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PIP Assessors In Liverpool Setting Claimants Up To Fail Assessments

October 22, 2016

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  1. October 22, 2016 4:23 am

    >Why are people doing fuck all about this outrage? I’m livid.

    So, what have you done???

    Got Evidence?
    Recorded everything?
    Called the Police?

    Called Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner (Labour)?

    Called Liverpool Council Social Services (Labour)?

    Called your MP (and it’s bosses, all Labour)?

    Have you asked them why they have done nothing but ‘Wilfully Neglect’ their ‘Public Duties’?

    Or have you just done “fuck all”?


    Some of the things to report –

    Fraud Act 2006 –
    Fraud by abuse of position –

    Misconduct in Public Office –

    Care Act 2014 –
    Safeguarding adults at risk of abuse or neglect –

    Abuse of Vulnerable Adults –
    In England
    And Wales

    Click to access In%20Safe%20Hands.pdf

    Criminal Attempts Act 1981 –

    Here are The ‘Public Duties’ of *all* Members of Parliament –


    And when those criminal abusers won’t do their jobs –

    Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 –
    Corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges –

    Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 –
    Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care worker offence –
    Ill-treatment or wilful neglect: care provider offence –

    Aiding and Abetting – Accessories and Abettors Act 1861 –

    Serious Crime Act 2007 –
    Part 2 – Encouraging or Assisting Crime –

    Witness Intimidation –

    Perverting The Course of Justice –

    blah blah blah

  2. October 22, 2016 9:23 pm

    Get it out there

  3. October 23, 2016 5:18 am

    Ok Kevin,

    Re: ‘Where are the police?’…

    Maybe you’re already aware that a lot (maybe all) police forces have offices in their headquarters for Atos/Maximus quacks union Unison.

    I just found this –

    Atos Police –

    “Atos responds to that challenge with solutions that transform crime prevention and detection, citizen support and engagement, and the management of scarce police resources.”

    “We apply innovative thinking and leading technologies to create game changing policing strategies”

    ” By introducing automated processes and compliance, police authorities can deliver against their responsibilities whilst significantly increasing deployable police time to better support local communities.”

    “ensure involvement and attendance by the right resolving agent, further increasing deployable police time whilst improving results and enhancing the citizen’s experience.”

    “Identify vulnerability to prevent crime”

    “Distilling valuable intelligence from available information is a major factor in developing and managing policing strategies that prevent crime. Atos’ prediction tools assess and analyse historic data of all kinds to identify places, events, or groups of people most likely to be at the centre of criminal activities in future. It also helps officers and other agencies to be in the right place at the right time to protect the ‘vulnerable.

    ****Even online behaviour on social media web sites can be analysed*****, so police authorities can judge the impact on the local community of events happening anywhere in the world and plan resources efficiently.”

    “As well as identifying potential criminals and vulnerable citizens, effective data analysis can be used to increase grassroots awareness of crime, and to reassure citizens about the facts of crime and disorder ****and counter the myths****.”

    “Predictive analysis also improves inter-agency collaboration and responses to ongoing societal issues. Gwent Police and four other organisations in South Wales, for example, are working closely with Atos to track vulnerable citizens.”

    “Reducing disorder
    Atos’ proven approach to digital transformation and associated technology solutions is helping to shape police authorities that are easier to do business with”


    Also checkout –


    Click to access atos-case-study-supporting-vulnerable-citizens-with-multi-agency-collaboration.pdf



    “Atos: touching UK citizens every day”
    —Show me on the doll where Atos touched you—





    “The use of robotics and automation to drive greater efficiencies and release talent within the public sector”
    See, the sick criminal abusers really aren’t human.

  4. October 23, 2016 5:35 am

    Oh and –

    Atos NHS –

    “We work with all parts of the NHS to transform operations.”

    “We combine our global IT services capability with a health consulting practice with over 25 years experience of working with health organisations, delivering efficiencies and improving patient outcomes.”

  5. October 23, 2016 6:29 am

    Oh and and and (sorry),

    Atos Metropolitan Police Service –

    “The contract was signed on 2 November 2015 between Atos and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime”

    Now you know why Atos/Unison bent cops won’t do anything about WCA criminal abusers.

    Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 –
    Corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges –

    Perverting The Course of Justice –

    Misconduct in Public Office –

    Accessories and Abettors Act 1861 –

    Serious Crime Act 2007 –
    Part 2 – Encouraging or Assisting Crime –

  6. October 23, 2016 3:39 pm

    Oh and and and (not sorry)

    My own blind eye turning, Course of Justice Perverting South Wales Police Criminals have been in bed with Atos criminal abusers since at least 2007.

    New information management system for South Wales Police set up by Atos –


    Not one single comment from anyone else about any of this?

    All too busy sucking blind eye turning Unison Criminal Abuser Jeremy Corbyns c**k?

  7. October 26, 2016 6:42 pm

    Reblogged this on campertess and commented:
    Unfortunately Liverpool won’t be alone in setting claimants up to fail.

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