A Yorkshire police force has been urged to review its practices after its new officers revealed they faced pressure not to record incidents as crimes “to avoid adding to already heavy workloads”.
South Yorkshire Police has admitted it is “disappointed” by what emerged in a report on the views of 16 recruits who had just completed a training course.
Ignore PM ‘swarm’ remark on migrants, South Yorkshire police trainees told
New police officers at a Yorkshire force are being told to avoid copying the example of former Prime Minister David Cameron and viewing refugees as a “swarm” rather than individuals.
A document obtained by The Yorkshire Post sets out how recent recruits to South Yorkshire Police are trained to tackle the biggest issues facing the force.