It's hard to say. Commanders are moved about from time to time either at their own request (career development, etc.) or because of organisational needs (due to others moving on / retiring, etc.) A move would also come with any promotion.Originally posted by newbie
Question: how long is reinstatement likely to mean? Is Brian fighting to return for six months before being moved, quite normally, to another job or would the job be his until he applies for something elsewhere?
Good point.Originally posted by Eddie E
It is difficult to allege discrimination when the subject has been promoted on at least six selection boards to the rank of Commander (equivalent of Assistant Chief Constable outside the Met).
Willy, I've numbered them to make the replies easier. And I'm only posting this to increase my post count. (i'll catch you yet)Originally posted by William of Walworth
1. Any comments to make on the fact that Mr Paddick has been investigated in internal Met enquiries more times PREVIOUS to this than any other senior cop?
2. eg Crack and Cocaine dealing just a few years ago by officers based in Stoke Newington Police Station, using supplies seized from gangs whose movements were shopped to these coppers by other gangs).
3. Does your shit rag ever investigate why so many other Coppers found guilty (unlike Paddick in the past or, so far, in this present instance) in displinary hearings, get retired on full pension?
4. Do you get your information about Brian Paddick from your sister-shitrag the Mail on Sunday?
5. Do you ignore every other item of information (apart from the ravings of your pal in opinions Richard Littlejohn)??
mmmm yes, I have been guilty of the Greek not Gothic...which is a bit rich considering I had a rant about people getting Paddicks name wrong..........................My desperate and hastily concocted excuse is that I thought of you as a pillar of classic proportion. Goes away muttering deric not doric, deric not doric........Originally posted by theoderic
thanks for spelling my name right (it's Gothic, not Greek).