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Tag Archives: South Yorkshire Police
Silence and the South Yorkshire Police
For 27 years, the South Yorkshire Police (SYP) were institutionally silent about their Hillsborough failures. For 27 years the officers maintained their silence. For 27 years, they fought hard to deny the truth. The issue was not a dispute over … Continue reading
Posted in bureaucracy, change managment, coruption, culture, leadership, path dependency Tagged Corruptiion, culture, path dependency, Sexual abuse, Silence, South Yorkshire Police, Voice 1 Comment
The lies organisations tell themselves: the case of Rotherham Council
Every man has some [truths] which he would not tell to everyone, but only to his friends. He has others which he would not reveal even to his friends, but only to himself, and that in secret. But finally there … Continue reading
Posted in coruption, culture, leadership, management Tagged Child protection, Child sexual abuse, England, Great Britain, Independent Police Complaints Commission, Member of Parliament, Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham, Rotherham Council, South Yorkshire, South Yorkshire Police, United Kingdom Comments Off on The lies organisations tell themselves: the case of Rotherham Council