And It’s Thanks To People Like You, Rod…

A retired black police chief inspector whose great nephew died following contact with police has said that relations between the police and the black community in London are worse than at any time in almost half a century and are continuing to deteriorate due to stereotyping.

And if you don’t recognise the name, well, he’s the chap who thinks the police shouldn’t attempt to prevent drug dealers like his relative from swallowing the drugs they are carrying when apprehended.

And I agree. They should all carry cans of Coke in their equipment belts to hand to the criminals to wash them down with. It’d get rid of them faster than the feeble justice system can manage…

“Police need to focus on crime and criminals, not on aligning types of people to types of crime,” he said. “That’s how you end up with stereotyping. Policing needs to be intelligence-led, not going into communities to identify people who fit a stereotype.”

They do ‘focus on crime and criminals’, just ask your ne…

Oh, that’s right. You can’t. But you have to admit, he did fit a stereotype…

He criticised the attitude of the police as hostile and defensive and taking a “batten down the hatches” approach.

“We need to do something to recover ground and restore confidence. Police need to accept feedback, engage more and be less intransigent.

And the ‘community’ that they police? Do they have any responsibility?

I guess not.

7 comments for “And It’s Thanks To People Like You, Rod…

  1. Penseivat
    July 27, 2020 at 9:20 am

    How long was he in the Police and how much did he do towards finding a solution to improve relations between Police and black people?
    Probably a staunch member of the Black Police Officers Association (no whitest allowed) which, in itself, is divisive.
    He mentions Police action should be intelligence led. If that intelligence shows that the majority of drug dealers in London are black, then giving a quota of stopping and searching Tibetan nuns will do little to stop crime.
    “Without fear or favour” is, or was, part of the Police creed. Perhaps this been forgotten by some.
    Mind how you go.

  2. Mona
    July 27, 2020 at 5:33 pm

    After watching the amount of people wearing masks I think it is all over for the white population in Britain, what I see are brainwashed numpties. Blacks are literally pouring into the country in an unstoppable tide. A severe shortage of Tommy Robinson’s.

  3. Trey Good
    July 27, 2020 at 7:46 pm

    the whole skin colour thing is a false flag.

  4. Ed P
    July 27, 2020 at 8:36 pm

    Mona, people – you know, humans with concerns and intentions of seeking a better life, some undoubtedly fleeing terror – are certainly arriving on our shores, perhaps 100 a day on average. That’s increasing the population by approximately 0.06% p.a., i.e., not a major worry (& that’s assuming they all are granted permission to stay). Priti (!) soon this will be curtailed.

    But mask-wearing sheeple abound. In the supermarket today there were many masks, whilst I was wearing my “hat with a face shield”. No objections to it, some other shoppers even asked where I bought it.

    Bring back “Sus”! The police should & must target their resources – if a certain black demographic are responsible for most street crimes, if would seem racist to pretend otherwise, and a dereliction of duty to treat them as they do the majority.

  5. Mona
    July 27, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    Dream on ED 100 a day, go to Felixstowe Docks watch the Lagos express Hundreds of Africans come here each week without being challenged, Tilbury is almost an African township. Its soft genocide for the white population, give me the name of one invention to come out of Africa, God never made humans equal or we would have all the same creative ability, go back six million years may give you a clue. Have you demanded to why are the other cures and treatments for covid being suppressed. You know what the term MASK is used for.

    • James Strong
      July 28, 2020 at 7:12 am

      Perhaps Ed, who you address your comment to, knows ‘what the term MASK is used for.’

      I don’t.

      Please tell.

      I have made the point on this site before, it needs to be repeated – nobody who thinks he/she really has something impoortant to say will risk being misunderstood throufgh using language that is unclear.

      • Mona
        July 28, 2020 at 8:31 am

        MASK = COVER UP, Cover up what? ask Hancock the truth about Covid for starters.

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