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Policing UK – The Analogy

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it occurred to me this morning, while munching on my CocoPops (I don’t do muesli), just exactly what is happening to British Policing in the name of Reform.

Take the instance of a brave Gladiator, struck down in combat with one arm severed, and a leg barely hanging on.  What is going to happen to that brave Gladiator?  In the absence of the wherewithal to heal his wounds he will surely die.

Policing is such a Gladiator.  We have seen Central Government hack at our limbs until we are now, surely, mortally wounded. Is there anybody out there willing or able to stitch or cauterise our wounds?

If the answer is “NO” then our life-blood will surely ebb away, just as certainly as that of our brave Gladiator, and the end result must surely be the same, a certain death.

Is this what Government intended? If not, they must have surely been Reckless in the extreme in their actions.

The blood is already flowing, our life-blood is ebbing into the barren soil, the NHS are also struggling so it’s not certain if the Ambulance and Doctors etc will arrive in time.

Only one course of action left, put AMIP and the Coroner on standby, looks like there’s a Murder Enquiry on the horizon.

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2 thoughts on “Policing UK – The Analogy”

  1. It is not an accident it is by design. We see it as as reckless but they see it as their intended outcome. They want to see the destruction of the Police Service as an independent entity. They want an end to the division of power and want to control the Police. I live in a country and have previously lived in countries that are controlled by the ruling political party. It is not a route we should be going along. It destroys the impartiality of the Police Service but that is exactly what they want. Soon what is left of the Police will not act within the law it will act on the directions of politicians. The majority of our current police responsibilities will be in the hands of private companies and those who can afford to pay will get a police service and those who can’t won’t. Policing in general will be directed by CEO’s and shareholders. The Police will no longer act with impartiality or in the interest of the public. Any police officer who objects (be they a PC or a CC) will be replaced by someone who will be more accommodating to their political masters!

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