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    I think the ‘badge’ should be removed. it is misleading ad that is not really what we need from anyone meant to look after our locale.
    they need to be completely up front and clear about who they are.
    when we start allowing our public servants to behave in ways that are misleading or secretive, we are inviting them to treat us as livestock. to manipulate us.

    none of us should feel like we are being watched. it promotes an attitude of ‘guilty until proven innocent’. it puts pressure on us and laps away at our sense of liberty.

    we do need security in certain places. that goes without saying. but this way of doing things is wrong IMO.



    As has been said earlier, the badge is the Councils [to use as they think best] the livery was ‘approved by NW Police’, the cars have G4S on the back, they aren’t the same colour as police / fire or ambulance vehicles, they don’t even have blue lights, the Council say they’re doing a good job- where’s the problem!



    They are the same colour as fire and transfusion vehicles and yellow/ red is supposed to be reserved for them, blue/ yellow police and green/ yellow ambulance. Why do they have lights if they are not allowed to use them?

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