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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

"Jersey Police A Laughing Stock!!!"

Jersey Police To Send Criminals

A Christmas Card

WTF?    P.M.S.L :)


  
Jersey police say a small number of people account for a large amount of crime.
YES, Jersey Policemen, Judges & Politicians

Jersey's most prolific offenders will be sent a Christmas card by the States of Jersey police (SOJP) to remind them they are being watched.

The cards will say: "Thinking of you during the festive season and throughout 2012. From all your friends at SOJP".
They will be hand-delivered to 30 of the island's most persistent criminals.
The cards will be taken by officers who make regular visits to check on offenders' whereabouts.


Between January and November 2011 recorded crime was at its lowest level for 10 year with 530 fewer crimes recorded than the same period in 2010.
Figures show that 233 of the 1,883 people arrested in 2011 were arrested for a second time, 48 of them five times or more and two offenders each arrested 14 times.
Det Insp Dave Burmingham said: "We are always looking for innovative ways to get the message across and the Christmas cards are an extension of our ongoing intelligence-led efforts to target prolific offenders.


"But the issues are very serious. A relatively small number of individuals are responsible for committing a large amount of crime impacting on many people, and these individuals need to be reminded that we are on to them, and if they choose to continue their criminal activity they will be caught."


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24 comments:

  1. White shirts, bicycles, shorts, and now this!

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  2. hahaha

    I am sure the prison guards will be delighted by this news as they will have to deal with the aftermath of this inflamatory idiocy.

    Way ta go imbeciles....

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  3. Ho Ho Ho!....and if you didn't get one then you know they aren't on to you yet!

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  4. Maybe they will get officer Sykes to send one to the two young lads he battered in one of your previous postings.

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  5. Ho Ho Ho You couldnt make it up

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  6. Ian

    You make a very good point about the prison guards, what is the point of winding the prisoners up even further.

    I am sure that everyone in the prison would wish to get through Christmas as quickly as possible, and with the minimal of stress and aggravation.

    This is a very ill conceived and stupid idea.

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  7. Sorry anon, accidentally deleted your comment.

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  8. "They will be hand-delivered to 30 of the island's most persistent criminals."

    At what cost to the tax payer?

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  9. Hey Ozzy, hope your doing ok mate :)

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  10. That is hilarious

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  11. If it was 1st April I could understand, but, what an idiotic, stupid and laughable idea this is.

    How's about investigating things like planning corruption etc.?

    Beggars belief!

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  12. I think they should get PC Sykes to delever the christmas cards since his been a naughty boy again....

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  13. They should send one to problem drinker Jon too

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  14. These clowns should be sent to inner cities in England to teach them some REAL POLICING instead of writing xmas cards to people they have probably stitched up anyway.

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  15. Bowron has lost it

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  16. What an extremely provocative action this is, you just could not make this s**t up.....!

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  17. Where ya come from Det Insp Dave?

    Burmingham

    On a serious note I can think of one repeat offender that could do with one of these cards!! He could use it as a beer mat!

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  18. Yer, one less thing to soak into his mattress

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  19. What people seem to have forgotten is that we live in a “Common Law Society”; a ‘Common Law Jurisdiction’ and that there is huge difference between what is ‘Legal’ and what is ‘Lawful’.
    What the police have done here is clearly unlawful, because they have caused the recipients of these ‘intimidating Christmas cards’ to suffer a ‘TORT” (harm) – for which, under Common Law, a ‘Remedy’ is provided and may be obtained.
    The recipiants of these ‘intimidating cards’ should get together and find out how to serve a ‘Commercial Lien’ upon the current police chief , the Officers involved and the States of Jersey Police (corporation) with a ‘Bill of Exchange’ (for as many (£ pounds) as they wish) followed by a ‘Bill of Obligation’ – if this is not dealt with ‘honourably’ then a Common Law Court de Jure in which a Judge is required to stand upon his/her Oath, must uphold this and those suffering the ‘Tort’ will collect – remember the Courts belong to the people; not the judges and lawyers who are the real crooks that continually try to trick people into believing that a civil ‘Administrative Hearing’ is a Court of Common law – it is not. It is no more than a ‘Trust meeting’ and to do this is to commit Fraud! (see Hailsburys Law 20/11).
    So, while I have no time for these targeted dead beat repeat-offenders, who are the result of an ultra-liberal lack of discipline and a progressive education system, they, just like the Devil himself, are entitled to protection under the Law and as such now become fellow human beings who have suffered a ‘Tort’ by this wholly irresponsible ‘unlawful’ police action.
    Remember, every policeman, Judge, politician, is bound by his/her ‘Oath of Office’, which is to guard and protect the ‘Common Law’ rights of all the People – to do otherwise is to commit Treason!

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  20. Very nicely put JerseyBull, and quite correct :)

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  21. "So, while I have no time for these targeted dead beat repeat-offenders, who are the result of an ultra-liberal lack of discipline and a progressive education system, they, just like the Devil himself, are entitled to protection under the Law and as such now become fellow human beings who have suffered a ‘Tort’ by this wholly irresponsible ‘unlawful’ police action."

    JerseyBull has just demonstrated an ultra-liberal perspective himself. Intimidating cards, suffering harm...............? Do you have the first clue how ridiculous you sound. You will I'm sure, as will many shed a tear for these prolific offenders who would seem to be so sensitive. Remember that next time they break in to someone's house and cause misery..... or worse!!!!! There are people that do and those that don't, it's so easy to ridicule and attack from behind a computer. How sad!

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  22. Very good anon but I'm afraid I can't publish that for obvious reasons :)

    It was funny though!

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  23. my child received 1 of these cards and i thought it insulting and offensive she is not a bad or nasty 1most of time the police winding them up and provoking them so they retaliate

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