It’s That Time Again

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  1. david says:

    I’d avoid T-shirts at this point. They can pose a logistic problem, let alone the £ transactions, but what is their purpose? Is there an occassion when wearing them would have an effect – Federation meetings come to mind. A MOPAC meeting?

    The best commitment now remain making donations.

  2. david says:

    I’d avoid T-shirts at this point. They can pose a logistic problem, let alone the £ transactions, but what is their purpose? Is there an occassion when wearing them would have an effect – Federation meetings come to mind. A MOPAC meeting?

    The best commitment now remain making donations.

  3. ideb8 says:

    PC James Patrick

    No ordinary Copper

    Do not tarnish

    Not to be downgraded
    like crime figures

    No more lies

    (some combo?)

  4. ideb8 says:

    PC James Patrick

    No ordinary Copper

    Do not tarnish

    Not to be downgraded
    like crime figures

    No more lies

    (some combo?)

  5. Jim Thomson (retired L&B) says:

    I’d buy (and wear) a T-shirt …. just a personal view, although David IS correct about logistical issues.

  6. Jim Thomson (retired L&B) says:

    I’d buy (and wear) a T-shirt …. just a personal view, although David IS correct about logistical issues.

  7. I was one of the folk who Alan mentions. I worked with him, was his partner on the Area Intelligence Unit for a while. He’s honest, straight forward and doesn’t deserve any negative criticism with regard to this matter. He is working totally in his own time because he believes an injustice has been committed . Indeed that just about sums him up. If anyone has anything negative to say they can take it up with me, He’s too busy doing a great job

  8. I was one of the folk who Alan mentions. I worked with him, was his partner on the Area Intelligence Unit for a while. He’s honest, straight forward and doesn’t deserve any negative criticism with regard to this matter. He is working totally in his own time because he believes an injustice has been committed . Indeed that just about sums him up. If anyone has anything negative to say they can take it up with me, He’s too busy doing a great job

  9. ideb8 says:

    Will those twitterers who persist in attacking Alan Wright desist and publicly apologise? Alan has consistently supported James through thick and thin, is of impeccable character, is the most honourable of former police officers, freely gives hours of his time and effort to help others, is the most trusted supporter of James and should not be subject to such vile treatment.
    (http://helpthepatricks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/see-also.html)

  10. ideb8 says:

    Will those twitterers who persist in attacking Alan Wright desist and publicly apologise? Alan has consistently supported James through thick and thin, is of impeccable character, is the most honourable of former police officers, freely gives hours of his time and effort to help others, is the most trusted supporter of James and should not be subject to such vile treatment.
    (http://helpthepatricks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/see-also.html)

  11. The latest HMIC report that has hit the news this morning is yet more evidence in support of James. He was right. They were wrong and yet they obfuscated, lied and otherwise deflected from his revelations.

    http://thinbluelineuk.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/interim-hmic-report-on-crime-data.html

    Mrs May

    1.We have been telling you that police recorded crime has been manipulated & fiddled since 2009
    2.Other sites and officers have been telling you the same
    3.James Patrick and others gave evidence on this to the PACT committee back in November 2013
    4.I (Steve Bennett – Retired WMP) supplied written evidence to the PACT committee
    5.The Home Office knew of this prior to and since the coalition took office
    6.Despite this, the Coalition included policing in the CSR.
    7.000’s of officer numbers have been cut
    8.Chief & Senior police officers were paid massive bonuses to create, oversee or otherwise condone processes that have corrupted crime numbers. None of these bonuses have been repaid.
    9.These bonuses in their quantum massively outweigh the amounts found to have been mis-claimed by the MP Expenses scandal
    10.ACPO rank officers & senior command management have perpetrated and orchestrated this disgraceful pernicious deception, whilst the rank and file were forced to implement these corrupt practices, impugning and compromising their professional integrity
    11.THIS is the biggest contributor to the fall in police confidence and officer morale
    12.What, if anything will you do to ensure James Patrick is treated fairly through his departure from the met?
    13.What, if anything, will you do to bring the ACPO & Senior management officers responsible for this scandal to account?
    14.Will you now accept that crime has not fallen, at least not to the massively manipulated level you have boated and it was a gross error to reduce officer numbers and that recruitment will funded to enable the British tax payer to have the police presence it needs to combat the true crime levels?
    15.What will you do to stop the vilification and victimisation of whistle blowers in the police?
    16.Will you now look at police detections with the same scrutiny as they are fiddled just as perversely as recorded crime?
    17.Will you stand up with integrity and honesty and admit that the proud boasts of falling crime over recent years was fallacious political spin?
    18.You commissioned the Office of National Statistics to thoroughly investigate the integrity of police recorded crime. “Gaming” or the fiddling of figures received a one line reference in that report with no recommendations for any remedy. Will you accept that this was a complete waste of time?
    19.Will you accept that British Crime Survey, based on a comparatively tiny sample of less than 40,000 interviewees is a weak indicator of crime?
    20.WHAT if anything will you do to restore public confidence and officer morale now?
    We won’t hold our breath that you will take any real positive action. Forgive the cynicism of a retired police officer, but from previous broken political promises and the disgraceful treatment of the British police officers, all we have come to expect is the more rhetoric and the usual political spin.
    Steve Bennett
    Retired West Midlands Police Officer
    Thin Blue Line UK

