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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby woodman » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:47 am

frogmanbrabs wrote:I saw one of those cop reality programmes last weekend and they arrested a bloke for drink drivin and no insurance. They took him back to the sty and he answered their questions with a "You'll find that in my claim of right" he refused to give a breath test and claimed common law jurisdiction. At the end of the programme the announcer said he was released without charge. I wonder why.....................


Here's the interview with Dave, the chap featured in that programme.


http://www.youtube.com/v/i8wZuYm7wsI
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby bent cop » Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:29 am

Ben wrote:
woodman wrote:Seems I've been blocked on www.policespecials.com and my latest post containing the latest version of the list deleted. Showing their true colours I'd say :police:

I also posted this, and it was subsequently deleted, they dont like the truth eh :wink:

FCSO - "Well - Lets see - According to 'Tinterweb, and the most recent figures I can find are 2009 - So admitedly a little out of date. But there were 141,647 in the UK. So - By my maths that is 0.70% of the total number of police officers in this country. Further interesting quote from the government, it is estimated that at least twenty percent of the working population has a criminal record and one in three men under the age of 30 have criminal convictions"

Me - One shouldn't always believe what one is told by a Government :wink: There are 97,000 people in prison,(this would include any Police Officer in prison too), out of a population of 60 million. The Police Officers on the list I compile, are all charged or have been convicted of serious crimes, ones of which I would consider to be worthy of custodial sentences, especially as they are Police Officers who should have high integrity.

This would equate to 0.14% of the public, not 20%. Even if you took into account only "the working population" say 30 million (people who do not work have been known to commit crime too), this would be a percentage of 0.32%.

So it seems to me, to be quite fair to say, that you're more likely to come across a criminal if they're wearing a Police uniform, than if they are a "member of the public". :no:


I've joined many forums in my time, been admin on many too. I think it's fair to say that I've never posted abusive, offensive or nasty comments. I've only ever been blocked on two of them. Funnily enough, they were both Police forums. I think that says more about them than it does about me. :wink:

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They will never beleve what you say mate... Its not in there nature.. When the hard facts are placed infront of them, then perhaps things will be different


Some great stuff going on here Woodman especially highlighting the standard of police officers in this country.

By the way I wouldn’t take any notice at all of the “special constables” forum or comments as these are not “real” police officers. They are only part time hobby people most of which find it difficult to string a complete sentence of words together!

This is why most of them have full time jobs which are menial & simple and require only a minimum level of intelligence such as assembly workers, cleaners and packing in warehouses etc or no full time job at all.

It is common knowledge that these people therefore often feel inadequate and this is understandable. By putting on a uniform at weekends and pretending to be important it is their way of dealing & coping with their circumstances and it makes them feel better.

The best way to deal with these people is to ignore them and let them amuse themselves with their own little forum where they can discuss their hobby…and leave forums like this to the grown ups!!

By the way- keep up the good work!
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby frogmanbrabs » Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:06 pm

Yeah Woodman that's the one. It would be interesting to hear the comments of the Policy Officers on this matter and the fact that their cars are only insured with Self Bonding Insurance. Keep us informed Knowledge is Power.
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby Buzz » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:06 pm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-17587608

Given suspended sentence and 18 hours community service (unpaid work)... Thought the minimum community service order is 40 hours?? :puzz:

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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby MikeThomas » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:14 pm

And if Joe Public had head butted a Police Officer.................... probably would have got 18 years and three months community service. Has this Policyman been sacked?
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby Buzz » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:41 pm

MikeThomas wrote:And if Joe Public had head butted a Police Officer.................... probably would have got 18 years and three months community service. Has this Policyman been sacked?


I agree. Seems he got off lightly.

I was also wondering whether he had been sacked or not... The article doesn't make it clear. :thinks:
Hopefully he has been sacked.
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby woodman » Wed Apr 04, 2012 5:52 pm

Buzz wrote:I was also wondering whether he had been sacked or not... The article doesn't make it clear. :thinks:
Hopefully he has been sacked.


He was suspended, it's likely he'll now go before a Police 'panel', who'll decide whether he should keep his job or not.

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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby frogmanbrabs » Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:23 pm

Saw another cop show tonight (Police Interceptors) in which they chased a ford focus down the A50 at 133mph and showed him driving dangerously and eventually crashing into another car and a lorry. The announcer said after a spell in hospital the man was released and no further action was taken due to lack of evidence. So what exactly do you call the video that the tv program was showing? Sounds dodgy to me.
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby pedawson » Thu Apr 19, 2012 4:54 pm

Bump and a few of the policy officers prosecuted and or other I found rifling through Capt'n Ranty's blog.
You may have them all but there may be one or two that could be added to the list.

