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What, if anything, do our police actually do?

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Wonderful news from our police bosses

Hopefully, you’ll have been as excited as I was to learn about our police bosses’ latest brilliant plan – the Police Race Action Plan.

Our police proudly announced their great idea a few days ago:

The Police Race Action Plan has been developed jointly by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the College of Policing with input from stakeholders, including the National Black Police Association, the Independent Scrutiny and Oversight Board Chair, and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.

It aims to address:

  • disparities affecting Black people
  • lower levels of trust and confidence in the police among some Black people

Here’s a link to the Action Plan:

https://assets.college.police.uk/s3fs-public/Police-Race-Action-Plan.pdf

I suspect the Police Race Action Plan will cost us taxpayers millions of pounds and use up tens of thousands of policing hours.

Policing everything except crime?

As our police launch their latest navel-gazing, own-arsehole-admiring initiative, they seem to have abandoned the old-fashioned idea that the job of the police might be to prevent crime and then solve crime when it does happen.

Violent crime, especially knife crime, is rising each year:

(left-click on image, then left-click again to see more clearly)

Moreover, in the five years up to the start of Xi PingPong’s lab-leaked Wuhan Chinese plague, the UK police’s rate of solving crime fell from a pathetic 15.5% in 2014/15 to and even more unbelievably derisory 7.8% by 2018/9:

Though, of course, our police still have plenty of time and energy to display their commitment to those three modern gods – diversity, inclusion and equity:

To do TikTok videos of their dance skills:

And to kneel in subservience to BLM rioters and thugs:

Here’s (I believe) one of the main sponsors of the terrific Police Race Action Plan – Chief Constable Sir David Thompson:

Meanwhile, the police no longer bother responding to boring stuff like burglaries, sexual assaults, domestic violence, car thefts, drug-dealing, antisocial behaviour etc etc. Though if you call your neighbour a “fat idiot” or use the wrong pronoun for someone or suggest certain individuals might be more at home in some other country, the police will be on you like a ton of bricks.

It’s a pity the police didn’t name their new idea – “Constabulary Race Action Plan” – as the acronym would have better represented the value of this nonsense for ordinary taxpayers.

Khan’s blood-soaked streets of London

The city with the worst rise in crime, especially knife crime, is of course our vibrant, diverse, multicultural paradise – London.

Here’s a video I made three years ago warning what would happen if Londoners re-elected the (IMHO) useless, self-serving, incompetent Mayor Khan. Enjoy:

8 comments to What, if anything, do our police actually do?

  • A Thorpe

    Last week the village newsletter arrived with one page about the surgery and I spoke to a neighbour about it. Her response was the same as mine – what are they for? First we had the rules for getting in, then other places we would need to go, a list of treatments that the local pharmacy would carry out, ways they will contact us online and finally a new “social prescriber” to address our concerns. I don’t imagine they will want to know that they have become pointless. There is a clear decline and failure of all state provided services.

    I do have more sympathy for the police because they do have to deal with situations most of us would not want to face. But if the rate of solving all crimes is as low as shown, then in general what are the police doing? Perhaps some events should not be crimes if they cannot be solved, then at least we know we are on our own, but if we take matters into our own hands, we will become the criminals.

    I’ve just checked a letter to my father from a Chief Constable. I was 11 in 1955 and with some other children we cut off a dead branch from a tree for the village bonfire. Somebody saw us and my father had to pay for the damage, five shillings. Now nobody sees anything, or perhaps they are too afraid. I am convinced this is due to motor car use. There is hardly anybody walking the streets except in town centres to see anything, so how can some crimes be solved except through security cameras on every lamppost and I’m sure nobody wants that.

    I saw part of a GBNews interview of an ex-policeman by Andrew Doyle and he was saying what you point out which is they have become politicised and this needs to end. They should be completely impartial and end joining in all the parades and antics.

    I don’t even know what I would consider an acceptable level of crime, and it seems obvious that crime is concentrated in some areas. The police and the government don’t want to see this. It is impossible to eliminate it all and the nature of crimes change. Look at the online crimes and telephone scams. They only exist because of technology.

    We all expect something should be done about crime and it isn’t that easy, but we are paying mayors and PCCs to do something about it. The first step must be to get rid of these useless people being paid to deal with the problems, which was a point made on GBNews.

  • Paul Chambers

    We were broken into a few years ago and the police responded immediately but that was all. A forensic woman came around to test for finger prints but nothing was found so that was that. I did have a call a few months later as one of the two cars stolen was used in a raid and they wanted a statement for a case against the perpetrators but we never heard again from the police about our crime.

    What became infuriating was the endless bombardment from the victims of crime call centre. They were relentless and pointless really – always asian sounding women so i guess it was a work creation scheme in leicester or birmingham. I had to block the number as they kept calling to ask if i was ok.

  • Tomsk

    The police are now a lost cause. Communities would be better off now forming their own protective sentrys of sorts. I’ve seen Sikh and Jewish communities have their own patrols and deterrent. GB News had an ex copper on Andrew Doyle’s show. It may be available online but he said it as it is.

  • Jeffrey Palmer

    The Met rainbow policepersons appear to spend all their time arresting and charging each other with rape, sexual assault, and fraud.

    So I’m not surprised they find no time to patrol the unfortunate capital’s blood-drenched streets.

    I gather that the fashionably gender-fluid Dame Dick pocketed a £166,000 taxpayer-funded payoff for the state she/it/ze left London’s police service in.

    Nice work if you can get it.

  • Eric Legge

    It is as if the governments and mainstream media of the west have it in for their people. Proof: they are all following the same script as closely as possible.

    Here is Simon Webb’s take on this latest initiative from our ruling liberal decadents:

    Why should the Chief Constables Britain be trying to explain racial disparities? –

  • Marc Ager

    I signed the following government petition that was signed by 151,044:

    Petition – Do not sign any WHO Pandemic Treaty unless it is approved via public referendum

    Read the response from the government here:

    https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/614335

  • Brenda Blessed

    THE TALE OF TWO SOLOMONS

    David Starkey discusses Nicola Solomon, the new president of the Society of Authors after Philip Pullman resigned.

    Moscow 1934; London 2022: The Enemy Within The West

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dromN2We5uw

    It is not too difficult to guess the ethnicity of Nicola Solomon. Another Solomon, Enver Solomon, is the new CEO of the Refugee Council.

    Here is a YouTube video of Douglas Murray debating Enver Solomon. In my opinion, Murray wins the argument hands down.

    What do refugees bring to Britain? Douglas Murray vs Enver Solomon? | SpectatorTV

  • bad Brian

    A good article complimented by the Simon Webb video that Eric posted.

    The big problem is once again the MSM have ignored this further step towards the madhouse and we see the continued erosion of what most of us believe in. try talking to your workmates or your pals in the pub about this and they will not know about this development and suggest you have invented this nonsense yourself.

    The police should be colour blind and not training themselves to be nicer to black criminals than white criminals.

    The whole concept is idiotic and unless it is nipped in the bud we know what the consequences will be. This sort of complacency is why our roads are now clogged with women drivers on their way to vote !

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