  12. The latest HMIC report that has hit the news this morning is yet more evidence in support of James. He was right. They were wrong and yet they obfuscated, lied and otherwise deflected from his revelations.

    http://thinbluelineuk.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/interim-hmic-report-on-crime-data.html

    Mrs May

    1.We have been telling you that police recorded crime has been manipulated & fiddled since 2009
    2.Other sites and officers have been telling you the same
    3.James Patrick and others gave evidence on this to the PACT committee back in November 2013
    4.I (Steve Bennett – Retired WMP) supplied written evidence to the PACT committee
    5.The Home Office knew of this prior to and since the coalition took office
    6.Despite this, the Coalition included policing in the CSR.
    7.000’s of officer numbers have been cut
    8.Chief & Senior police officers were paid massive bonuses to create, oversee or otherwise condone processes that have corrupted crime numbers. None of these bonuses have been repaid.
    9.These bonuses in their quantum massively outweigh the amounts found to have been mis-claimed by the MP Expenses scandal
    10.ACPO rank officers & senior command management have perpetrated and orchestrated this disgraceful pernicious deception, whilst the rank and file were forced to implement these corrupt practices, impugning and compromising their professional integrity
    11.THIS is the biggest contributor to the fall in police confidence and officer morale
    12.What, if anything will you do to ensure James Patrick is treated fairly through his departure from the met?
    13.What, if anything, will you do to bring the ACPO & Senior management officers responsible for this scandal to account?
    14.Will you now accept that crime has not fallen, at least not to the massively manipulated level you have boated and it was a gross error to reduce officer numbers and that recruitment will funded to enable the British tax payer to have the police presence it needs to combat the true crime levels?
    15.What will you do to stop the vilification and victimisation of whistle blowers in the police?
    16.Will you now look at police detections with the same scrutiny as they are fiddled just as perversely as recorded crime?
    17.Will you stand up with integrity and honesty and admit that the proud boasts of falling crime over recent years was fallacious political spin?
    18.You commissioned the Office of National Statistics to thoroughly investigate the integrity of police recorded crime. “Gaming” or the fiddling of figures received a one line reference in that report with no recommendations for any remedy. Will you accept that this was a complete waste of time?
    19.Will you accept that British Crime Survey, based on a comparatively tiny sample of less than 40,000 interviewees is a weak indicator of crime?
    20.WHAT if anything will you do to restore public confidence and officer morale now?
    We won’t hold our breath that you will take any real positive action. Forgive the cynicism of a retired police officer, but from previous broken political promises and the disgraceful treatment of the British police officers, all we have come to expect is the more rhetoric and the usual political spin.
    Steve Bennett
    Retired West Midlands Police Officer
    Thin Blue Line UK

  13. Kath Gillon says:

    James Patrick is a hero in my eyes, it is about time the Met stopped blaming him for their shortcomings and dealt with their shoddy working practices.
    They have no excuse for the way they are treating him.
    I wish him and his family all the best in their continuing fight against this injustice and I fervently hope he is cleared of all wrong doing.

  14. Kath Gillon says:

    James Patrick is a hero in my eyes, it is about time the Met stopped blaming him for their shortcomings and dealt with their shoddy working practices.
    They have no excuse for the way they are treating him.
    I wish him and his family all the best in their continuing fight against this injustice and I fervently hope he is cleared of all wrong doing.

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