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Dr. Susan Ruth Atkins

Wrong Dr. Susan Ruth Atkins?

Service Complaints Commissioner

Armed Forces.
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master of Criminology
    University of California
  • PhD , Law
    University of Southampton
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Military Employment Claims | Military Lawyer
military-lawyer.co.uk [cached]
The military service complaints system is broken - or at least that's the message from Dr Susan Atkins, who is the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces. In the forward to the Commissioner's 2012 annual report published recently, Dr Atkins pulled no punches in her current views in admitting that, "for the fifth year running, I am still unable to say that the service complaint system is working efficiently, effectively or fairly". Pretty damning stuff.
Dr Atkins also criticises the government's rejection of her earlier recommendations for a separate Armed Forces Ombudsman, which she said would give an opportunity to increase confidence in serving military personnel that the service complaints system was working fairly, and to optimise the use of limited resources.
Dr Atkins also criticised the delay that continues to bedevil the complaints system - pointing out that by the end of 2012, the army still had 430 cases which have been stuck in the system for over 24 weeks - 24 weeks being the target period in which complaints should be finalised.
- Part 2
military-lawyer.co.uk [cached]
The military service complaints system is broken - or at least that's the message from Dr Susan Atkins, who is the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces. In the forward to the Commissioner's 2012 annual report published recently, Dr Atkins pulled no punches in her current views in admitting that, "for the fifth year running, I am still unable to say that the service complaint system is working efficiently, effectively or fairly". Pretty damning stuff.
Dr Atkins also criticises the government's rejection of her earlier recommendations for a separate Armed Forces Ombudsman, which she said would give an opportunity to increase confidence in serving military personnel that the service complaints system was working fairly, and to optimise the use of limited resources.
Dr Atkins also criticised the delay that continues to bedevil the complaints system - pointing out that by the end of 2012, the army still had 430 cases which have been stuck in the system for over 24 weeks - 24 weeks being the target period in which complaints should be finalised.
News | Military Lawyer - Part 2
military-lawyer.co.uk [cached]
The military service complaints system is broken - or at least that's the message from Dr Susan Atkins, who is the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces. In the forward to the Commissioner's 2012 annual report published recently, Dr Atkins pulled no punches in her current views in admitting that, "for the fifth year running, I am still unable to say that the service complaint system is working efficiently, effectively or fairly". Pretty damning stuff.
Dr Atkins also criticises the government's rejection of her earlier recommendations for a separate Armed Forces Ombudsman, which she said would give an opportunity to increase confidence in serving military personnel that the service complaints system was working fairly, and to optimise the use of limited resources.
Dr Atkins also criticised the delay that continues to bedevil the complaints system - pointing out that by the end of 2012, the army still had 430 cases which have been stuck in the system for over 24 weeks - 24 weeks being the target period in which complaints should be finalised.
Dr Susan Ruth Elizabeth ...
www.scotsman.com [cached]
Dr Susan Ruth Elizabeth Atkins. Service Complaints commissioner for the Armed Forces. For services to Armed Service Personnel. (London)
Service Complaints Commissioner criticises complaint system | Military Lawyer
military-lawyer.co.uk [cached]
The military service complaints system is broken - or at least that's the message from Dr Susan Atkins, who is the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces. In the forward to the Commissioner's 2012 annual report published recently, Dr Atkins pulled no punches in her current views in admitting that, "for the fifth year running, I am still unable to say that the service complaint system is working efficiently, effectively or fairly". Pretty damning stuff.
Dr Atkins also criticises the government's rejection of her earlier recommendations for a separate Armed Forces Ombudsman, which she said would give an opportunity to increase confidence in serving military personnel that the service complaints system was working fairly, and to optimise the use of limited resources.
Dr Atkins also criticised the delay that continues to bedevil the complaints system - pointing out that by the end of 2012, the army still had 430 cases which have been stuck in the system for over 24 weeks - 24 weeks being the target period in which complaints should be finalised.
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