Sussex Police criticised over crime strategy

Sussex Police criticised over  crime strategy

Sussex Police criticised over crime strategy

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INSPECTORS have criticised Sussex Police for lacking an “overarching strategy” for preventing crime and failing to keep track of named suspects yet to be arrested.

Criminal justice inspectors also found an “inconsistency” in deciding whether to attend a crime or resolve it on the telephone. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary looked at all 43 forces in England and Wales between January and April and examined how they prevented crime, responded to reports of crime and freed staff time to focus on policing.

In a letter sent to Sussex Police Chief Constable Giles York on Wednesday, inspector Zoe Billingham said the force’s measures to manage offenders were “not as effective as they could be” although recent changes were positive and a review was under way.

She said the force had been unable to provide inspectors with the number of named suspects yet to be arrested for the alleged offence or the number of suspects who had failed to answer bail.

But she praised “some good examples” of long-term crime prevention initiatives, daily meetings used to highlight crime prevention, and “clear policies and procedures” for call-handlers to identify repeat victims of crime.

She said the force had a “relatively good understanding of demand” and there was a “clear structure” to help supervisors assess the workload of front-line staff.

Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry said the report recognised “a number of real strengths in Sussex Police” and work was progressing in areas which needed improvement.

He added: “As with many of these reports, it is a snapshot in time and we are already in the process of a comprehensive review of our operating model.”

Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne said the problem with failing to keep track of named suspects was down to a new computer system, which had been fixed.

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8:13am Fri 5 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

"Lessons will be learnt, ...as soon as we find a pencil"

Susex Police remain clueless at this time......


Cue AmboGuy defending them PMSL
"Lessons will be learnt, ...as soon as we find a pencil" Susex Police remain clueless at this time...... Cue AmboGuy defending them PMSL Valentinian
  • Score: -43

8:51am Fri 5 Sep 14

whatone says...

Give it another 6 months and there will be a 'review of the review', and 'more steps will be taken'.

Nothing of course will improve!

Funny how the government is keen on 'payment by results' for those at the bottom, but those at the top suffer no sanctions when they fail to deliver!
Give it another 6 months and there will be a 'review of the review', and 'more steps will be taken'. Nothing of course will improve! Funny how the government is keen on 'payment by results' for those at the bottom, but those at the top suffer no sanctions when they fail to deliver! whatone
  • Score: -42

8:57am Fri 5 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

whatone wrote:
Give it another 6 months and there will be a 'review of the review', and 'more steps will be taken'.

Nothing of course will improve!

Funny how the government is keen on 'payment by results' for those at the bottom, but those at the top suffer no sanctions when they fail to deliver!
No fear of anyone accusing Sussex Plod of being anywhere near the top of anything but the list of failed institutions. We have the dubious honour of having had the Chief, Deputy and Asst removed... Not forgetting a Chief Inspector Sharon Rowe. Et al.

Quality Force lol
[quote][p][bold]whatone[/bold] wrote: Give it another 6 months and there will be a 'review of the review', and 'more steps will be taken'. Nothing of course will improve! Funny how the government is keen on 'payment by results' for those at the bottom, but those at the top suffer no sanctions when they fail to deliver![/p][/quote]No fear of anyone accusing Sussex Plod of being anywhere near the top of anything but the list of failed institutions. We have the dubious honour of having had the Chief, Deputy and Asst removed... Not forgetting a Chief Inspector Sharon Rowe. Et al. Quality Force lol Valentinian
  • Score: -49

10:53am Fri 5 Sep 14

s&k says...

Is their crime strategy to ignore it?
Is their crime strategy to ignore it? s&k
  • Score: -25

12:50pm Fri 5 Sep 14

a person says...

Maybe if the police did not spend so much time
with the travellers they could spend more time
working at catching criminals.
Also a lot of money and time was wasted with them policing
peaceful protests , protecting private owners of
fracking.

We have a useless government that have round the clock
police protection for themselves .
Why would they think that the public also deserve / want to see
the police walking the streets , on the beat like they used too .

