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A radical overhaul will see BCUs covering the local authority areas replaced by command units covering the whole of Merseyside to save money.
But in the following year when the force spent PS476,713, no Focus cars were purchased by the BCUs.
Closson and Henry (2008b) used a mixed methods design employing focus groups and identity racial scales, (Black Racial Identity Attitude Scale [BRIAS] and White Racial Identity Attitude Scale [WRIAS]), to assess the social adjustments of White students on H BCU campuses.
The move to generalist BCUs and the abolition of the intermediate division level arose from an Audit Commission report (Audit Commission 1991).
BE, which was bought by France's EDF Energy in January for pounds 12.4bn, took the four reactors at Heysham 1 and Hartlepool off-line in October 2007 after discovering wire corrosion on one of the boiler closure units (BCU) which form part of each reactor during a maintenance inspection.
The higher level services these BCUs provide, such as counter terrorism, tackling serious and organised crime and murder investigations, will be placed in a single protective services directorate.
It is likely the BCUs would fit within the local authorities, said Chief Supt Naylor, as the councils were the police's major partners.
Statement 34, paragraph 318, says that BCUs are legally separate in form, but not in substance, from the legal entity.
The force's five Basic Command Units (BCUs) covering Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helens and Liverpool are to be replaced by functional command units covering the whole of Merseyside.
"Changes have been implemented resulting in specialist officers being deployed to BCUs [Basic Command Unit] to work and be managed locally, in the heart of the communities of South Wales."
But police chiefs say better collaboration between the BCUs (Basic Command Units) is being considered and is not a merger.
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