When HM Inspectorate of Constabularies checks Child Protection: 75% of cases BAD @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK

16-12-20-hmic-inspectionsThis 113-page report is based on inspections carried out from February to May 2016. However, inspections did not include Kentish Town, Barnet or Holborn Stations which made me suffer.

HM Inspectorate of Constabulary [HMIC] visited Police in 16 of the 32 London boroughs:

  1. North – Brent, Islington, Haringey, Harrow;
  2. South – Lambeth, Southwark, Bromley, Bexley;
  3. East – Tower Hamlets, Havering, Waltham Forest, Newham;
  4. West – Richmond, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham; and
  5. Central – Westminster.

Published in November 2016, the report received these reviews:

  1. Met police heavily criticised over child protection failings – Emergency measures for force after watchdog says 75% of sampled child risk cases reveal serious police errors – The Guardian 25.11.16
    • Anne Longfield, the children’s commissioner for England, said: “It is deeply worrying that the Met has not yet got to grips with the way it tackles child abuse and sexual exploitation. Its delay in doing so will have blighted the lives of many thousands of London’s children whose abuse has gone undetected by the authorities tasked with protecting them.”
  2. ‘Serious errors’ by Met Police put children at risk – damning report – No chief officer was responsible for child protection across London – The Telegraph 25.11.16
    • “Victims weren’t protected, evidence was lost and offenders continued to pose a risk to children.”
    • “…inexcusably poor practice at every stage of a child’s interaction with the police.”
    • Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt, who will now coordinate child-protection efforts, said: “We have re-thought how we go about our work to protect London’s most vulnerable.”
  3. Met Police making ‘serious errors’ in child abuse cases, inspectors warn – Three quarters of cases found to have been handled inadequately or requiring improvement – The Independent 25.11.16
    • “The Met is a large and complex force but, nevertheless, the importance of the police getting this right and protecting children cannot be overstated.”
    • Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she had requested public quarterly reports from HMIC on the Met’s progress.
    • She said: “The findings of this report are profoundly concerning. They raise serious issues that must be urgently addressed.”
  4. Metropolitan Police sex abuse case ‘failings put children at risk’ – Inspectors found 277 of 384 child sexual abuse cases had been poorly handled by the force – BBC11.16
    • Current London Mayor Sadiq Khan said: “This deeply troubling report has found that, too often, children in our city have been let down when they are most in need.
    • “This is simply unacceptable and things must change.”
    • He says he has set out a plan to improve the service, including “a new independent group of child protection experts”.

In the spirit of Christmas, which we anticipated as children for the presents, we now need to ask ourselves where are the adults who have received the spiritual gifts of love, faith and hope to shine the light into the darkness of evil?

In Germany, three fathers got nailed to a cross outside the highest court in Karlsruhe, as they campaign for Both Parents for All Children. They felt that the microphone they were given was like the sponge with vinegar that was given to Jesus…

Here in the UK, I compiled the statistics of 152 local authorities into an 8-page report Children in Care.


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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5 Responses to When HM Inspectorate of Constabularies checks Child Protection: 75% of cases BAD @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK

  1. mr grumpy says:

    “We have re-thought how we go about our work to protect London’s most vulnerable.”

    maybe we should re-think how we pay their pensions. or even if we pay them at all.

  2. truth1 says:

    This reminds me of a song:

    Looking for love in all the wrong places
    looking for love in too many faces
    searching their eyes – looking for traces
    of what I’m dreaming of
    Hoping to find a friend and lover
    I’ll bless the day I discover – another Heart
    looking for love

    Johnny Lee – Looking For Love

    It seems like they look in all the wrong places. You don’t suppose there might be a reason for their choices and avoidances? I’m just thinking out loud. I find this in human nature and psychology. We often only go looking for what we want to find and if we find something we do not like, than we don’t find it. How about that?! A selective filter. The human intellect is fascinating in that within that intellect are 2 big possibilities. Either great enlightenment or complete self-deception and denial of reality. That’s a pretty big contrast in possibilities. How interesting it would have been has Satan the p***k allowed humans to continue to receive their instruction from God and do all this the right way. But we can learn thru bitter experience, too. But having to witness it is no joy. But I far prefer that to denial and cowardice.

  3. truth1 says:

    One last thought after checking my spelling and grammar. It may have been that the natural result of free moral agency is that all possibilities will come up and about, so that it would be impossible to not end up having someone question and even dispute their maker/creator/God, forcing all these things to be answered in dramatic demonstration for all to see and witness. Its a tough lesson, yes, but one that delivers results perhaps unattainable in any other way. Experience is by far, the best teacher and as humans, we seldom learn anything except by accident or mistake.
    For what its worth!

  4. Renata Ostertag says:

    Bexley got to be the worst !


  5. peter oakes says:

    Todays news 21 Dec.2016. The police say, ” child sex abuse complaints have
    doubled in last 12 months ” and strangely ? 10 % of paedophiles are of
    ” Public prominence ” does that mean police officers ?. No doubt
    Inspectorate of Constabulary are making inquiries and investigations
    in the wrong places, obviously by design. We have stated for years
    freemasons, police, solicitors, teachers, clergy all those mentioned in
    the Maranatha Report. on Satanis Ritual Abuse these prominent people
    are there for their mutual protection from detection ! Re; Supdt. Gordon
    Anglesea protected by fellow officers and the constabularies for 27 years !

    Start at the top ! check out all chief constables and work down,
    most of them got rank through favour ? and not abillity

    No one I know as a victim trusts judges, 90% perverted in their
    private school days. Or is it Public School days

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