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That this House believes the recent publication of the Winsor Review of police terms and conditions (Part 1) and the Hutton Review of public sector pensions demonstrate fragmentary and disconnected approach to reform of the police service; and calls for a Royal Commission on policing to establish precisely what is required by the British Police to ensure that it continues to deliver a service to the public that is fit for purpose.
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at end add `but believes that such a Commission must not be used as an excuse to avoid the current problems of excessive Government cuts and the issues of a recruitment freeze, pay, pensions, conditions of service, promotion opportunities and the application of Rule A19 being experienced by existing officers and those wishing to join the service, all of which must be addressed urgently by the present Government.'.
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at end add `and to report by the end of the year so that action can be taken on terms, conditions and police pensions.'.
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