(not satire – it’s the UK today)
In September 2013, under fire South Yorkshire PCC Shaun Wright decided to “consult” the public on local policing:
But bizarrely, the public were firmly told by Wright that having their say on policing issues did not include “raising complaints“:
Not that Wright or South Yorkshire Police should have been too concerned about their public ‘consultation’ producing too much in the way of criticism.
Because the window of opportunity for the public to raise their ‘concerns‘ (but not complaints!) closed a good five days before they were even informed of it:
You couldn’t make it up.
Here’s a site with a lot more interesting info on the whole tragic Rotherham farce:
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