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Chief Superintendent James Trotman - Thames Valley Police 18th Jan 2011
Allegedly set fire to his car outside his lover’s home and allowed her lawyer husband to take the blame
Source

PC Jordan Janssen - Metropolitan Police 14th Dec 2010
Pleaded guilty to making and distributing indecent images of children.
Source

Sgt Peter Yeats - Sussex Police 20th Dec 2010.
Fraud
Source

PC Lance Thomson - Lancashire Police 8th Dec 2010.
Pleaded guilty to 15 charges of making indecent images of children.
Source

PC Shaun Lee Merseyside Transport Police 4th Nov 2010
Charged with dangerous driving after a Police vehicle was used to apprehend an alleged fare dodger.
Source

Three Police Officers - Merseyside Police 4th Nov 2010.
Beat and forced an innocent woman to strip naked
Source

Sgt Salim Razaq - Lancashire Police 4th Nov 2010.
Found guilty of perverting the course of justice,possessing firearms and ammunition, as well as misconduct in a public office.
Source

PC Peter Yeats - Metropolitan Police 1st Nov 2010.
Charged with £3500 fraud.
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PC Mesut Karakas - Metropolitan Police 23rd 0ct 2010.
Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap a Lloyds TSB manager in 2009, misconduct in a public office and assault. Sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Source

Detective Constable Daren Pooley and Nicola Pooley - 20th Oct 2010
Found guilty today of conspiracy to defraud.
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Sergeant Tim Nunn and Sergeant Lee Morgan - 20th Oct 2010
Two Metropolitan Police Custody Sergeants are to face prosecution for perverting the course of justice following an investigation managed by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). Sergeant Tim Nunn and Sergeant Lee Morgan , who were both based at Plaistow Police Station, have been summonsed to appear before Horseferry Road Magistrates Court on 5 November 2010.
Source

Detention Officer Adrian Law - South Yorkshire Police 14th Oct 2010
Charged with Section 18 assault (grievous bodily harm) relating to an allegation that hot liquid was deliberately poured over a 26-year-old man who was detained at Barnsley Police Station on 30 May 2010. Source

Sgt James Boothby - Lancashire Police 14th Oct 2010
Facilitating the creation of a company and pursuing a course of conduct to procure valuable business for that company, thereby breaching the Code of Conduct for police officers in relation to honesty and integrity. Source

PC Stephen Mitchell - Newcastle Police 13th Oct 2010
Five counts of rape, six of indecent assault and 15 of misconduct in public office.
Source

PC 5548 Morrison - Devon and Cornwall 6th Oct 2010
Unlawful arrest, excessive force & unlawful detention on John Joseph.
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PC Nigel Cowley, PC Roderick James-Bowen, PC Mark Jones, 43 and Det Con John Donohue - Metropolitan Police 22nd Sept 2010
Assault occasioning actual bodily harm during the arrest of Mr Ahmad in Tooting, south London.
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PC Daniel Capel - Kent Police 19th Sept 2010
Went to ¬investigate a bust-up between a young model and her boyfriend and then sent her a string of filthy texts and tried to get her to sleep with him bombarding her with explicit ¬messages, -including a picture of his ¬genitals.
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PC Anthony Davitt - Merseyside Police 16th Sept 2010 (Note: Found Not Guilty)
Suspended after allegedly being found with £2,000 in cash recovered on a raid.
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Police officer - West Yorkshire 13th Sept 2010
Arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography.
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Sgt Mark Andrews - Wiltshire Police 13th Sept 2010
Police sergeant jailed for throwing woman in cell 'punched and kicked civil servant in separate attack.
Source

Sgt Mark Andrews - Wiltshire Police 7th Sept 2010
A police officer has been jailed for six months after he was caught on CCTV throwing a woman into a cell, badly injuring her.
Source

Two Police Officers - Greater Manchester Police 3rd Sept 2010.
Suspended after confiscating a super-fast sports car from its driver and then crashing it themselves.
Source

PC Dustin Hunter - Surrey Police 17th Aug 2010
Sold stolen police uniforms and offered tips on how to foil detectives as well as drug dealing. Jailed for seven years.
Source

Police Officers - South Wales 6th Aug 2010
Smashed OAP driver's window and dragged him out of car' after he was stopped for not wearing seatbelt
Source

PC Simon Harwood - Scotland Yard Riot squad 22nd July 2010
Not charged with any offence after he was caught on camera striking newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson with his baton and pushing him to the ground at the G20 Conference on 1st April 2009.
Source

PC Darren Lawson - Notts Police 2nd July 2010
Jailed for six years for indecently assaulting children.
Source

PC Jamie Slater - South Wales 15th June 2010
Arrested for offences of misconduct in public office, harassment and inciting prostitution for gain.
Source

PC Haydn Evans - South Wales 11th June 2010
Abused the police computer database to search for confidential information on six male lovers.
Source

PC Jason Hanvey - Greater Manchester Police 9th April 2010
Subjected a teenage girl to a 'deliberately cruel' ordeal that was 'little short of torture' threatening to rip her 'Fucking skull off'. Jailed for 18th months.
Source

Sgt Darren Burns, PC Andrew Bird, PC Clive French - Merseyside Police 17th Feb 2010
Jailed for selling cannabis seized in drugs raids.
Source

PC Mark Carter - West Yorkshire 19th Dec 2009
Charged with a number of sex offences following an incident at the Etap hotel in Leeds.
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PC Chris McGinn - West Lothian Police 24th Oct 2009
Cocaine addict who sold drugs to feed his £500 a month habit, jailed for two years.
Source

PC Andrew Rayson - South Yorkshire 9th April 2009
Filmed a series of naked women and girls in swimming pool changing rooms, jailed for 20 weeks.
Source
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Re: List of Police Officers charge/convicted of an offence

Postby woodman » Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:58 pm

Thanks, but they've all been taken from my list bro :wink:

Not to worry though, version 18 will be out very soon.

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