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BUT reasonable remuneration for those at the ‘razor-sharp end’ 24/7. THEY ARE DOING deserve a fresh bonus. Monday – Friday 8-4 brigade should miss out The. “Performance related pay encourages target chasing and not good policing, witness how bonuses for senior ranks has taken about the disaffection of middle England in its relentless drive for directions. 24/7 staff should be compensated for change working, those who choose the comfort of the working-office job with weekends off shouldn’t be paid the same”.

“Ctrp should get to people who demonstrate they are capable in their role. “CRTP should stay for individuals who actually are qualified. Chief police officers must not be paid their bonus deals for achieving their key performance signals, which we all know are statistics for the press/politicians (who love them) but in actual reality bare no resemblance to true to life or policing generally”.

“No. You can’t measure a good performance in simple terms, when you are applying it to a police officer. I have got PDR with ridiculous performance targets established to fill up the box just. That’s where we are going wrong. Performance and Goals indicators were the worst thing that occurred to the authorities’ service. We’ve lost sight of might know about be doing and instead chase meaningless statistics to appease some bean counter in the home Office. Good managers know who works hard and who doesn’t. Of rewarding the good Instead, deal with the bad which pertains to Superintendents and ACPO as well”.

“The current SPP payments is an extremely divisive agreement with ‘worthy’ depts/positions being decided at ACPO level. If these are scrutinized they will be seen to be unjust then. Individual bonus’ will simply add to this and will alienate too many good, conscientious, hard working officers who won’t fall within the right requirements or role.

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Supt and ACPO are paid a very good salary isn’t that salary there to reveal what’s expected from them in their role? Most of them achieve their reward’ by placing the press on lower rates from whose performance they may then achieve their goals to get their bonus. If they want the incentive of a bonus to attain then perhaps the wrong officials are being selected to take up these rates.

The reward system in private industry just makes the rich even richer! Does any police officer need a bonus for doing THEIR responsibility? A Superintendent or Key Officer Especially! Bad performance should appropriately be rewarded! The responses to this question reflected a wave of acrimonious feeling about Chief and Senior officer bonus arrangements. A lot of those in receipt of payments remained of the opinion that these were divisive although naturally enough, many wouldn’t normally desire to see payments scrapped beyond control. Question 3: What pay and conditions bonuses would encourage police officers and staff to focus on the front-line (for example, in responses and neighborhood policing groups)?

“You find in the Police that many officers as soon as they escape their probationary period do everything they can to log off response. That is wrong, utterly wrong. They do this as some of the areas, such as neighborhood policing have emerged as the lesser of two evils. CID has become occupied at certain time but most of the time are not run ragged as many response officials (and in my experience some of the most junior officers in the Force) are.

If 24(7) response officers received a night/weekend allowance (as nurses do) you will soon find many of those who seek an easier life would turn to stay in the front line”. “It really is absolutely right that frontline 24/7 police officers should be observed to be the backbone of the service, I say this with the caveat that I am a counter-top terrorism officer and have been for a number of years.

“Work front line-get paid appropriately. Sit behind a desk get paid appropriately. I am sick to death of putting myself at risk on a daily basis, working in the dark and watching office staff leave am I’m just getting there with some getting more in their back pockets than me.