Missing girl, Met officer arrested

oops 30 HR cases here for unauthorized access to her files by fellow officers.


So if it does not rain it pours ..

cheers
I don't know what actual files could be looked at. There would have been a missing persons report put on when she first went missing, but once it became a murder investigation and a body was found the investigation is carried out by one of the specialist murder squads which used to be based in Hendon, although the old police training college at Hendon has all but gone now. A basic crime report will go on the system which can be restricted to specific named people, but the main investigation used to be carried out on a seperate system called HOLMES. This was restricted to the murder team investigating the case.

They may have carried out a PNC check on the suspect, but all these type of things are well known to be tracked, so anybody doing it without good reason must be extremely stupid.
 
oops 30 HR cases here for unauthorized access to her files by fellow officers.


So if it does not rain it pours ..

cheers
Recall some idiots driving around noting car registration numbers displayed at Shell(?) filling stations for a sales promotion in the 80s. You were meant to find the petrol station with your cars number in order to win a £10K prize. The, aforesaid idiots, would then do a PNC check and ring the registered keeper offering the filling station location in return for 25%.
All nicked and dismissed with the exception of a senior officer who was allowed to resign and therefore keep his pension
 

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Recall some idiots driving around noting car registration numbers displayed at Shell(?) filling stations for a sales promotion in the 80s. You were meant to find the petrol station with your cars number in order to win a £10K prize. The, aforesaid idiots, would then do a PNC check and ring the registered keeper offering the filling station location in return for 25%.
All nicked and dismissed with the exception of a senior officer who was allowed to resign and therefore keep his pension
I recall that, happened in more than one force too. I thought it was Esso but could well be wrong, my Google Fu has failed.
 
Recall some idiots driving around noting car registration numbers displayed at Shell(?) filling stations for a sales promotion in the 80s. You were meant to find the petrol station with your cars number in order to win a £10K prize. The, aforesaid idiots, would then do a PNC check and ring the registered keeper offering the filling station location in return for 25%.
All nicked and dismissed with the exception of a senior officer who was allowed to resign and therefore keep his pension
Makes PNC 'snooker' seem so innocent.
 
A totally irrelevant Green Party peer desperately seeking attention on the basis of any attention whatsoever is better than the total darkness of obscurity and pointlessness that she and her ilk inhabit.
Life, as I knew it, ended with this .......
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...okay, time to watch YouTube vids of B52s carpet bombing forests.
 
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All very well having a complacent smile at the loon, but the loon's in the House which passes Law in the nation.
Consider, seriously, the impact of someone like this if her views were given time and influence in that place. And they are.
 

Then don't live in the ******** of the world, then


:)

. . . anyway, just for you:

A Met Police officer has admitted kidnapping and raping Sarah Everard.
The 33-year-old vanished as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on 3 March. Her body was found a week later in woodland near Ashford, Kent.
Appearing at the Old Bailey via video-link, PC Wayne Couzens, of Deal, pleaded guilty both to kidnap and rape.
The court heard he also accepted responsibility for Ms Everard's death but did not enter a plea on the charge of murder.
Marketing executive Ms Everard had been walking to her home in Brixton on the night she disappeared.
She was reported missing by her boyfriend on 4 March and her body was discovered hidden in an area of woodland on 10 March.

PC Couzens was wearing khaki trousers and a grey sweatshirt as he appeared by video link from Belmarsh jail.
He pleaded guilty to kidnapping Ms Everard "unlawfully and by force or fraud" on 3 March.
He also pleaded guilty to a second charge of rape between 2 and 10 March.

Four members of Ms Everard's family were present at the court as PC Couzens answered the two charges with: "Yes, sir."
The court heard that he had accepted responsibility for the killing but medical reports were awaited.
The next plea hearing is due to take place on 9 July.


ETA - you may not be alone:

 
Then don't live in the ******** of the world, then


:)

. . . anyway, just for you:

A Met Police officer has admitted kidnapping and raping Sarah Everard.
The 33-year-old vanished as she walked home in Clapham, south London, on 3 March. Her body was found a week later in woodland near Ashford, Kent.
Appearing at the Old Bailey via video-link, PC Wayne Couzens, of Deal, pleaded guilty both to kidnap and rape.
The court heard he also accepted responsibility for Ms Everard's death but did not enter a plea on the charge of murder.
Marketing executive Ms Everard had been walking to her home in Brixton on the night she disappeared.
She was reported missing by her boyfriend on 4 March and her body was discovered hidden in an area of woodland on 10 March.

PC Couzens was wearing khaki trousers and a grey sweatshirt as he appeared by video link from Belmarsh jail.
He pleaded guilty to kidnapping Ms Everard "unlawfully and by force or fraud" on 3 March.
He also pleaded guilty to a second charge of rape between 2 and 10 March.

Four members of Ms Everard's family were present at the court as PC Couzens answered the two charges with: "Yes, sir."
The court heard that he had accepted responsibility for the killing but medical reports were awaited.
The next plea hearing is due to take place on 9 July.


ETA - you may not be alone:


Morning @FourZeroCharlie,
Cheers for posting that.
Ref: The image, 'no show' up thread. This image on another thread at the same time.
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All other threads load/read ok.
I'm a technosaur, anybody got any idea what happened?





Cannot help "living(existing) in ******** of the world". I'm fckn stranded here!:confused:.........:censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored::censored:

 
The BBC article may be down as I believe reporting restrictions are in place for purposes of future trials.
 
oops 30 HR cases here for unauthorized access to her files by fellow officers.


So if it does not rain it pours ..

cheers
Some things never change. The threat of summary execution would not stop some police officers and staff from unauthorised access to records when there is a bit of gossip and scandal in the air. It's probably right up there with unauthorised access for the purposes of messy relationships/impending divorces, stalking or familial criminality.
 
Some things never change. The threat of summary execution would not stop some police officers and staff from unauthorised access to records when there is a bit of gossip and scandal in the air. It's probably right up there with unauthorised access for the purposes of messy relationships/impending divorces, stalking or familial criminality.
****ing idiots.

Every keystroke is auditable. People that thick deserve the **** they are about to land in.
 

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Perhaps some enlightened ARRSEr will be able to contribute, but as an ex-policeman in prison, would he be put in genpop or segregated for his own safety?

I can't imagine it would be a particularly easy time for him, no matter how long the sentence.
 
Some things never change. The threat of summary execution would not stop some police officers and staff from unauthorised access to records when there is a bit of gossip and scandal in the air. It's probably right up there with unauthorised access for the purposes of messy relationships/impending divorces, stalking or familial criminality.
Doesn't that say a great deal about the quality of the workforce?
 
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