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Hampshire Police - Dontcha love em?

#2
Bit of a porker though, he's had too many pies.

 
#4
Well the WPC seems happy with the size of his custard chucker!
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#6
Lexx_valentine said:
Doesn't that birds blue tab mean she's a community support officer or something?
Nah, means she has made at least 3 porn flicks.
Mostly ****, since they all have huge back yards.
 
#9
Surely even the most malnourished, skag addled chav could escape that fat knacker, metal pen1s or otherwise.
 
#10
Yes, she's a PCSO or "Plod Lite" although the distinction between proper coppers and plastic ones is fairly academic, as in my experience, Hampshire plod are utterly, utterly useless.
 
#11
When people design bus backs, they're almost always given a map of where the areas on the buses are that could affect the design (lights, windows, etc).

So I've got a £20 says that their marketing guy did that on purpose. :D
 

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#12
Been on my blog for a while now, cue joke she looks like the back end of a bus!
 
#13
Did you know that Hampshire Constabulary have the second highest rate in the country of police convicted of a crime still employed as coppers?
Guardians of the law? Pah!
 
#14
jack-daniels said:
Did you know that Hampshire Constabulary have the second highest rate in the country of police convicted of a crime still employed as coppers?
Guardians of the law? Pah!
That suprises me on two levels
1) I was unaware you could still be a copper after being convicted of a serious crime
2) Only 2nd? Can they win at nothing?!
 
#15
jimbojetset said:
jack-daniels said:
Did you know that Hampshire Constabulary have the second highest rate in the country of police convicted of a crime still employed as coppers?
Guardians of the law? Pah!
That suprises me on two levels
1) I was unaware you could still be a copper after being convicted of a serious crime
2) Only 2nd? Can they win at nothing?!
Apparently it happens all over, some quite senior ranks as well, the offences vary. Figures obtained from the Freedom of Information act revealed that 384 officers are offenders!
 
#16
jack-daniels said:
jimbojetset said:
jack-daniels said:
Did you know that Hampshire Constabulary have the second highest rate in the country of police convicted of a crime still employed as coppers?
Guardians of the law? Pah!
That suprises me on two levels
1) I was unaware you could still be a copper after being convicted of a serious crime
2) Only 2nd? Can they win at nothing?!
Apparently it happens all over, some quite senior ranks as well, the offences vary. Figures obtained from the Freedom of Information act revealed that 384 officers are offenders!
yeah but only 20 of them actually meant to kill the brazillian. The other 364 were only trying to wing him.
 
#17
I'm assuming that refers to some computer game?
 
#18
'in my experience, Hampshire plod are utterly, utterly useless'.

Thames Valley Police are shit as well.

Back in June I reported some ****** to them for dangerous driving (he almost caused a multi-vehicle pileup at Jn15 of the M25), giving them his VRN. I was told that they could do nothing because there was no independent corroboration (they didn't bother checking the CCTV onsite), but that if any of their orificers saw him on the road they'd 'advise him' on his driving.
 
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#19
'in my experience, Hampshire plod are utterly, utterly useless'.

Thames Valley Police are shit as well.

Back in June I reported some ****** to them for dangerous driving (he almost caused a multi-vehicle pileup at Jn15 of the M25), giving them his VRN. I was told that they could do nothing because there was no independent corroboration (they didn't bother checking the CCTV onsite), but that if any of their orificers saw him on the road they'd 'advise him' on his driving.
Is there anywhere in the country where the locals are satisfied with the service provided by their "Plod"? Just wondering.
 
#20
Sussex police are at times good.....
Had some scrote enter our garden and go through all the sheds and outbuildings forceng entry into the 1 locked shed , as far as we could tell nothing stolen .....maybe cause we've got nothing worth nicking ..... however call to the police produced one officer and one SOCO within 2 hrs , finger prints etc taken from scene and we were kept upto date with progress of investigation ( case still to be heard )
Another night returning from a delayed flight we stopped at the end of our drive to open the 5 bar gate ... car drives down the road past the entance to our lane .... slows down and reverse's back and turns into our lane .... inside two coppers who say that they were just checking up to make sure all was ok , so good preventative policeing
admit response was a little slow when I tackled three pikeys "just looking for rabbits" in the fields behind home ..... like no response .
We live in a rural area and rarely see a police car.......despite comment above.... no longer have a village bobby .... only a PCSO or liasion officer as the local face of the law and reckon they are due for the chop in the current round of cuts ..... the police are withdrawing to the towns and citys where they can maintain crime clearup rates and diversity targets.
 

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