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Where Are All The Police? – An Analysis of Police Resources


APPENDICES APPENDIX A


Police Functions (1) 1. ACPO and Directors - Operational - Police officers of ACPO ranks and support staff at equivalent levels 2. ACPO and Directors - Operational Support - Police officers of ACPO ranks and support staff at equivalent levels. 3. ACPO and Directors - Organisational Support - Police officers of ACPO ranks and support staff at equivalent levels, e.g. finance director. (2) 1. Air - Operational Police staff who are predominantly employed as pilots, ground crew, or air observers. 2. Air - Operational Support - Police staff who are predominantly employed as support to pilots, ground crew, air observers or in administrative functions connected with air support. (3) 1. Asset Confiscation – Operational - Staff who predominantly identify and seize assets from the proceeds of crime under the Drugs Trafficking Offences Act 1986, the Criminal Justice Act 1988 and the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1984. (4) 3. Buildings – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed on duties relating to the cleaning, maintenance, security and administration of police buildings, but not including staff employed as part of a contract. Include handymen, grounds maintenance and cleaners. (5) 1. Burglary – Operational - Staff who predominantly investigate offences of burglary. Includes "Operation Bumblebee". Do not include analysts or administrative assistants. 2. Burglary – Operational Support - Staff who predominantly support the investigation of offences of burglary. Include analysts or administrative assistants. (6) 3. Catering – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the provision of catering facilities but not including catering staff employed as part of a contract. (7) 1. Child/Sex/Domestic – Operational - Staff who predominantly investigate and resolve offences against children and/or cases of domestic violence involving any member of a family. Include those employed on Missing Persons. 2. Child/Sex/Domestic – Operational Support - Staff who predominantly support the investigation and resolution of offences against children and/or cases of domestic violence involving any member of a family. Include those employed on Missing Persons. This category should include analysts and administrative assistants. (8) 1. CID – Operational - Staff mainly employed in plain clothes for the investigation of crime and who are not part of a specialist unit. Staff who predominantly investigate crime (not including the National Crime Squad) and who are not shown under other specific squad headings. Include any specialist squads or units not specifically mentioned elsewhere e.g. Robbery, Major Crime Units, Car crime unit/Stolen vehicle squad etc. Do not include members of a squad set up on an ad-hoc basis to deal with a temporary or local problem. These should be included under their normal category. 2. CID – Operational Support - Staff mainly employed in supporting those employed in plain clothes for the investigation of crime and who are not part of a specialist unit. Staff who predominantly support the investigation of crime (not including the National Crime Squad) and who are not shown under other specific squad headings. Staff mainly employed in the co-ordination of the policing of football matches (Football Liaison) and collating associated intelligence. Include any analysts or administrative assistants employed in specialist squads or units not specifically mentioned elsewhere e.g. Robbery, Major Crime Units, Car crime unit/Stolen vehicle squad etc. Do not include members of a squad set up on an ad-hoc basis to deal with a temporary or local problem. These should be included under their normal category


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