Sunday, July 29, 2007

1 in 15 senior police under investigation

Almost one in 15 senior police officers in
England and Wales is being investigated over criminal or disciplinary offences, The Observer can reveal. The Police Superintendents' Association (PSA) said that 100 of its members are under investigation for claims ranging from high-level corruption to harassment.

In some inquiries as many as five superintendents are being investigated by other police officers over criminal or disciplinary matters. By comparison, less than 1 per cent of the population is under investigation at any one time by the police.

And we wonder why crime is going up. It seems that if you are a senior police officer you are more likely to be in trouble with the law. I wonder how many of these senior police are Muslims seeing as how Muslim police are ten times more corrupt than white officers.

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