Corruption In The Met

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  1. There are very many police whistleblowers who have been targeted in this way which appears to be a standard response by many forces.
    There is a case which is likely to be publicised in the very near future where a CID whistleblower was victimised for over 10 years, subjected to 2 police operations, forced out of 2 homes in 2 counties, he and his wife were bankrupted as a result of the actions of the police force and he is the only officer ever to have been dismissed without a disciplinary hearing sanctioned by the police authority. We will keep you posted on this. The case will also highlight the failures by the IPCC and others which allowed the victimisation to continue. As the case involved high profile senior officers the local police federation ran for the hills. Two fed reps who volunteered from other forces were also victimised.
    It is estimated the cost of the actions against the officer and defending claims is in seven figures.
    I hope others may also come forward as a result if your blog with similar examples.

  2. ideb8 says:

    If only, if only.

    Come on Bernie-Hogwash, give up the pretence of fairness & broad-mindedness in how you oversee Met operations.

    Just admit you’re grossly vindictive & won’t tolerate anything resembling insubordination, that your continued persecution of honest officers proves your priorities now undermine evidence-based policing, depending as it must on the truth, another victim – like justice – resulting from your condoning, if not encouragement, of puerile macho bullying.

    If most ACPO members aren’t forthright or brave enough to confront your suppression of honest employees, employees whose only crime is the refusal to lie, the resulting unchallenged vicious circle of fear and loathing must inevitably destroy morale. Leave that to May.

    Are Londoners happy for their police to be so ground down that, like the Iraqi forces hiding their uniforms as Isis approaches, any future riots will only be met by Boris, Cruella & Bernie manning 3 stationary water cannon on Parliament Square?

    Listen to the Retired and Angry one before you’re too late. If only.

  3. ideb8 says:

    If only, if only.

    Come on Bernie-Hogwash, give up the pretence of fairness & broad-mindedness in how you oversee Met operations.

    Just admit you’re grossly vindictive & won’t tolerate anything resembling insubordination, that your continued persecution of honest officers proves your priorities now undermine evidence-based policing, depending as it must on the truth, another victim – like justice – resulting from your condoning, if not encouragement, of puerile macho bullying.

    If most ACPO members aren’t forthright or brave enough to confront your suppression of honest employees, employees whose only crime is the refusal to lie, the resulting unchallenged vicious circle of fear and loathing must inevitably destroy morale. Leave that to May.

    Are Londoners happy for their police to be so ground down that, like the Iraqi forces hiding their uniforms as Isis approaches, any future riots will only be met by Boris, Cruella & Bernie manning 3 stationary water cannon on Parliament Square?

    Listen to the Retired and Angry one before you’re too late. If only.

  1. June 22, 2014

    […] Now, there’s a headline to grab your attention.I have never denied that there is corruption present within the Met, I know there is.  […]

  2. June 22, 2014

    […] Now, there’s a headline to grab your attention.I have never denied that there is corruption present within the Met, I know there is.  […]

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