New crime commissioner must be free from any sort of bias
I AM writing regarding the need for a police and crime commissioner. As some people say: "If it isn't broke, don't try to fix it".
I contemplate the costs and expenses of the luxury furnished offices, the deputies and assistants, the clerical and support staff, the possibilities of credit card use, inevitable business expenses and the transport costs for such a high stature appointment.
All this, and perhaps more, over and above the current costs of the present system.
Then, also, there will inevitably be bonuses and pensions to consider.
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The post should not, in my opinion, be a political representative for the duties must be free of political overtones and persuasions.
The post must not, I believe, be given to any senior ex-police officer, for the unbiased administration of the proposed department must essentially be free of the "old pals" problems, where one cannot help but be biased, even subconsciously, of old mates, past experiences and unexpected influences.
I am of the firm opinion that the nominated and selected individual must not only be free of possible future criminal or moral accusations – where possible – but have a wide spectrum of industrial, business, financial and man management experience.
There are such people in our community who would maintain a fair sense of discipline, fairness, management skills, business acumen, and all the necessary requirements of such a responsible position for its own ends, and not for mere status or other personal motives.
In that category, I would include senior business executives, senior military officers and similar persons of such high standing in the local community.
Allan S Razey, Anlaby Common.