Love this…


Thanks to Bullshire police…

Trolls have feelings too…


The troll is back… no doubt he creamed his Y-fronts when he saw I had started posting again.

Whilst it’s kind of flattering to have attention (even from someone that still lives with his mum, has no job, a computer game addiction and a personal hygiene issue), I suppose it’s just an inevitable sign of how sick some people are out there in ‘service-user’ land.

Here’s one for you trollie before I put you back under the bridge:

Two trolls decide to have a race and jump off a cliff, who wins?

 

…Society.

50-shades of embarrassment …


This story is so mad it must be true…

Inmates from a prison in Brazil escaped with the help of some of their ‘lady’ friends that dressed up in ‘sexy’ underwear and convinced them that a  party in the jail followed by an orgy was a really good idea…

… it wasn’t. The drink was drugged and when they woke up 28-prisoners were missing-along with the contents of the prison’s firearms locker… to add insult to injury, the cops that turned up took ‘photos of their handcuffed and naked colleagues for the internet…

It’s almost too good to read…

 

MEANWHILE…IN THE UK…

A POLICE superintendent is under investigation for not wearing shoes in his office in a case which has been highlighted amid growing concern over zealous internal probes in Scotland’s national force.

lol

Scum of the week award goes to…


The trash that stole from an old lady lying in the road…

Beneath contempt…

How mental is this?


‘These people are not criminals,’ says home affairs committee chairman Keith Vaz of the more than 6,000 detained last year…

Yeah Keith…just remind me again…who shut 80% of the mental health provision in our country? (point 1)

Grrr…

Now there are plans for officers (god knows where they will be found from) to accompany the few mental health professionals left out there in the world, in order to provide ‘triage’ to potential patients.

Where they go after that appears to be a mystery…(see point 1).

Well, they won’t be going to police stations if MPs have their way and I don’t want them there either…unless they’ve committed crimes.

…and that’s the rub, because orders can’t be made for treatment without arrest and court process…

Not counting the orders that the mental health teams apply for independently but there aren’t many of them – because …we don’t have that many..(see point 1).

Anyway… I’m off to work now.. those cherry picked crimes won’t get cherry picked by themselves!

Scary stuff…


 

Angus Gallagher stopped to help man lying on his back at petrol station. But once Brian Ramsay was on his feet he brutally attacked him in street.

The young mechanic left with fractured skull and ribs and 3 broken fingers and the 18-year-old also needed titanium plate to support his damaged right eye.

The poor chap is now paranoid and afraid to leave his home near Edinburgh…and Ramsay, 25  was- jailed for just 18 months…

I’ve not posted the injury because it’s horrific… but if you are a strong disposition click here

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2942717/Good-Samaritan-teenager-left-dead-battered-face-multiple-fractures-beaten-man-stopped-help.html#ixzz3QzIuXrFk
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How much do they hate us?


I see the Beeb are back to hating us again… no doubt at the request of their puppet masters in Downing Street…

An article that has to be seen to be believed appeared on their webpage today… it is truly disgusting- considering the media types involved…

“Do police believe they are above the law?”, whines Danny Shaw…and goes on to list some things the police have to oppress the poor masses: TASER, guns etc (conveniently forgetting that 99% of officers have neither…)… how we can intercept communications etc…

Sure we can… with the Home Secretary’s permission!

Of course, like most journos, he lets the cat out of the bag quite quickly of his REAL issue with the cops… we locked up his mates because the were hacking other people’s ‘phones -including a certain murdered teenager…

So…with the media and the gov happy to be on the same side for a change- expect more of the same boys and girls…even more because as we slowly disappear- we will be doing more and more…

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-31144757

What did you say?


I see the Met have a Polish Twitter account… lol

…only in the UK would a police force have a webpage that 99% of its own officers couldn’t read…

Leave it out…


Like most forces, we have a little bit of an issue with minimum manning at the moment… this creates a few problems:

The main ones we know about… the lack of officers to deal with jobs forcing us to put out cars single-manned, despite the current security situation; jobs that would be dealt with in detail and with great care- now have to be rushed- as other people are waiting for your precious time; the investigation team is now so time-pressured we have to make much hard decisions about how we use that time- occasionally, we have to walk away from some …

Then we have leave…

When officers (and civvies) are under this kind pressure, their time away from the job is precious … so, to have it refused because we are undermanned is frustrating…

… but when you are ALREADY below minimum manning before you send it off to admin is even more frustrating.

But hey … it’s OK…

Special or cheap police…


I’ve worked with loads of specials over the years… and they fit into a few general categories:

1. those that are ‘trying before buying’ and intend to join the Police…

2. those that are looking to flesh out their CV with a bit of public service…

3. those that have no life and like uniforms…

They make an invaluable contribution to numbers in an increasingly dwindling front line…

…and that that’s the issue…

Some forces like Gloucester, Avon and Somerset et al are recruiting like mad as they are now cut to the bone…and are struggling to cope.

BUT, are they value for money?

Eh? I thought they were free? Ed.

 Yes they are but they have to be trained and equipped…which is running at about £2700-3000 PER officer…

Given that they are not paid, the turn over rate is significant- it’s not an easy job even when you are being paid £30K… but facing the crap we face for nothing is not the act of a rational person in my opinion.

However, they are, of course cheaper in the long run if you think about pension etc… and you can get rid of them easy enough…

It’s the future eh?