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Police failure to solve crimes

Post by Admin2 on Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:46 am

Bungling police fail to identify crooks in more than HALF the crimes reported to them according to latest figures

Police failed to identify a single suspect in more than half of all reported crimes

Out of 4.2million reported crimes in 2016/17, just 2.2m suspects were identified

Greater Manchester Police failed to identify a suspect in 65 per cent of all cases

Same force struggled to solve burglaries, with no suspect in 90 per cent of cases






The Metropolitan Police topped the worst offenders list when it came to solving robbery cases, with 76.09 per cent of crimes still without a suspect.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5216721/Crime-stats-police-fail-suspect-cases.html#ixzz52XkcWL7i
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So, how does reflect on Operation Grange ?

Millions spent, and nothing to show for it.
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Post by South Downs on Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:53 am

Yet the McCann backers think they are marvelous. Sleep Sleep

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Post by enyam on Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:02 am

Not to worry,they are busy investigating things that really matter,tally ho!.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5215851/Police-probe-illegal-Boxing-Day-hunt-claims-Britain.html
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Post by Grom on Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:17 am

The supporters of the McCanns praise Operation Grange only as part of their campaign against the PJ in my opinion.

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Post by enyam on Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:35 am

Grom wrote:The supporters of the McCanns praise Operation Grange only as part of their campaign against the PJ in my opinion.  

That can only work when OG bring something worthwhile to the table,in some cases it appears has an hope I believe,live in hope die in despair.
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Post by enyam on Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:10 am

Oh dear the MET aren't very good really,its behind the pay wall but you get the gist of it.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/met-police-is-failing-to-protect-children-from-sexual-exploitation-hhdvjl7cl

Britain’s biggest police force is worse at helping children at risk of sexual exploitation and rape than it was 12 months ago when a damning report found systemic failings, The Times can reveal.

Scotland Yard failed to properly handle 90 per cent of the child protection cases examined by the police watchdog in a fresh assessment delivered last month. The Metropolitan Police was criticised for the poor attitudes of officers dealing with missing children, delays of up to three days in responding to cases, failures to record the concerns of children and a lack of proactive investigation.
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Post by Admin2 on Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:51 am

enyam wrote:Oh dear the MET aren't very good really,its behind the pay wall but you get the gist of it.


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/met-police-is-failing-to-protect-children-from-sexual-exploitation-hhdvjl7cl

Britain’s biggest police force is worse at helping children at risk of sexual exploitation and rape than it was 12 months ago when a damning report found systemic failings, The Times can reveal.

Scotland Yard failed to properly handle 90 per cent of the child protection cases examined by the police watchdog in a fresh assessment delivered last month. The Metropolitan Police was criticised for the poor attitudes of officers dealing with missing children, delays of up to three days in responding to cases, failures to record the concerns of children and a lack of proactive investigation.

Oh the irony of this.

One does wonder who had the clout to authorize OG given the track record of the Met.

Not that it has achieved anything but a few free trips to the Algarve and the local boozers there.

Allegedly, of course.
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Post by Texty on Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:57 pm

"The Metropolitan Police was criticised for the poor attitudes of officers dealing with missing children, delays of up to three days in responding to cases, failures to record the concerns of children and a lack of proactive investigation" - well, when so many millions are spent on one case, many other cases will inevitably receive less attention.

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Post by Grom on Tue Jan 02, 2018 1:37 pm

I wonder what their response will be next time they're asked to take on a case which is, basically, none of their business?

There are, of course people who think the case may yet be solved to our satisfaction. Here's hoping!

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Post by Ayfive on Tue Jan 02, 2018 5:08 pm

Grom wrote:I wonder what their response will be next time they're  asked to take on a case which is, basically, none of their business?

There are, of course people who think the case may yet be solved to our satisfaction. Here's hoping!

In the McCann case Sir Paul Stephenson(?) and Theresa May said, first time around, "nothing to do with us pal".
Then the big white arrow came out of the ceiling from The Weak Leader saying "oh yes it is, thou shalt investigate and I will fund it".
See Leveson and Rebekka Brooks
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