in 10 senior police officers is currently under investigation for criminal or
disciplinary charges, according to the Police Superintendents’ Association
association, which is holding its annual conference in Warwickshire this week,
also reveals that in some forces as many as one superintendent in five is being
investigated by officers from other forces.
figures represent a significant increase from 1994, when only 12
superintendents or chief superintendents were investigated, even though at the
time there were twice as many officers holding the positions.
PSA blames an increase in complaints from the public against officers for the
large rise in charges being brought.