreasonable'

Decision to remove South Yorkshire's Chief Constable branded 'unfair, disproportionate and unreasonable'
 

0 Have your say The Chief Inspector of Constabulary has described the decision to remove Chief Constable David Crompton from his post as 'conspicuously unfair, disproportionate and unreasonable'.
Sir Tom Winsor's views were expressed in correspondence with South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Alan Billings, while was debating the police chief's future.
The PCC called for Mr Crompton's immediate resignation yesterday over a statement he made following the conclusion of the Hillsborough disaster inquests.
He said Mr Crompton had 'sought to justify' the stance taken by his force's... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 26
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