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Conflict of Interest?

Post by Twix on Thu Oct 05, 2017 9:26 am

There have been concerned comments on other forums about Narpo being 'in the pocket' of police forces.

We know that there is patchy support for IODs in some branches but overall support has fallen far short of what is actually required. That is why, in order to get effective help, the IODs have had to form their own organisation.

It is far better that IODs are represented by IODs.

The point that I wold like to make about Narpo is that a conflict of interest must exist where the branch president is the Chief Constable who is also the Pollce Pension Authority.


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