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Saturday, 9 February 2013

"State Media Go Quiet On Sacking Of Policeman Danny Craven"

"Who Sanctioned This Sacking?"






12 comments:

  1. Seens a bit over the top to me, he done no harm to anyone, and 3 of the bastards who break the law (deliberately) are not prosecuted, what kind of a fucking outfit are they?
    How could anyone work for an administration like that, you would need eyes in the back of your head!,

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  2. I have to agree anon, Craven's err, crimes, are rather minuscule when compared to the outright criminality of many of his former colleagues. e.g The Curtis cops, those who lied at Cyril's trial, those who batter teenagers, those who steal drugs and money from the police station, those who tip off child abusers and perverts, the list is seamingly endless!....

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  3. Nothing online from the jersey media.

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  4. Craven was a good cop, very strong and could seriously look after himself!!

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  5. A good friend of mine joined the jersey police as a cadet in the 80s. He got through to fully fledged copper with flying colours.

    When interviewed as to what direction he intended to go in the police force he said he just wanted to be a good honest cop.

    Because he wouldn't change his mind as to the way they wanted him to go, he was told that he was not suitable.

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  6. Infact my good friend trained with Minty. It therefore makes you wonder what Minty said in his introductory interview?

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  7. This guy got what he deserved, when you break the law you get punished.

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  8. This is an issue of using the police computer system to check on a number plate because he was personally involved with a lady. Yep it may be wrong, no one got hurt, he sent a text message.

    Then Ian Le Marquand broke a confidentially agreement putting into the public domain negative information about the ex police of chief. He then refused to allow the whole balanced report to be released. Then Frank Walker gave out a pack of lies about Harcourt to try and get a massive development passed, they had been checked over many times he said, yes they had and he new they were in trouble, so did Ozeuf, Le Suer, Izatt that Harcourt were in two courts for big money and owed 1/4 of a billion and yet this little walk the streets copper loses his job, remind us what he did again.

    Good to see Jersey is such a fair place to live.

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  9. SCY , that's a little harsh isn't it?, a relatively minor infraction, no one was hurt or lost anything, he's being punished twice, not many jobs where you lose your job/career/livelihood all in one go because of something so minor, this guy as ex.met and they do this all the time, they wouldn't have a force in London or Jersey is every Police officer was prosecuted for this offence over the last twenty years!. And don't think that it is limited to SOJP, there is also the Honorary , DVSD, Planning etc etc all have access and have probably abused it in the past, what do you do sack them all?
    SP

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  10. Hell hath no fury....and it would appear the WPC he had been involved with caused his whole future to be blown apart.

    Sounds like a nice lady! I wonder if she regrets what she has done?

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  11. One of Craven's colleagues has been using the police data base for years in order to locate and buy the low digit numbers plates on vehicles that he buys and sells as a lucrative side line.

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  12. Anon at 3.00pm, sounds like you need to report that to someone, who is it?

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