Torbay police inspector Si Jenkinson said: 'The dangerous practice of "outing" people as professional criminals based on often unverifiable information fails to acknowledge the very complex vulnerabilities and chaotic lives of those concerned.'Old-style policing:
Officers have stated there are no genuine rough sleepers in Ely, Cambridgeshire, and are concerned the 'homeless' are misleading people.
Sergeant Phil Priestley said: 'There are no rough sleepers in Ely - all of the individuals that have been seen begging recently have been catered for with regards to housing and support.'Spot the difference?
Who would you rather have looking after your streets?
"Officers have stated there are no genuine rough sleepers in Ely, Cambridgeshire..."
Richard Murphy must sleep well at night...
It's a tell for Common Purpose Public Sector trash: 'Si' is meeting up with 'Roz' and 'Dave' to set up a working party with multi-agency approach operating on a going forward basis.
Meanwhile, in Realville, the Certified Super Genii at Conservative Central Office are still wondering why their base is fading away...
Batfink and Karate.
But if they's not available I'll take the Ely force.
Spud will be unable to sleep, he'll be too busy banging keyboard writing rants to Guardian, Conversation, Obama, Sturgeon... about neo-con Ely police being wrong.
"...Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley was speaking unusually freely, with his 31-year career in policing coming to an end in weeks, but official police social media platforms promoted and appeared to back his message.
He also directly compared the group Britain First – which has been roundly condemned by authorities whilst their leaders prosecuted – to the Islamic extremist groups CAGE and Muslim Engagement and Development (MEND)....
WPC Jaded, over to you
"Richard Murphy must sleep well at night..."
"It's a tell for Common Purpose Public Sector trash"
They must surely be fishing in a very small pool by now? Though our 'universities' seem to be doing their bit, sad to say.
"...speaking unusually freely, with his 31-year career in policing coming to an end in weeks..."
Oh yes, they always do this when they can't face any consequences. How brave.
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