The criminals in uniform – drug dealers and pervertors of justice in the police

This is the full title with ‘interesting’ bullet points on a Daily Mail article today:

The criminals in uniform: Almost 1,000 officers with convictions from drug dealing to perverting justice are still in the police

  • Two detective chief inspectors among 944 officers in England and Wales with a criminal record
  • One officer found guilty of gross misconduct after sending racist and sexist texts is still in his job
  • Hundreds of others facing misconduct allegations are allowed to escape punishment by quitting their forces

What if we could add all those who escaped punishment because of their complicit lawyers, court staff and judges?

What if that infamous Memorandum of Understanding between ACPO and the Law Society was replaced by a gentleman’s agreement to actually comply with the Rule of Law?

What if the 21 MPs who signed Early Day Motion 516 Reporting of Fraud were listened to? It should result in

  • the simplification of the procedure by which members of the public may report suspected cases of fraud
  • proper investigations of fraudulent actions
  • appropriate compensation of the victims of these crimes.

Maybe child snatching aks State Kidnapping would also be discovered as fraud and perversion of justice which the police contribute to!…




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6 Responses to The criminals in uniform – drug dealers and pervertors of justice in the police

  1. peter oakes says:

    Please keep it in mind ! This is the factual figure. You can bet
    your life! the true figure is ten times that published in other words
    it should be 10,000 bent coppers.

    Due to misguided loyalty and the herd mentality of the police literaly
    hundreds of their colleagues crimes go Un-Reported.

  2. bill says:

    what they don’t say is the true figures especially concerning west yorkshire police see Norman scarth

  3. JM says:

    surely any ‘reasonably minded and decent person’ wouldn’t even bother applying if they knew they had convictions for something….?

    i wonder if this article will ever be allowed into Court when it comes to challenging the credibily of the suspected pigyob witness…..or aren’t you allowed to do that? forgot, their ‘word’ is the law…

  4. A Jackson says:

    The figures depicting police officer convictions is only the tip of a large dirty iceberg. The levels of criminality within the police most often go unoticed by the general public (I can speak for the infamous North Wales police) as they (the police) lie & twist themselves out of justifiable complaints made against them. The complaints process is a farce, where the offending perverter of justice is protected by his equally bent sergeant & evidence minimised & distorted to fit their corrupt agenda.
    Where’s the REAL reform I ask, of these “unfit for purpose” low lifes parasiting off the tax payer, who have done quite nicely (monetarily) out of the ills of society?

    • bill says:

      if the average police officer was not in the force most of the would be villains their no more honest than any one else most of them are keeping out of jailby being in the police bill

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