@UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK What does it take for #Police to become corrupt? Sex? Money? Promotion? Perks?

Here’s the Police oath taken from Wikipedia:

The 43 territorial police forces in England and Wales are responsible for general policing. Members of the police Service are attested under section 29 of the Police Act 1996.[1]The prescribed form of words is that given by schedule 4 to the Act (inserted by section 83 of the Police Reform Act 2002[2]), as follows:

I, … of … do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the Queen in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to be kept and preserved and prevent all offences against people and property; and that while I continue to hold the said office I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.

Why did the Legal Services of the Metropolitan Police cover up with denial and fraudulent Grounds of Resistance in response to a Judicial Review of the mother whose two children were taken into Police ‘Protection’?

What do the Hampstead 2 and the Enfield 6 have in common? Barnet Police!

Why did Police fail to stitch me up, as their arresting officer did not keep investigative records about my malicious arrest on a Sunday after midnight?

Why did she handcuff me when I phoned my solicitor at 00.29?

Why did the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) charge me when they knew the Police were stitching me up? After all, Police had initiated taking ‘witness’ statements, without any victims complaining!

Why have three hate crimes been committed against me affecting my landlord and my neighbour – without investigation so far?

Why do Police whistleblowers get hounded? See Good Cop Down and its Paedophilia case.

Here’s the CPS Code with these two key questions:

  1. Is there enough evidence against the defendant – with a realistic prospect of conviction?
  2. Is it in the public interest for the CPS to bring the case to court?

And here’s a potted history of police corruption:

  1. 1997 – Deja vu: Corruption, Reform, Paedophilia and Satanic Ritual Abuse: Royal Commission into New South Wales Police
  2. 20 Oct 2013 – Sunday Express: ‘Police gunman told me to ignore paedophiles’, says ex-child protection officer
  3. 13 Jan 2014 – The Independent: Revealed: how gangs used the freemasons to corrupt policeGangsters able to recruit police officers through secret society, says investigation for Scotland Yard
  4. 07 Mar 2015 – The Spectator: The shocking truth about police corruption in Britain; it’s a growing problem, but they’re hunting whistleblowers instead
  5. 14 Mar 2015 – BBC News: Child sex abuse is woven into British society – Theresa May
  6. 18 Oct 2015 – House of Commons: Police Protection of Paedophiles: Tom Watson MP @ Home Affairs Committee
  7. 14 Jan 2016 – The Telegraph: Most sex abuse cases go ‘unsolved’ as police fail to investigate, says judgeJudge says police are failing to investigate sex crimes
  8. 10 May 2016 – The Telegraph: Police refuse to reveal the new names of 800 paedophiles to protect their human rights
  9. 01 Jun 2016 – Bristol Post: Rapists and paedophiles in Bristol allowed to change names, but police won’t say who
  10. 27 Jul 2016 – UK Column: The Child Abuse Cover-Up by a Police Whistleblower
  11. 29 Jul 2016 – NBC News: 30 Million Child Abuse Images Recovered, 77 Suspects Charged

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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3 Responses to @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK What does it take for #Police to become corrupt? Sex? Money? Promotion? Perks?

  1. colinberry2 says:

    Well I think that goes for our local MPs and all, do they read their own code or is it blatantly ignored. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201516/cmcode/1076/107602.htm#a1

  2. truth1 says:

    Well, Sabine, the oath is just a pretty facade to make people think they are in good hands. But the truth is, police need to make their “masters” (those who pay them directly) happy. That means they are more like mob enforcement that we have here in the USA. They protect and defend the crown, how sees the population as a harvesting ground for fun and pleasure and money. Child trafficking is a very profitable industry and enjoys world wide markets and profits. Some nations feature child sex as part of a sex tourism attraction. Some countries would be otherwise avoided. As it is, they are popular destinations for many.

    So the truth is that our world is a monstrous hideous nightmare for children. If they are born to poor mothers who got them thru prostitution, the children will likely end up in the same situations. for some reason, most people could care less about what goes on. I can only say this. They are going to find out, too late, why they should have cared. The day will come when death will be an hourly if not a minut by minute affair, with unbelievable unprecedented level of “killing.” I say killing because it will look like innocent tragedy such as famine or earthquake, but it will be intentionally designed to kill huge masses of people. As they are taking their last breaths in agony, they will understand too late they they should have cared far more about so much more. God only seeks out the pro-active and to hell the rest. He has no use for those who are oblivious to suffering and desperation. And I am in His corner all the way.

    I’ll steal a line from ELP’s song, Father Xmas:
    Hallelujah Noel
    whether heaven or hell
    The Xmas we get, we deserve.

  3. Reblogged this on Musings of a Penpusher and commented:
    This is a never-ending saga of horrors, with each revelation more horrific than its predecessor

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