PC Paedophile reporting for duty

#42
My last DV interview:

Vetting Officer: “Do you look at internet pornography?
Me: “Isn't that why the internet was invented?"
Vetting Officer sighs wearily and looks at continuation sheet listing porn sites.

Or in my mates case (or so he claims):

VO: “Er.....ok.....I just need to make a phone call”
VO after returning: “You actually meant to answer NO to that one, didn't you?”
Won't they bin any one off for lying if they said No
 
#43
The dirty little nonce ****. "It has emerged Naude was already being investigated for sex offences when he became a student officer in April 2017" says the article. Just a few clues there for the thick and stupid ***** but he was allowed to continue, because? No system's foolproof but ffs it can't be that hard to protect children by keeping nonces out of law enforcement and out of vital public services. While we're at it, the dopey feckers letting 30 yr old 'schoolboys' into classrooms want shafting as well.
 
#44
No system's foolproof but ffs it can't be that hard to protect children by keeping nonces out of law enforcement and out of vital public services.
Go on then psychic Jack, tell us how to spot them... It's not like they advertise it.
It's almost like the cúnts go to extreme lengths to hide it.
 
#47
Go on then psychic Jack, tell us how to spot them... It's not like they advertise it.
It's almost like the cúnts go to extreme lengths to hide it.
A lot of cnuts go to extreme lengths to be unfunny. Nobody knew? The cnut was a suspect in rape and grooming cases before he was recruited. No further action was taken and he was allowed to continue, being appointed to the force in the April. In your own time...

An investigation by the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) into the vetting process and employment of Naude found there was no case to answer for misconduct for any individual officer.
Lots of 'soul-searching' though. What a surprise. Still. it was all extremely well hidden and nobody had a clue, eh.
 
#48
A lot of cnuts go to extreme lengths to be unfunny. Nobody knew? The cnut was a suspect in rape and grooming cases before he was recruited. No further action was taken and he was allowed to continue, being appointed to the force in the April. In your own time...

Lots of 'soul-searching' though. What a surprise. Still. it was all extremely well hidden and nobody had a clue, eh.
So not found guilty, not even charged...
You do know we operate innocent until proven guilty in Britain?
I mean it not like anyone has ever made false allegations is it ...
 
#49
Won't they bin any one off for lying if they said No
Agreed. Who would deny it? Porn is no different to looking at an attractive young women who has just entered your home and stripped off. I'd be a lot more suspicious of a bloke who didn't watch porn occasionally.
 
#50
So not found guilty, not even charged...
You do know we operate innocent until proven guilty in Britain?
I mean it not like anyone has ever made false allegations is it ...
Still not making any sense. The acting chief constable concerned, personally apologised to the family of the rape victim. So what glib point, out of your depth, are you attempting to make exactly?

Naude started working for the police in April 2017, despite being named as a suspect in two child grooming cases in neighbouring forces in the months leading up to his appointment. A decision was made by vetting which allowed the recruitment process to continue and Naude was appointed to the force. Now the force is "soul-searching". Slippery excuses and sloping shoulders, and "no individuals were responsible". Yet the senior officer has apologised to the family. We've been there before.

Statutory safeguarding guidelines -too often ignored- are clear about keeping children safe and assessing potential risk(s) to a child. Even after decades of child abuse in this country and an ongoing national scandal/disgrace, bellends and mealy mouth excuses don't protect children from rapists.

End of.
 
#51
It is hardly surprising, police are drawn from society. Society contains paedophiles.

I was talking with a friend the other day and found out a man I worked with in a CID Main Office had been convicted and did 8 months for possession of child sex abuse imagery.

A profound memory is first day of my Child Abuse Interviewer's course (what fun that was, and worse when I started interviewing for real) is being reminded that a guy who had sat in the course only a year or two before had been convicted of possession of sex abuse imagery.

Someone who I thought of as my friend in the job (who I trusted and kicked in doors with) turned out to be selling Class B to their friends.

Sadly, life is imperfect. But the consequences are severe, and certainly had I known any of those things at the time I would have arrested them myself.

Wrong 'Uns get through now and again, but at least they have to spend every day looking over their shoulder. For all my open contempt for the Standards dept; I reserve that for the brown nosing pricks who do good people's legs for their own careers - but, I've had several friends working in Standards intelligence doing very good work to keep the job clean.

I have no problem with that, and we are still friends. I was the vetting reference for one - which made me laugh, and I did say is that really wise? Despite my previous clearance I may have held and whatever I may have done, I have no doubt I was trace on their systems due to allegations made against me. My friend laughed, and we carried on getting smashed.
 
#55
It is hardly surprising, police are drawn from society. Society contains paedophiles....
...I was talking with a friend the other day and found out a man I worked with in a CID Main Office had been convicted and did 8 months for possession of child sex abuse imagery. .
Boumer. Do you think that it's possible, for certain people, to "catch" something from the work?
Somebody in close contact with, for example, child pornography, becomes inured and gets involved?
 
#56
Agreed. Who would deny it? Porn is no different to looking at an attractive young women who has just entered your home and stripped off. I'd be a lot more suspicious of a bloke who didn't watch porn occasionally.
Will any sort of porn do? Asking for a friend.
 
#57
Boumer. Do you think that it's possible, for certain people, to "catch" something from the work?
Somebody in close contact with, for example, child pornography, becomes inured and gets involved?
I don't think so to be honest.

Certainly, my friends watched my personality change dramatically whilst I was posted to domestic violence and specialist sexual offences investigation teams. That was both due to stress and the desensitisation to violence I was witnessing and investigating.

I had to watch child sex abuse imagery, and violent graphic pornography. By which I mean the sort proscribed by this legislation.

https://www.cps.gov.uk/legal-guidance/extreme-pornography

It didn't change my sexual orientation.

But if you will excuse me, I have to drop my girlfriend off at school and then wash the balaclava from last night's breathplay session.
 
#58
There are many vigilante groups posing as children onliine in order to entrap potential paedophiles. This episode proves that these people must not be tolorated. If a Police Officer can use his position to cover up paedophile tendencies think what a vigilante can do.
 

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#60
I delivered kit to the nurses out there a couple of weeks ago.
A vile , disgusting place. Made my skin crawl.
Usk itself is rather nice though.
 

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