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The Case Against ACPO: A Critical Look At The Association Of Chief Police Officers

NICE1, December 2010

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Resource IDcaseagainstacpo2010
Resource titleThe Case Against ACPO: A Critical Look At The Association Of Chief Police Officers
Author(s)The Thin Blue Line
Publication/ sourceNICE1
Date publishedDecember 2010
Summary text/ abstractThe 349 men and women who comprise ACPO have long since turned away from their traditional role of upholding the law and fighting serious crime, in favour of increasingly blatant attempts to curry political favour with the previous Labour administration, by aligning themselves firmly with that party's political agenda. Even though it gets a state subsidy, ACPO is run as a private business with an annual income of around £18 million. Its president, Sir Hugh Orde, has £200,000 a year with a police pension. The news that the virulently anti-British and privately-run Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has spent millions of taxpayers' cash acquiring apartments for their senior staffers' personal use in London has reiterated the necessity for the complete disbandment of the organisation.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Politics, UK Government
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