Metropolitan Police Service seeking the views of police officers and staff who have been assaulted on duty

Metropolitan Police Service seeking the views of police officers and staff who have been assaulted on duty

 The Metropolitan Police Service is seeking the views of police officers and staff who have been assaulted on duty as part of its work to #ProtectTheProtectors.

 
A survey will be distributed to some 2,200 Met officers and staff this week, all of who have recorded an assault on duty in the past year.
 
Officers are encouraged to complete the survey in order to give MPS the best possible insight into how assaults of police officers are dealt with within the force.
 
The survey will build important information about how the MPS #ProtectTheProtectors and focuses on how officers were treated and felt from both a welfare and investigative perspective.
 
The findings will build into the Op Hampshire plan which looks at the welfare and support of the wider organisation, and will help the MPS to understand what more they can do to support those involved in assaults.
 
 More information about the relaunch of Op Hampshire can be found in the latest London Beat magazine here http://online.pubhtml5.com/ncsw/hudz/