If you want to see a police man , look outside downing street.
Maybe if the police did not spend so much time with the travellers they could spend more time working at catching criminals. Also a lot of money and time was wasted with them policing peaceful protests , protecting private owners of fracking. We have a useless government that have round the clock police protection for themselves . Why would they think that the public also deserve / want to see the police walking the streets , on the beat like they used too . If you want to see a police man , look outside downing street. a person
  • Score: -21

12:50pm Fri 5 Sep 14

notaconspiracy says...

I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details.

The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.
I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details. The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast. notaconspiracy
  • Score: -28

1:58pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

notaconspiracy wrote:
I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details.

The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.
Well that is a start... maybe Cyclists next, they have to start somewhere... they are sh1te at serious crime, so baby steps... possibly a little less on Traffic though and a little more on presence, response and detection.. but..we have the council, Mp's and Police we deserve...we are way past tipping point...the GAy GREEN LIBERAL STUDENT UNEMPLOYABLE demographic is beyond reversal...
[quote][p][bold]notaconspiracy[/bold] wrote: I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details. The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.[/p][/quote]Well that is a start... maybe Cyclists next, they have to start somewhere... they are sh1te at serious crime, so baby steps... possibly a little less on Traffic though and a little more on presence, response and detection.. but..we have the council, Mp's and Police we deserve...we are way past tipping point...the GAy GREEN LIBERAL STUDENT UNEMPLOYABLE demographic is beyond reversal... Valentinian
  • Score: -35

1:58pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

notaconspiracy wrote:
I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details.

The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.
Well that is a start... maybe Cyclists next, they have to start somewhere... they are sh1te at serious crime, so baby steps... possibly a little less on Traffic though and a little more on presence, response and detection.. but..we have the council, Mp's and Police we deserve...we are way past tipping point...the GAy GREEN LIBERAL STUDENT UNEMPLOYABLE demographic is beyond reversal...
[quote][p][bold]notaconspiracy[/bold] wrote: I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details. The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.[/p][/quote]Well that is a start... maybe Cyclists next, they have to start somewhere... they are sh1te at serious crime, so baby steps... possibly a little less on Traffic though and a little more on presence, response and detection.. but..we have the council, Mp's and Police we deserve...we are way past tipping point...the GAy GREEN LIBERAL STUDENT UNEMPLOYABLE demographic is beyond reversal... Valentinian
  • Score: -35

2:12pm Fri 5 Sep 14

s&k says...

notaconspiracy wrote:
I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details. The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.
That does seem to be the perception nowdays - form filling and clocking up overtime and pensions.
[quote][p][bold]notaconspiracy[/bold] wrote: I called the police while a robbery was taking place in a house opposite mine. They didn't bother to turn up and 'phoned me months later to ask if I remembered any details. The only time I ever see police, anymore, they are skulking at the side of the road, waiting to catch Mums on the school run driving a bit too fast.[/p][/quote]That does seem to be the perception nowdays - form filling and clocking up overtime and pensions. s&k
  • Score: -39

3:10pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

s&k wrote:
Is their crime strategy to ignore it?
Don't be silly.....that would imply that they have a strategy.

The police would have far more respect if they spent less time pursuing 'hate crime' such as people swearing at gay bus drivers and more time patrolling the streets on foot in a bid to deter crime and hopefully apprehend people in the act of committing a crime.
[quote][p][bold]s&k[/bold] wrote: Is their crime strategy to ignore it?[/p][/quote]Don't be silly.....that would imply that they have a strategy. The police would have far more respect if they spent less time pursuing 'hate crime' such as people swearing at gay bus drivers and more time patrolling the streets on foot in a bid to deter crime and hopefully apprehend people in the act of committing a crime. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -35

3:11pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Nosfaratu says...

Minimum staffing and under budgeted, no wonder the Police cannot keep up with the ever increasing tide of criminal behavior.

A bit like King Canute.
Minimum staffing and under budgeted, no wonder the Police cannot keep up with the ever increasing tide of criminal behavior. A bit like King Canute. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 12

3:52pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

Nosfaratu wrote:
Minimum staffing and under budgeted, no wonder the Police cannot keep up with the ever increasing tide of criminal behavior.

