The young officer, who has not been named but is in her 20s, needing facial surgery after she was assaulted while handcuffing the boy.
The thug, who was considerably bigger than the officer, punched her in the nose after she tried to restrain him during the stop-and-search in Ashby, Leicestershire, on September 12.He was sixteen. One of the fragile little souls that must never be tasered or have a spit hood placed on them...
Has the police force learned anything from the incident? Like, say, getting a slim, slight female involved in a tussle with someone who outweighs her so you can boast about 'community representation' and feel smug about your diversity credentials isn't a good idea?
Inspector Rich Jackson said: 'This was a horrific assault carried out on an officer who was simply doing her job.
'The attack was carried out by a person who was bigger, taller and stronger meaning that one punch caused horrendous long-term injuries.'
That'll be 'no' then.