Thursday, 4 August 2011

The Police ... again!

I shake my head yet again as I must return to the subject I have visited 20 times in the past. Yesterday came news that the Chief Constable of Cleveland and his Deputy had been arrested along with a female legal advisor on corruption charges. This after an investigation by officers from the Warwickshire force.

It is my opinion these charges must be very serious when a Chief Constable is arrested. The effect on morale and the adverse publicity is so damaging.

Hard on top of that 5 officers from the Greater Manchester Force have been sacked for 'inappropriate behaviour' whilst searching a house. What are these people on? Why do they believe that they can act like morons? They are supposed to be role models for the young and above superstition but we are increasingly beginning to suspect that many are thugs in uniform.

I am still trawling through the careers of police officers who graduated from 'Common Purpose' with their indoctrination matrix. It is very interesting to see how their career progressed after graduation and what jobs they aspired to. Clearly the females who gained their matrix have generally done best. It would appear that there has been a huge drive to get females into top positions in the police force.

The Greater Manchester Force is beginning to rival the Met for scandal. An Inspector Mohammed Razaq has been arrested for 'perverting the course of justice' and another Asian superintendent applied for a job with South Yorks police and falsified his application form! These are just a few of the incidents that make the mainstream media and so far I have just reached the letter 'D' which of course included Cressida Dick from the Met.

I suspect that these stories will run and run because we are recruiting the wrong people for the wrong job!


Anonymous said...

Over 1000 serving police officers/thugs have criminal records.
Not surprised.
A criminal record used to be a bar to joining the police force, now it's a qualification.

dmcl01 said...

I believe the reason why people joined the force was for the common good, a cause, a calling or whatever you want to call it. It seems now people join because they want the power that comes with it. And we know what they say about people who crave power? They are the last people that should be giving it.

bryboy said...

Tks for your interest people. I am sure that we still have some very fine police individuals but it is the ethos that has changed. dmc 101I agree with you that there appears to be a bullying culture in place where we used to have a public friendly approach. Who would ask a policeman for directions today? Who could find one? In my opinion the problem still lies with the senior officers who appear to have a secret political agenda.