A bit like King Canute.
And what is stopping them targeting those resources more efficiently? Being sworn at isn't pleasant, but it's too trivial for the police to be dealing with. A quiet word with the offender, and the matter is resolved. Instead, we have court cases with all the attendant costs plus the officer(s) having to leave the beat to give evidence.
[quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: Minimum staffing and under budgeted, no wonder the Police cannot keep up with the ever increasing tide of criminal behavior. A bit like King Canute.[/p][/quote]And what is stopping them targeting those resources more efficiently? Being sworn at isn't pleasant, but it's too trivial for the police to be dealing with. A quiet word with the offender, and the matter is resolved. Instead, we have court cases with all the attendant costs plus the officer(s) having to leave the beat to give evidence. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -17

4:37pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts.
It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -22

4:54pm Fri 5 Sep 14

whatone says...

Handy-ish Andy wrote:
It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts.
I have in on good authority that those manipulating the figures are non other than sad old argus journos...

Of course they must have something to do since proof reading and counting beyond 10 with their socks on has had them baffled for years!
[quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts.[/p][/quote]I have in on good authority that those manipulating the figures are non other than sad old argus journos... Of course they must have something to do since proof reading and counting beyond 10 with their socks on has had them baffled for years! whatone
  • Score: -19

5:22pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

Maybe if these bored coppers weren't sitting at their desks and were out catching criminals we wouldn't all hate them so much.
Maybe if these bored coppers weren't sitting at their desks and were out catching criminals we wouldn't all hate them so much. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -15

9:25pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -10

9:47pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
[quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 26

9:59pm Fri 5 Sep 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Sussex Police are like a bad joke.

I'd sack the lot of them and employ people who are honest for a start.
Sussex Police are like a bad joke. I'd sack the lot of them and employ people who are honest for a start. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: -27

9:59pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
You really are thick AmboGay. If you read my reply properly you'd see that I accepted a caution (even though I'd done nothing wrong) so actually no I don't have a police record. If you can't keep up with me intellectually then there isn't any point you replying to my posts. How stupid do you feel now.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.[/p][/quote]You really are thick AmboGay. If you read my reply properly you'd see that I accepted a caution (even though I'd done nothing wrong) so actually no I don't have a police record. If you can't keep up with me intellectually then there isn't any point you replying to my posts. How stupid do you feel now. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -25

10:07pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

Uuuumm yes a police caution means that you DO have a criminal record. Well I hope you've been declaring this on forms Stevo as to not do so is an offense and it looks like you're in enough trouble as it is! You're welcome.
Uuuumm yes a police caution means that you DO have a criminal record. Well I hope you've been declaring this on forms Stevo as to not do so is an offense and it looks like you're in enough trouble as it is! You're welcome. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 24

10:23pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

Stevo? Stevo you there? You've gone very quiet!
Stevo? Stevo you there? You've gone very quiet! Ambo Guy
  • Score: 11

12:46am Sat 6 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

whatone wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts.
I have in on good authority that those manipulating the figures are non other than sad old argus journos...

Of course they must have something to do since proof reading and counting beyond 10 with their socks on has had them baffled for years!
And are those same Argus reporters also reading emails which contain passwords?

It would explain why there are two accounts using my username.
[quote][p][bold]whatone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: It's good to see all the bored coppers reading this and giving marks down to critical posts.[/p][/quote]I have in on good authority that those manipulating the figures are non other than sad old argus journos... Of course they must have something to do since proof reading and counting beyond 10 with their socks on has had them baffled for years![/p][/quote]And are those same Argus reporters also reading emails which contain passwords? It would explain why there are two accounts using my username. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -13

2:04am Sat 6 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

Nice try Stevo but you got busted.


Now I think we need to chat about this criminal record of yours.....
Nice try Stevo but you got busted. Now I think we need to chat about this criminal record of yours..... Ambo Guy
  • Score: 13

7:51am Sat 6 Sep 14

Sir Prised says...

