Government's austerity agenda: Frontline cuts

Government's austerity agenda: Frontline cuts; ENGLAND: London: INT Sir Hugh Orde (President of Association of Chief Police Officers) interview SOT - On cuts / problem of cyber crime / absorbing more pressure because other services being cut - mental health - manifests itself on the street / a new, additional, growing pressure on the police service - Home Secretary hasn't called him in / Government has a view on how policing should be delivered and the police service is expected to respond to it - we contribute less now than we have in the past - on Northern Ireland police service - suffering at a number of levels / police numbers have fallen below recommended levels - on worries about ISIS and domestic jihadis - challenge posed by the cuts extraordinary, have not seen cuts like this in policing in my lifetime - last meeting with Home Secretary some 15 or 16 months ago - the service has never stepped back from any official request to get feedback, will continue to do that regardless of how individual relationships are


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