Stuart at a loss following defeat to bulldogs
In his own statement Stuart said: “At the same time, we have been informed of reports that three senior police officers in our South Yorkshire Police, which includes the Commander of Police Support, are currently involved in the police matters in north London. “We understand that these officers were involved in the investigation of reports of violence on Wednesday in Brixton Road.
“They are currently on leave as per their normal arrangements and as part of the process of reassignment, our Chief Superintendent may be required to assume full responsibility for South Yorkshire Police matters from the South Yorkshire Police Department.”
Mr Smith said: “There can be no way you can put this out there, or any person in our South Yorkshire Police that we do in those circumstances. If this is true then we believe that we will need to take action to take a firm control of it.”
However, Mr Smith did not explain how this happened – he did not say he was at a meeting and so did not ask the officers if they were. He did, however, suggest that a joint investigation and investigation between police forces might be needed.
Mr Smith also did not say how the claims that officers were injured could be substantiated, even though South Yorkshire Chief Constable Ian Hopkins had admitted to the BBC that one man injured the officers.
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South Yorkshi모나코 카지노re police has not commented on allegations that officers were injured in the attack and has said the force is “completely supportive” of Mrs May’s decision to hand the home secretary control of the force.
However, a spokesman said the force does not comment on individual investigations.
Mrs May is meeting police chiefs in the wake of the attack in an attempt to “clear up this mess” in the force, his spokesman said.
She has already made several arrests for alleged police misconduct but has not made arrests in the days after the fatal attack.
On Wednesday afternoon Theresa May tweeted: “I have ordered a full independent Police Complaints Commission. Our police officers, like your own, will stand their ground. No excuses”.
The force and a spokesperson for the Home Office have since said that the investigation into the attack has begun and that non