Tuesday, June 27, 2017



Among the main reasons for low morale that emerged in responses were the lack of opportunities for flexible working and a belief that the force does not take into account women's particular circumstances both when they are pregnant and when they return to work after having a child.
[  Let's face it; men and women are seriously different ]

Out of 3,410 responses – a very high number for such a survey – 42% said they had "given serious thought" to leaving. The proportion saying they were uncertain whether they would stay in the force was consistent across all ranks.
Just 20% said they were happy with the way things were in the force and a full 76% said they were pessimistic about the future of the service as a whole.


Leave policing and the warrior occupations to men - God didn't send women to war.

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