If a certain well known Danish Brewery did Professional Standards Departments they MIGHT align with my version. I would base it more or less on the model that existed in the Met in the late 90s under Sir Ian Blair. …

Professional Standards – But My Way Read more »

I’m sure you don’t need reminding that Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is the ‘top cop’ in the land, the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, Big Cheese, Top Johnny. He is in charge. Under his stewardship we have seen one of …

So Just When Will Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe Resign? Read more »

For months and even years now, ex PC James Patrick fought the law, and the law won.  Whistleblower Extraordinaire, he exposed an undeniable truth, that CrimeStats were being routinely fiddled by a variety of people within the Met, and for …

Is The End Game Finally In Sight? Read more »

Balance of probabilities is the standard of proof required in all civil cases (and Disciplinary Hearings). It basically means that to win you need to convince the judge/Chairperson that your case is 51% likely to be true. i.e. your story …

The Balance Of Probabilities Read more »

I almost never have any time for Richard Littlejohn, so this is probably a first for me, and maybe for you.This is an old article from the Daily Fail dating back to December 2012, prophetic in parts, and probably not …

Without brave whistleblowers, Ali Dizaei would be running the Met police Read more »

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. I have, however, frequently disputed the scale of that corruption.  Personally I do not think it’s …

Corruption In The Met Read more »

I sat down this morning to watch the video of the Greater London Policing and Crime Committee meeting from 13th May and to read the transcript of same meeting. I very soon thought I was watching an episode of The …

RetiredAndAngry’s Whistle-Blowing Policy Read more »

What is it that’s so bleeding obvious? That the Met has lost its way.  Never before have I known it to flounder and flap around like a fish out of water as they are at the moment under their current …

Stating The Bleeding Obvious Read more »

Back in the beginning of February I asked the Met for the cost of the James Patrick Disciplinary Enquiry.  Their reply, you may remember, was Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS) investigations are not routinely costed by the MPS. The investigation …

The Met Re-Launches Operation Own Goal Read more »

As many of you will know Friday saw a small campaign launched, designed to raise the profile of James Patrick’s concerns about his treatment by the Met. Within a very short space of time I managed to rustle up 50+ …

#Justice4PCPatrick–The Update Read more »