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The Paper Chase

January 30, 2007
Last week, I started a post trying to describe how much paper is used in the administration of even the most basic of policing jobs.

By the time I’d reached the ninth paragraph, I was bored and I guessed that anyone who attempted to read the post would also have been very, very bored and would not have come back to my blog ever again.

So I binned it.

However, in the interests of openness, I pass it over to my readers to decide if they really want to know how many forms are required to process a simple shoplifter or record a minor assault.

Let me know and I’ll try and knock out a very brief summary.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Bugs Man permalink
    January 30, 2007 13:37

    Yes please

  2. Annette permalink
    January 30, 2007 14:05

    Yes, I would like to know as well.

  3. Ned permalink
    January 30, 2007 14:47

    That would be fascinating – and no doubt would destroy what little faith we have left. 🙂

  4. Anonymous permalink
    January 30, 2007 14:57

    crime form
    characteristics of crime
    property list
    Police property form
    property tags and exhibit labels
    csi log
    cctv seizure form
    incident log
    outstanding enquiries
    custody log
    code g criteria form
    search form
    health form
    aa form if juvenile
    interpreter form
    5x detainee property lists (for all the jewelery
    case advice forms (pre interview)
    tape seals
    interview record
    case direction form (post interview)
    MG1
    MG2
    MG3
    MG5
    MG6
    MG10
    MG11
    MG19
    pre cons for detainee(defence and court print)
    pre cons (all other witnesses)

    and generally the pro forma NFA letter to detainee and victim

  5. dickiebo permalink
    January 30, 2007 16:03

    Yes,please.

  6. Anonymous permalink
    January 30, 2007 18:09

    sounds like a nightmare

  7. Anonymous permalink
    January 30, 2007 19:16

    Ahh!, we’re such a civilized nation.

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