Police 'used 101 number for their own admin tasks'

Police 'used 101 number for their own admin tasks'
 

A police 101 service deemed "not fit for purpose" was clogged up for an hour a day by officers doing administrative tasks, the BBC can reveal.
The 101 non-emergency number was introduced to free-up calls to 999.
Internal Devon and Cornwall Police emails reveal its officers used the system to request contact numbers. Staff have since been taken off patrol to deal with the call centre backlog.
A force spokesman said "the process has ceased".
The internal messages urging staff not to abuse the system were disclosed to the BBC in a Freedom of Information request to all... read more

 
25 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 70
Source: BBC
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