There are far too many Constabularies, in the same way that there are too many NHS Trusts. This is a small, pretty uniform country, with very similar issues across the entire land and that does not require the replication of management and policy and commensurate expense, which the current system creates. It's quite ridiculous that someone gets treatment in one part of the country but not elsewhere or gets free parking, whilst others pay extortionate fees. 'Management' requires hard pruning, with the savings being spent on front-line troops.
There are far too many Constabularies, in the same way that there are too many NHS Trusts. This is a small, pretty uniform country, with very similar issues across the entire land and that does not require the replication of management and policy and commensurate expense, which the current system creates. It's quite ridiculous that someone gets treatment in one part of the country but not elsewhere or gets free parking, whilst others pay extortionate fees. 'Management' requires hard pruning, with the savings being spent on front-line troops. Sir Prised
  • Score: 1

9:14am Sat 6 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

"It's quite ridiculous that someone gets treatment in one part of the country but not elsewhere "

We have seen the ridiculous refusal of some constabularies to name suspects or even issues e-fits etc of them because of 'human rights issues'.

http://www.standard.
co.uk/news/police-re
fuse-to-identify-bur
glars-to-protect-the
ir-human-rights-7180
486.html
"It's quite ridiculous that someone gets treatment in one part of the country but not elsewhere " We have seen the ridiculous refusal of some constabularies to name suspects or even issues e-fits etc of them because of 'human rights issues'. http://www.standard. co.uk/news/police-re fuse-to-identify-bur glars-to-protect-the ir-human-rights-7180 486.html Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -22

4:36pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
No, Stevo doesn't have a criminal record. Funnily enough, he told you he doesn't.

Criminal records arise from a court returning a guilty verdict.

A caution is what it says - a warning.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.[/p][/quote]No, Stevo doesn't have a criminal record. Funnily enough, he told you he doesn't. Criminal records arise from a court returning a guilty verdict. A caution is what it says - a warning. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -22

6:15pm Sat 6 Sep 14

SmilingPhil says...

A serious discussion gets thrown off course by trolls making cheap points.

We're talking about our police force and their failings.
A serious discussion gets thrown off course by trolls making cheap points. We're talking about our police force and their failings. SmilingPhil
  • Score: 0

8:47pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
And here we have the fat saddo urine soaked individual who down marks every post ..none other than The old people ferrying driver AMBO.... I CAN SMELL THE URIC ACID FROM HERE,
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.[/p][/quote]And here we have the fat saddo urine soaked individual who down marks every post ..none other than The old people ferrying driver AMBO.... I CAN SMELL THE URIC ACID FROM HERE, Valentinian
  • Score: -28

8:51pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

Handy-ish Andy wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
No, Stevo doesn't have a criminal record. Funnily enough, he told you he doesn't.

Criminal records arise from a court returning a guilty verdict.

A caution is what it says - a warning.
No Stevo/Handy-ish Andy you told me that you received an official police caution. This is not just a 'warning' as you put it.
You have a criminal record. Get used to it.
[quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.[/p][/quote]No, Stevo doesn't have a criminal record. Funnily enough, he told you he doesn't. Criminal records arise from a court returning a guilty verdict. A caution is what it says - a warning.[/p][/quote]No Stevo/Handy-ish Andy you told me that you received an official police caution. This is not just a 'warning' as you put it. You have a criminal record. Get used to it. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 30

8:44am Sun 7 Sep 14

IratusFurcifer says...

