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Almost 1,000 Police And Community Support Officers Have Criminal Records, Including Senior Detectives

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 2, 2012

More than 900 serving police officers and community support officers have a criminal record, official figures show.

Forces across England and Wales employ policemen and women with convictions including burglary, causing death by careless driving, robbery, supplying drugs, domestic violence, forgery and perverting the course of justice.

Those with criminal records include senior officers, among them two detective chief inspectors and one chief inspector working for the Metropolitan Police.

At least 944 currently serving officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) have a conviction, according to figures released by 33 of the 43 forces in England and Wales in response to Freedom of Information requests.

FULL LIST OF CONVICTIONS, BY POLICE FORCE

Many forces could not provide details of criminal records dating from before their staff joined the police, meaning the true figure will be significantly higher.

The Metropolitan Police, Britain’s largest force, came top with 356 officers and 41 PCSOs with convictions.

It was followed by Kent Police (49), Devon and Cornwall Police (44), Essex Police (42), South Yorkshire Police (35), Hampshire Police (31) and West Midlands Police (27), although not all the figures are directly comparable.

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UK Border Agency ‘Failed To Deport 5,000 Foreign Convicts’

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 27, 2011


Over democracy Vs crime:

More than 5,000 foreign criminals who should have been deported remain in the UK, the government has been warned.

A report published on Thursday by John Vine, the independent chief inspector of the UK Border Agency (UKBA), found that there had been a “sharp rise” in the number of foreign national prisoners whom the Agency had not deported.

“These cases cannot be ignored and represent a growing cost to the taxpayer,” he said. “More must be done to actively manage these cases.”

The study found that 3,775 former foreign national prisoners had been released from custody, as there was no prospect of them being deported and were living in the community.

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French Pass Law To Strip Foreign-Born Criminals Of Nationality

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 12, 2010


After Burka again new controversial bill.
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