Morris Inquiry continues into standards at the Met

The
43,000 officers and staff at the Metropolitan Police will shortly receive a
detailed questionnaire as part of the Morris Inquiry into professional
standards and employment matters.

The
questionnaire asks a series of questions on areas such as communication and
employment policies, as well as feedback on the experience of working for the
Met.  The inquiry will publish the
findings from the survey on its website (www.morrisinquiry.gov.uk) in August.

Since
the inquiry began in January 2004, it has heard from senior officers and
managers, the Metropolitan Police Federation, trades unions and staff
associations, as well as a number of individuals.

Additionally,
the inquiry team has spent time with officers on patrol, and has visited the
Hendon Training Centre and a number of police stations in London.

The
inquiry hopes feedback from the questionnaires will help to provide a greater
insight into working for the Met.

By Daniel Thomas

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