The final quarter review. Jan 13 – March 13.

The Met saw criticism for ‘massaging’ crime figures for sexual assault.  Crime Figures have always been a hot potato and you know as well as I do, that certain crimes can be deemed as priority, volume or whatever, and it has been a widespread practice to ‘massage’, but there is a big difference between massaging and falsifying … Continue reading

Bigger headlines don’t mean worse crimes……

I saw that yet another journalist has been arrested on suspicion of computer hacking.  Patrick Foster, 28 years, was arrested in London on Wednesday 29th August 2012.  This was in relation to working alongside Scotland Yard with the Met, Operation Tuleta.  and he is  now the 11th person to be arrested, and is working alongside … Continue reading

Smile please………you have been caught on camera.

I read with interest that the Met Police have breached two persons Human rights after two persons took them to the High Court for being found ‘Not Guilty’ for offences, but the Met kept their photographs,  If the Met do not appeal this will have a knock on effect with all forces. The two unnamed … Continue reading

CCTV camera warning

CCTV camera warning

CCTV camera warning

Policing in the modern day….

I decided to join the modern world and head in to ‘cyberspace’ this week by joining twitter. I hear of so many complaints about Facebook, she said, he said, and often coming in to the police station expecting us to just whip out a laptop and zap the offending articles from the timeline, or having … Continue reading