HMIC Are Pissing Me Right Off

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  1. Soontobegone says:

    The problem is not helped by msm who when the Home secretary and HMIC make these statements, do not ask the right questions.
    It is clear that crime is not down. RECORDED crime might be, see there is a difference. Every Government l have known has fudged the figures to suit.

    “Less bureaucratic” ?
    I must have missed that bit. Paperwork is getting less, true but it is replaced by electronic forms, that still need to be filled out. Mmmmmm, l wonder who will fill those out?

    No one drills into those empty statements because if they asked the right questions, they would see the lies for what they are. In bed together, you bet.

    • Alan says:

      The report hat Penning refers to has this to say

      There was a 6% increase in police recorded crime compared with the previous year, with 4.3 million offences recorded in the year ending September 2015. Most of this rise is thought to be due to a greater proportion of reports of crime being recorded in the last year, following improved compliance with national recording standards by police forces.

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