"Initiatives", "meetings", "policies" and "procedures"....
Sounds like most places I've worked these days....... lost touch with reality. Higher ranks brought in and paid stupid money to sit in meetings eating sandwiches (provided) to dream up ridiculous new 'initiatives' as a way of trying to show improvement and progression. The results mostly seem to end a manipulation of the key figures to represent something that someone (slightly higher up the ranking) is wanting to see. Meanwhile the detachment from the actual reality of the situation and issues becomes greater and greater with no real action of meaningful consequence ever taking place.........then the task of "proceedures" inhibits any chance of actually being able to do anything useful by anyone who actually has got their eye on the ball, (usually a low ranking worker bee with some savvy who is still in touch with the real world).
Sick of it.
"Initiatives", "meetings", "policies" and "procedures".... Sounds like most places I've worked these days....... lost touch with reality. Higher ranks brought in and paid stupid money to sit in meetings eating sandwiches (provided) to dream up ridiculous new 'initiatives' as a way of trying to show improvement and progression. The results mostly seem to end a manipulation of the key figures to represent something that someone (slightly higher up the ranking) is wanting to see. Meanwhile the detachment from the actual reality of the situation and issues becomes greater and greater with no real action of meaningful consequence ever taking place.........then the task of "proceedures" inhibits any chance of actually being able to do anything useful by anyone who actually has got their eye on the ball, (usually a low ranking worker bee with some savvy who is still in touch with the real world). Sick of it. IratusFurcifer
  • Score: -8

9:39am Sun 7 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

Handy-ish Andy wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
Handy-ish Andy wrote:
I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.
Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.
You really are thick AmboGay. If you read my reply properly you'd see that I accepted a caution (even though I'd done nothing wrong) so actually no I don't have a police record. If you can't keep up with me intellectually then there isn't any point you replying to my posts. How stupid do you feel now.
He is dense... And a WANNABEE ... Ambo Guy lol..... down marks repeatedly to give the impression hundreds read and agree with him.... He ferries the old biddies to outpatients and reeks of mothballs and urine ...you will see how he doesn't have a single constructive comment to make but becomes obsessed with anyone who is either Steve or so wine he perceives as being against him or anyone who dares criticise the Police! Laughable cretin...the Uric acid must be affecting his judgement!
[quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Handy-ish Andy[/bold] wrote: I can remember being falsely accused and arrested for being involved in a fight that I wasn't involved in at all. I was forced to accept a police caution which I did just to get out of there but I didn't even get an apology. This is the modern day police farce that we all have to live with.[/p][/quote]Ahhh so you've got a criminal record then Stevo. Well I can't say we're surprised and that would explain that huuuuuge chip on your shoulder.[/p][/quote]You really are thick AmboGay. If you read my reply properly you'd see that I accepted a caution (even though I'd done nothing wrong) so actually no I don't have a police record. If you can't keep up with me intellectually then there isn't any point you replying to my posts. How stupid do you feel now.[/p][/quote]He is dense... And a WANNABEE ... Ambo Guy lol..... down marks repeatedly to give the impression hundreds read and agree with him.... He ferries the old biddies to outpatients and reeks of mothballs and urine ...you will see how he doesn't have a single constructive comment to make but becomes obsessed with anyone who is either Steve or so wine he perceives as being against him or anyone who dares criticise the Police! Laughable cretin...the Uric acid must be affecting his judgement! Valentinian
  • Score: -24

12:29pm Sun 7 Sep 14

Joe Average says...

To receive a Caution you must accept guilt.
To receive a Caution you must accept guilt. Joe Average
  • Score: 20

1:14pm Sun 7 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

Joe Average wrote:
To receive a Caution you must accept guilt.
That is not true and you f****ing know it.

I did not accept anything and I do not have a criminal record. Now would you like to discuss any points about the actual story or are you just trolling like that urine smelling imbecile AmboGay?
[quote][p][bold]Joe Average[/bold] wrote: To receive a Caution you must accept guilt.[/p][/quote]That is not true and you f****ing know it. I did not accept anything and I do not have a criminal record. Now would you like to discuss any points about the actual story or are you just trolling like that urine smelling imbecile AmboGay? Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -22

8:37pm Sun 7 Sep 14

Handy-ish Andy says...

"you told me that you received an official police caution. This is not just a 'warning' as you put it.
You have a criminal record. "

It's not a criminal record, as you've been told, and quite why you're banging on about it isn't clear.

Accept what he told you, and move along.
"you told me that you received an official police caution. This is not just a 'warning' as you put it. You have a criminal record. " It's not a criminal record, as you've been told, and quite why you're banging on about it isn't clear. Accept what he told you, and move along. Handy-ish Andy
  • Score: -5
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