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More on impact of reducing police budgets

2010 November 22
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by Mary Munro

Update

“Thousands of Scottish police jobs may be cut” Press and Journal
“Cuts will diminish ability to fight crime, senior police officer warns” Scotsman
“One in nine police officers to be cut, says report” Scotsman

Following posted on 16.11.10

“Police board rejects paid career break plan” Evening News
“Police force offers staff voluntary redundancy” Scotsman
“Warning police on the beat will be hit by civilian staff cuts” Press and Journal

“How to save 850 police officers from the axe … scrap the housing perks which have cost us £100m since 2006” Herald
“Threat to court security as new police cuts bite” Express

“‘Unprecedented’ times force Tayside Police to draw up redundancy policy” Courier
“Police to be paid to take career break” Evening News
“Police offered £12,000 for a career break” Express
“Police offered £4000–a–year career breaks” Herald

“Cash–strapped police force axes assistant chief constable post” Herald

Following posted on 10.11.10

“Anger at plan to cut Scottish police pay” Herald
“Bonus culture has no place in policing” Herald

Press releases

“Scottish Budget 2010 response: Police” Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC)

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