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I follow the Police Inspector Blog written by an active Police Inspector under the pseudonym of Inspector Gadget. A name chosen, I suspect, with a mixture of irony and self deprecation, which nevertheless provides an insight into what is really happening to policing ‘on the beat‘. Inspector Gadget often talks about ‘The Swamp Estate on the edge of Ruraltown‘ and his latest offering The truth behind falling crime figures is yet another indictment against politicised policing. The fictional British Crime statistics (BCS) introduced a methodology for massaging the crime figures for political purposes; which when coupled with sentencing procedures, effectively throws offenders back on the street. But wait – we live in an age of ‘super heroes‘ – we now have newly appointed Police and Crime Commissioners able to take the necessary initiatives needed to tackle crime. This, presumably, regardless of the fact that the need to support the policeman on the beat and ensure the security of public citizens, must inevitably lead to an increase in recorded crime (Oh! I forgot. We use the BCS). Read more of this post
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