I thought that Policing was much about Right and Wrong, making sure people do things right and prosecuting (other methods of Disposal are also available) the ones who didn’t.  Am I very wide of the mark there?  Simplistic I know, …

Shouldn’t The College of Policing Be Better Behaved? 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 don’t have many proud days in my life, but 3rd July 1972 was one of them, I joined the Met.  16 weeks later I passed out of Henditz Training School and that was another.  In 1995 I was presented …

And the Melton Mowbray For 2014 Is Awarded To……The Met Read more »

And this is how that works. Many years ago before I retired from the Metropolitan Police Farce, one of my jobs was putting together proactive packages against prolific criminals.  These had to be meticulously researched, all intelligence correctly evaluated, and …

The Criminals Have More Rights And Respect Than We Do….. Read more »

I don’t know about you but I’ve absolutely had enough of the sleaze and expenses furore from all parties in our illustrious government, Lords and Commoners alike. I’m also quite (well extremely actually) fed up with the constant bashing that …

MPs Expenses – 2 Versions Read more »