Yet more controversy in public sector when it comes to outsourcing. This time it's the police and union Unison that is criticising police authority plans to outsource back office jobs, including IT, in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire to G4S.
See the BBC's coverage of the story.
It is an interesting one because the union is highlighting the important link between frontline police and the people in the back-office.
The BBC reports that Unison's regional representative, Lorraine Kalaher, said back office staff supported frontline officers with a "team ethos" and without either party the work "could not be undertaken as successfully as it is."
Does she make a good point?