ANother bent copper gets to keep his pension

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  1. He has worked and no doubt paid in for his pension. it is his by right. However he should certainly be jailed for the offence. Wonder if he asks for segregation?
     
  2. Hw won't be jailed, all he's getting is a fine under the Data Protection Act.

    Copper breaks the law he should lose his gold plated pension IMO.
     
  3. Dont forget he was suffering from stress and depression. His mum says so!
    As to why he keeps his pension... he resigned prior to the attack....

    Me? Id put the whole lot of them in the stocks in the local town square, Tattoo the foreheads with a suitable phrase saying what they had done.....Rant rant rant. Ok maybe a bit extreme but... :pissedoff:
     
  4. Contributor Mode

    IMHO

    The Officer should have also been charged under the Official Secrets Act but the CPS have gone for the soft option of DPAct.

    Yes he should have received a short term of imprisonment.

    I think the regulations have now been changed and the years of Pension to which he has paid 11% of his gross wages towards cannot now be taken away.

    If this is not the case Derbyshire Police have also bottled and allowed him to resign which clears the muck from their door step. What should have happened is that his resignation be refused, discipline and sack.

    As for the Pension if your worked for BA for 40 years then smacked your boss because he called you a "Fat Cnut", getting you the sack, would it be fair for the BA Pension Fund to stop your pension and seize that money for the benefit of other pensioners. Now that would not be fair would it?

    Nutty
     
  5. In full agreement with you nutty.
    He has paid for his pension, I reckon that he should be given a custodial sentence due to his position.
     
  6. Nope, don't agree, Police UPHOLD the law, if they break the law personally they should have a very large book thrown at then.
     
  7. Agree any pesnion is earned, whether they actually remove the cash from your wages or not, thus unless it is judicially removed as a penalty for the crime, which in sme cases may be appropriate then the person should keep it.
     
  8. Im with you on this one oil slick.

    also is there something wrong with your eye.... seems to have a nervous twitch on the right eye! :thumright:
     
  9. Im with you on this one oil slick.

    also is there something wrong with your eye.... seems to have a nervous twitch on the right eye! :thumright:
     
  10. Im with you on this one oil slick.

    also is there something wrong with your eye.... seems to have a nervous twitch on the right eye! :thumright:
     
  11. Quite a stutter today Flypast, something you ate?
     
  12. Doh! Off to remove the offending other entries!
     
  13. I don't think any one will disagree with the book throwing ritual, but any penalties must be through the law courts not an internal administative measure. Your employer cannot take back money or pension rights that have been earned, only the courts can do that.
     
  14. And his employer let him resign rather than throw the book at him first and the CPS chose the mildest charge to levy at him…

    It's called 'looking out for each other'… bit like Judge Selwood 'resigning for ill health' when he got caught up downloading porn so he could keep his pension etc intact, then being given the mildest slap on the wrist in court.

    The law should be changed so that if you swear an oath to uphold the law as a PC, judge or whatever, a criminal charge should equal automatic forfiture of pension.
     

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