This is BBC News: A report by the police watchdog shows Dyfed-Powys Police topped a list with corruption allegations made against it for the size of its force. But the IPCC Chair Dame Anne Owers says: “Corruption is not widespread.”
Well, how do you measure corruption? The IPCC report only comes up with the number of complaints per 1,000 officers. But would there have been a demo, if there hadn’t been a problem???
Maybe a better measure is the number of visits to websites!?
|Victims Unite||over 108,000 since August 2010|
|This site||over 9,500 since August 201|
Or the number of signatures and page views of online petitions and the remarkable quality of their comments?
Or is it the 200 parents whose children are taken against their will and who are sent to prison on top of losing their kids? I don’t think this can happen without police, can it?
I better write to Dame Anne Owers and open her eyes in the ivory tower behind her desk!
- Royal Commission on Policing – already proposed in March 2011 – supported by 92 MPs (victims-unite.net)
- IPCC to probe corruption allegations in Stephen Lawrence investigation (itv.com)
- Demo today: 3-6pm: Abolish the Independent Police Complaints Commission (mauricejohnkirk.wordpress.com)
- PM: Lawrence case corruption claims must be examined (independent.co.uk)
- Demonstrators ask: Abolish the IPCC and Keith Vaz MP responds with an Inquiry (victims-unite.net)
- Three held over police ‘bribes’ (bbc.co.uk)
- IPCC to handle all Met Police racism complaints (telegraph.co.uk)
- IPCC not investigating new Stephen Lawrence corruption claims (itv.com)