While I sit and ponder my future I found myself thinking about a couple of ‘Improvements’ that Theresa May has made to Policing.  My experience and knowledge is really linked to the Met, so if I say something which does …

Policing Under Theresa May – Some Undeniable Truths Read more »

#CutsHaveConsequences is a hashtag that’s been used a lot in the past few weeks, and rightly so. It got me to thinking. Every single Force in the land has suffered cuts since 2010, all in the name of Austerity. Their …

When The Music Stops or #CutsHaveConsequences Read more »

It’s only Tuesday, and my quill is already getting blunt. Yesterday I discussed the (yet again) vindictive reports coming out of HMIC and IPCC, you can find that here if you haven’t already read it. Today I’m occupied by the …

It’s Going To Be A Busy Old Week 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 »

Well, it’s nothing to do with Evidence really, I just fancied the Title, but it does have an awful lot to do with BOLLOX with a a CAPITAL B. I’ve been nice to the Met for a couple of days …

The Evidence I Shall Give Shall Be The Bollox, The Whole Bollox and Nothing But The Bollox 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 »