Merseyside police and fire services 'to merge' in a bid combat goverment cuts

Merseyside police and fire services 'to merge' in a bid combat goverment cuts
 

Police and fire services on Merseyside are set to merge in a bid to protect the frontline from swingeing government cuts.
Ambitious plans are being proposed that would see Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service combine back office and professional services to save money.
Cuts since 2010 have reduced the number police officer and staff posts by 1,700 as the force grapples with balancing its books.
Earlier this year, 100 firefighter posts were cut after Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service had its budget slashed by 50% by Whitehall.
Chief Fire Officer Dan Stephens has had to... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
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