Foreign Bizzies On Britains Streets

#2
So - Polish Police come here, ID Polish criminals and take them back to Poland - does anybody think that's a bad thing? Considering the amount of crime committed by Ester Europeans, if this area is anything to go by?

Is it significantly different to UK police following the England football team abroad to help foreign police pick out known violent hooligans and so prevent trouble for proper football fans?
 

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#3
I think that it's a very good thing. As I said in the OP the eurosceptics probably won't like it though.
 

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#4
I wonder what bounce-banana/knockknee thinks about this. Any in Kent?
 
#5
Good news.

Would be interesting to watch the faces of eastern European baddies getting clocked by their own Old Bill in the UK...
 
#6
I wonder what bounce-banana/knockknee thinks about this. Any in Kent?
Kent won't need them. All their officers are fluent in several languages and have an in depth knowledge of European police procedures.


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#7
So far they have made over 50 arrests
I bet they haven't. Foreign police forces have no powers of arrest in the UK.
 
#8
I think that it's a very good thing. As I said in the OP the eurosceptics probably won't like it though.
I'm rabidly Eurosceptic. Still think it's a good idea. We've had the flics and the Douane on Brit Soil at the Channel Tunnel for years without major problems.
 
#9
I think that it's a very good thing. As I said in the OP the eurosceptics probably won't like it though.
Why would "Eurosceptics" object to others cleaning up the mess caused by their own people? Why would they complain about foreign criminals being taken back to their own countries instead of clogging up the UK legal system and costing the UK taxpayer more money IF they are caught doing something illegal in the UK?
 
#11
A good idea to use these Polish and other Police Officers to dientify wrongdoers from their home states, however I still think that the UK should be shot of the the EU for a variety of reasons.

Mind you it was no different from some true blue Torys who wanted to hire Mr Bratton, the Commissioner of the LAPD, and former Commissioner of the NYPD, and the Boston PD, to be a potential candidate for the psot of the Mets Commissioner a few years ago....

The more these foreign police officers are employed as a recource, the more likely the UK will remain in the EU, and the more likey the birth of a trans-national EU Police Forces with officers ahving jurisdiction in any EU member state. Not an idea that I would welcome, but it might encourage some of our own officers to get off their fat backsides and get out there catching scumbags, rather than harrasing little old ladies who don't want to pay all or part of the Council Tax.
 
#12
Why would "Eurosceptics" object to others cleaning up the mess caused by their own people? Why would they complain about foreign criminals being taken back to their own countries instead of clogging up the UK legal system and costing the UK taxpayer more money IF they are caught doing something illegal in the UK?
They AREN'T their OWN people.

They are bastard theiving Pikey scum, the Romanians are laughing they're cocks off that our "Leaders" are accepting this shite, just like the Irish are laughing at us taking in THEIR shite
 
#13
It is my own, completely informed opinion, that the requirement (or is it a need?) to have Police Officers who are fluent in foreign languages is a function of the social malaise that has been allowed to arise in Great Britain. It has become acceptable to allow a situation where even criminals have the human 'right" to have explained to them in their own language what crimes/ misdemeanors they have committed.
Where has the legal concept of "ignorance is not a defence" gone?
They want to drive a vehicle, well fine, it is up to THEM to obey the law.

No ablar Inglaise. My Arrse!
 
#17
Every time I see a 'student' protest, I do get a twinge of envy.

[video=youtube;nDFBSX6v3IQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDFBSX6v3IQ[/video]
 
#19
One of my mates/acquaintances is a polish 'football casual' or whatever your preferred term is.
When he goes home during the season he takes great delight in showing me his 'adventures' the pics that I've saw involving the Polish Police are pretty good.
They don't **** about with risk assessments etc but they do get wired in with baton rounds and big truncheon type things.
One pic showed his mates leg on the way to hospital, along with the rest of him after taking a baton round in the thigh from very close range another video of the same 'incident' was him videoing the cops, they gestured for him to put the camera away, which he eventually did. When the cop raised a gun at the car window.

Lets hope they teach our plod some of the polish way of dealing with cnuts.
 

BuggerAll

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#20
I bet they haven't. Foreign police forces have no powers of arrest in the UK.
The sensible amongst us worked out that what the item meant is that ops involving these foreign officers have resulted in 50 arrests.

Presumably foreign police officers would have the same powers of arrest as anybody else, what are sometimes called citizen's arrests.


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