West Midlands Police get beaten up for spending £ 180,000 on TWO more “woke up” jobs after promoting fairness and its boss
- You are hiring an assistant director for talent and organizational effectiveness
- The troupe, which has seen significant cuts since 2010, pays £ 73,340 a year for the role
- An engagement and counseling officer position valued at £ 28,725 per year was also advertised
Police, ashamed of hiring “awakened” staff, are now promoting two more jobs.
West Midlands Police are now hiring an Assistant Director of Talent and Organizational Effectiveness for £ 73,340 per year.
The force, which did not record 16,600 crimes in 2019, is also hiring an engagement and consultation officer and pays £ 28,725.
West Midlands Police recruits another £ 73,340 a year job that is criticized as “waking up”. Deputy Police Chief Vanessa Jardine (pictured) said she is striving to serve her diverse community
The role of the Assistant Director for Fairness and Belonging comes from the fact that the armed forces continue to face a funding shortage
The troop was slammed for promoting the role of assistant director for fairness and belonging to more than £ 74,000 last week. In total, the three jobs pay £ 180,000.
The role, according to The Sun, is to support and oversee an improved inclusive culture.
Joe Ventre, TaxPayers ‘Alliance digital campaign manager, said:’ The need for these imaginative police positions must be questioned.
“Taxpayers expect their hard-earned money to be spent on cops who fight crime, not on non-jobs and cultural inspectors.
“Police chiefs need to be able to justify these costs or refocus their funding on the front lines.”
Deputy Police Chief Vanessa Jardine said she makes an effort to serve her diverse community.
West Midlands Police Chief Dave Thompson promoting a new Director of Fairness and Belonging worth £ 74,000 a year
She said the West Midlands Police ‘are always looking at how we can work with them to improve the way we serve the communities.
She added, “The West Midlands Police are the second largest police force in the country and we strive to have a workforce that is representative of the various communities we serve.
New West Midlands Police jobs
Deputy Director for Talent and Organizational Effectiveness – £ 73,340
Representative for engagement and advice – £ 28,725
Deputy Director for Fairness and Affiliation – £ 73,340
“By 2023, 2,800 officers are expected to be hired, including a further 1,200 officers.”
DCC Jardine added, “We are focused on the wellbeing and wellbeing of all of our employees, which is critical to policing in the West Midlands.
‘We have a number of key positions within the force who can support, incorporate, develop and maximize the potential of our entire team.
“That way we will better serve the people who live, work and travel in the West Midlands.”
Last week, the force announced the role of Assistant Director for Fairness and Affiliation, which includes 28 days of vacation per year plus holidays and a “generous” pension.
Critics criticized the strength of “wasting” money on the “pointless” role and prioritizing “alertness” over the demands of the frontline police.
Since 2010, the West Midlands Police has laid off more than 2,000 officers and closed dozen of stations after the government cut funding by £ 175 million.