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MET'S TOTAL POLICING PLAN: — At Last Someone's Going to Do Something!

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« on: September 14, 2011, 12:18:25 pm »

"TOTAL POLICING". I totally support the concept, especially the bit ....

"Total policing is about total war on suspects and total victim care ..."

I no longer believe in either the so-called reform, nor the rehabilitation of offenders, that is out in the community. Because out here in the land of the free, these ex-cons just congregate in Estates, put their most conceipted, adept, cunning, malelovant and misrecréant like minds together in order to plan attacks on people they are told are "privileged" or in a "class above them". What they don't know, they can make up.


— In fact, any old garbage, a disgruntled, malcontented idiot will believe.


I don't believe this new Chief of 'The Met' should be allowed to have his image immediately tarnished by the media who are sure to leap at the opportunity to characterise him as a latter-day 'Inspector Javert' after the Post French Revolutionary French Drama of 'Les Misérables', by Victor Hugo. It's a long book; too long.



Bernard Hogan-Howe, the new commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.
— Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/AFP/Getty Images

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/sep/13/bernard-hogan-howe-total-policing

" ' "The new commissioner of the Metropolitan police, Bernard Hogan-Howe, is committed to "total policing", based on the same theories as the "total football" concept espoused so successfully and elegantly by the Dutch football teams of the early 70s. It sounds great, but what does it actually mean?


The idea of total football was that any player, with the exception of the goalkeeper, should be able to operate anywhere on the pitch: a defender should be able to pass accurately and score, as well as tackling and covering; a fancy-dan forward should be able to double back and help out in the penalty area. Translated into policing terms, this means that there should not be strict lines between detectives investigating serious gun and drug crime and beat officers patrolling the streets. A practical example of this style of policing is the use of 360-degree CCTV cameras on police cars that helps officers spot and take out the uninsured cars of known criminals, a minor offence thus damaging a major offender.


"Total policing is about total war on suspects and total victim care," ' "



 Personally, After ten and more hard years of too much agro, occasional assaults, Damage to Properties and endless intimidation from people who see themselves as liberators of the once Prisoner/Slave Class, I am all in favour of a 'Total Policing' approach in the UK as a whole, not just in poor old Metropolitan London.

No! Leave the role of Javert to me. I would play that role with envy and passion ... can you imagine!

Time-Served Criminals are just generally unbalanced, you have to face it, stop ninnying and mollycodling them and force them to work in labour camps is my solution. Let's help them in this manner, on THEIR long and inexorable trek to demonstrate their clannish justification for bearing that burgeoning, yet totally non-understood Chip they carry around on their Shoulder.
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"When the righteous become many, the people rejoice; but when anyone wicked bears rule, the people sigh".
— Prov 29:2

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