The new SSC review will not consider the response of police . of the Justice Ministry, and met with Colin Lynch, the deputy chief executive. The people who made mockumentaries Twenty Twelve and W1A, about the Olympics and the BBC respectively, have done another. Meet The. Hyderabad sources reported that Anjani Kumar of batch is the newly appointed Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad who was earlier.
He offered to meet with the women individually, but first, they would need to return to PNHQ. Ms A later spoke with Audrey Sonerson, the acting chief executive of the Justice Ministry, and met with Colin Lynch, the deputy chief executive. He believed it was an employment matter for the police, not for Justice. No one in Justice raised the matter with anyone in the police, other than Haumaha. The three women were not asked if they wanted to make a formal complaint. About two months later, Louise Nicholas received some social media messages about the alleged bullying.
She told Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement but without revealing names. He called Sonerson and Christine Stevenson, the deputy chief executive at Corrections, but was left with the clear impression neither department wanted to take it further.
Meet the Police Commissioner, review: 'farcical'
Without a formal complaint, Clement could do nothing. But he had a casual conversation with Haumaha who said there was "friction and disharmony" in the group. Is the job of police and crime commissioner for Kent really a suitable target for spoofery though? Does anyone really know what commissioners do? Perhaps that's the point. Remember the elections that no one voted in?
Meet the Police Commissioner, review: 'farcical' - Telegraph
Well, no, probably not Anyway, it turns out to be very funny. In a glorious opening sequence, we're taken via wobbly handheld camera, of course into an office with a flipchart on which is a hand-drawn diagram of concentric circles. Spoof filmmaker Miles asks Commissioner Ann Barnes what it is. What would be a crime on the outside of the diagram, asks Miles. Erm, oh, I don't know really [shakes head]. Ann tries to explain her role, once again with the help of the flipchart.
Meet the Police Commissioner – TV review | Television & radio | The Guardian
Right, well, the police commissioner … it's not the police commissioner, it's the police and crime commissioner, it's PPC," she says writing PPC on pad. And mobile police stations that no one visits. People speak in meeting-speak gobbledigook at internal meetings, the public goes to sleep at public ones. There's an accessory umbrella malfunction, strategic nail-painting, a cringey retirement speech … And guess what, this is not MOCKumentary at all, it's real.
DOCumentary, in the Cutting Edge strand. O my effing G, frankly.
- Meet the Police Commissioner – TV review
Possibly a little cruel; has poor Ann been made to look like a fool? Certainly Miles Blayden-Ryallthe real filmmaker must have enjoyed himself in the edit.