Do You Trust The Old Bill?

Yes, No, or Don't know?

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17/01/2014 at 00:33

A survey reveals that UK public do not trust the cops.

1005 people were asked

'Has your trust in the police changed over the past 5 years'?

62% Remains the same

31% Down

4% Up

4% Don't know

 

Do you think there has been a 'culture of cover ups' in the Police force to hide wrong doing by individuals Police officers?

53% True

30% Don't know

18% Untrue

 

The Hillsborough Disaster, 'The Plebgate Affair' or The Shooting of Mark Duggan

Has any of these made you trust in the Police more or less?

 

Hillborough inquiry

49% Made no difference 

44% Less

4% Don't know  

3% More

 

For the Plebgate inquiry 

51% Less people trust the Police

43% Made no difference

5% More Trusted the Police

1% Don't know

 

 

 

17/01/2014 at 00:40

Fact also that the public don't trust the government!

 

Who do you trust more the Police or the government?

17/01/2014 at 08:16
12 Years A Slave wrote (see)

Fact also that the public don't trust the government!

 

Who do you trust more the Police or the government?

I'd never trust anyone who spends her life cutting & pasting from the internet irrelevant rubbish

17/01/2014 at 08:26
Why the name change Karen? I'm more interested in finding that out.
Pudge    pirate
17/01/2014 at 08:29

Me too, Millsy.  Maybe it's her new favourite film.

I might follow suit and change my name.  Could result in some interesting forum names.

17/01/2014 at 08:34
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Pudge wrote (see)

Me too, Millsy.  Maybe it's her new favourite film.

I might follow suit and change my name.  Could result in some interesting forum names.

Won't you be embarrassed using "Pudge Does Dallas" ?

Edited: 17/01/2014 at 08:34
17/01/2014 at 09:46
Dave The Ex- Spartan wrote (see)
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Pudge wrote (see)

Me too, Millsy.  Maybe it's her new favourite film.

I might follow suit and change my name.  Could result in some interesting forum names.

Won't you be embarrassed using "Pudge Does Dallas" ?


Maybe it's how long she's been married?

17/01/2014 at 09:47
Then it's her husband I feel sorry for.
17/01/2014 at 10:35

I don't trust any Governement not just the current one, and I won't voice my opinion on Hillsborough as I tend to remember why the grounds were fenced in, the number of people killed in Heysel and the English team involved in that one, and the fact there were no British police there.

17/01/2014 at 11:12

Yeah, they shot that poor kid in Tottenham. Poor lad was holding a gun a few minutes before he was shot. Lets let off some white doves for the death of an innocent boy.

 

17/01/2014 at 12:36

It does seem a bit odd to see his mum kissing a white dove on the front of newspapers, as if he her poor boy was gunned down in his pushchair licking an ice cream. 

17/01/2014 at 13:11

I was being sarcastic about the British police force - as at Heysel no one could blame the police - it was the actions of the fans -

Edited: 17/01/2014 at 13:14
17/01/2014 at 13:22

Karen, you're not seriously likening yourself to Solomon Northup are you?  How *do* you fit your ego through the door!

Phillybaby....loving the green  

17/01/2014 at 13:25

Heysel and Hillsborough were both the result of poor crowd control.

The crux of the Hillsborough inquiry, however, is that some of the injured could have been saved but weren't and that various agencies colluded in covering that up.

Football is safer now because of both, that's something to be thankful for.

Edited: 17/01/2014 at 13:27
17/01/2014 at 13:29

Oh and BTW I certainly don't trust anybody who says, "fact" when something is a matter of opinion.

17/01/2014 at 13:36

I trust the police no more and no less than the general public, in an honesty-vs-corruption-ratio-type-of-judgment kind of way...  thing.

And I agree that if you play with guns you're likely to get shot, so I've no sympathy.

And (serious question) why did you change your forum name to 12 years a slave?

17/01/2014 at 14:18

Another 'Oh, and by the way', we don't have 'cops' in this country, we have police officers.  

17/01/2014 at 14:38

I was looking for something on Google so put in 'crooked cops' and this came up

"Find Crooked Cops for less. Shop the way you want it on eBay"

Amazing what you can get on the internet these days!

17/01/2014 at 14:55

I am not sure how true this story is but...  

I was told that a man was regularly arrested on a Saturday night. He would act as if insane, but when the psychologist turned up he would deny everything and act perfectly sane. As soon as the psychologist went he acted up again. When released he would then taunt police and challenge them to arrest him again!

Eventually whilst locked up a police officer dressed as a clown and asked him what he wanted for breakfast offering a menu! The officer provided what he 'ordered' still dressed as a clown!

Of course when the psychologist turned up the victim complained about the conduct of the officer....

The chap was instantly 'sectioned' and ceased to be a problem, shall we say!

17/01/2014 at 15:34
The police are the good guys. Crims are the bad guys.
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