Sacking parks police may be against the law, unions warn

Replacing a squad of 22 council-funded parks police with 16 Met officers could be illegal, unions have warned. Wandsworth council says the move would save about £800,000. The uniformed officers patrol the borough’s 1,600 acres of parks and open space, have powers of arrest and carry police-style baton and handcuffs.

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