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


administration of applications in connection with licensed premises, registered clubs and matters concerning betting, gaming and lotteries. Staff who are predominantly employed in the execution of warrants, service of summonses and dealing with general/routine enquiries. 2. Criminal Justice Units – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the administration, checking and processing of prosecution files including liaison with the Crown Prosecution Service and staff who are predominantly employed in the making of additional enquiries required to supplement the quality of files. Staff who are predominantly employed in the processing and administration of applications in connection with licensed premises, registered clubs and matters concerning betting, gaming and lotteries. Staff who are predominantly employed in the execution of warrants, service of summonses and dealing with general/routine enquiries. 3. Criminal Justice Units – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the administration, checking and processing of prosecution files including liaison with the Crown Prosecution Service and staff who are predominantly employed in the making of additional enquiries required to supplement the quality of files. Staff who are predominantly employed in dealing with the processing of fixed penalty tickets and the recovery of penalties. Staff who are predominantly assigned to liaison duties with magistrates' courts and the Crown Court. Also include those otherwise employed in Administrative Support Units. (19) 3. Criminal Records Office – Organisational Support Staff who are predominantly employed in maintaining the force Criminal Records Office including officers working in PNC units. (20) 1. Custody - Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed as custody officers performing duties in accordance with PACE. 2. Custody - Operational Support - Gaolers, i.e. staff who are predominantly employed in looking after prisoners in police custody. (21) 2. Departmental Heads – Operational Support - Staff designated Heads of more than one operational unit or department specified on this form, e.g. Superintendent - Operations. 3. Departmental Heads - Organisational Support - Officers with supervisory responsibility for more than one support department or unit. (22) 1. Dogs – Operational - Dog handlers including those employed for general policing, drugs and explosive detection duties. 2. Dogs – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed within Dogs Sections other than dog handlers. (23) 2. Drivers – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed on driving duties relating to the transportation of personnel and/or property but not including officers shown at 30 or 54. (24) 1. Drugs – Operational - Staff who predominantly investigate of drug offences, including Staff who are predominantly assigned to the inspection of chemists' registers in connection with dangerous drugs but not including officers specifically assigned to asset confiscation duties (see 3). (25) 1. Enquiry/Station – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed in dealing with front office enquiries from members of the public at any police station but excluding any officer who deals exclusively with property (see 45) or whose primary function is that of telephonist or radio controller (see 13). (26) 3. Finance – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the administration of force finance. (27) 1. Fingerprint/Photographic – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed as Fingerprint Officers or employed in a Fingerprint Bureau; and Staff who are predominantly employed as photographers or in photographic laboratories. Do not include Scenes of Crime Officers (see 47). 2. Fingerprint/Photographic – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly support Fingerprint Officers or photographers. Do not include Scenes of Crime Officers (see 47). (28) 1. Firearms - Tactical – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed in the use of firearms either as tactical advisors, trainers or in the provision of firearms support to operational incidents. Officers employed in Armed Response Vehicles should only be included if they are mainly employed within the Force Firearms Unit as described above. Officers employed in Armed Response Vehicles but not employed within the Force Firearms Unit should be shown within their regular deployment category.


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