Once you start outsourcing and civilianising
those jobs you lose that resilience.
863 stands for March 3, 1986 when supreme leader Deng Xiaoping gave his blessings to the plan which was aimed at launching " a new technological revolution" by civilianising
the science establishment, which was overwhelmingly military.
Mr McKeever said: "I find it alarming that there is no tangible evidence that even suggests, let alone proves, the value brought by civilianising
increasing numbers of police posts.
In The Gambia and Sierra Leone civilian rule was restored in 1996 and 1998 respectively, but in the former it was a case of the military government civilianising
It is an approach which has delivered some of the best buildings in the country, released more officers for front-line policing through civilianising
custody services and provided our officers on the beat with the latest mobile information technology.
If they get away with civilianising
this role, our worry is that they could civilianise anything.
It is time we looked again at civilianising
the bureaucratic work that goes on in Garda stations and return officers to the beat.
He said opportunities were also being looked at for civilianising
some support roles currently undertaken by police officers to maintain front-line numbers.
In Cleveland we have addressed this by civilianising
our custody process and put in place prisoner handling teams, reducing the time front-line officers are tied up to an hour.
He said: "This, with the freeing-up of officers through civilianising
custody services, will enable us to meet two crucial objectives - delivering neighbourhood policing and significantly increasing resources in dealing with protective services, such as anti-terrorism, organised crime and tackling major incidents.