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The criminals in uniform: Almost 1,000 officers with convictions from drug dealing to perverting justice are still in the police

Two detective chief inspectors among 944 officers in England and Wales with a criminal record
One officer found guilty of gross misconduct after sending racist and sexist texts is still in his job
Hundreds of others facing misconduct allegations are allowed to escape punishment by quitting their forces


More than 900 police officers continue to serve despite being convicted of crimes including violence, robbery and fraud.

Forces employ policemen and women with criminal records for assault, burglary, supplying drugs and perverting the course of justice. Among them are several senior officers, including two detective chief inspectors and a chief inspector working for the Metropolitan Police. In some cases continuing to employ officers appears to directly contradict Government guidelines which insist on ‘proven integrity’.

They highlight that people with convictions for certain offences, including assault, dangerous driving and burglary, should not be recruited. At least 944 serving officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) have a conviction. Most are for traffic offences such as speeding and drink-driving, but there are also offences of dishonesty and fraud. Among the 944 are a Devon and Cornwall PC convicted of burglary as a teenager and officers in Essex convicted of dangerous driving, supplying cannabis and robbery.

A volunteer special constable continues to serve despite being convicted of swiping a set of car number plates and using them to steal petrol from service stations. In Hertfordshire a sergeant was convicted of dangerous driving and a Kent PC has a 1998 conviction for perverting the course of justice. Five Merseyside officers have been convicted of assault and another has a criminal record for causing death by careless driving.

A North Wales officer was convicted of forgery and a Staffordshire Police inspector has a record for keeping a dangerous dog. A Surrey Police detective constable was convicted of obstructing police while others have records for wounding, drink driving and animal cruelty. The total figure was revealed by 32 of the 43 forces in England and Wales in response to requests under freedom of information laws.

Many could not provide details of criminal records dating from before their staff joined, meaning the true figure is likely to be higher. The Metropolitan Police, Britain’s largest force, employed the most staff with convictions, 356 officers and 41 PCSOs. It was followed by Kent (49), Devon and Cornwall (44), Essex (42), South Yorkshire (35), Hampshire (31) and West Midlands (27). There are around 140,000 police officers, 15,000 PCSOs and 70,000 civilian staff in the 43 forces.

The figures emerged as a senior police officer insisted officers who resign before facing misconduct procedures are not being ‘let off the hook’. Commander Peter Spindler, of the Met, admitted more than 130 employees left Scotland Yard over the past year instead of facing disciplinary measures. But he said in many cases it is more ‘pragmatic’ to let them resign, and said complaints against police are falling. Simon Reed, vice president of the Police Federation, said misconduct panels decide whether an officer should be dismissed after considering each case.

He said: ‘Most police officers are dismissed if they commit a crime. It may be easy to condemn some cases but there will be specific reasons these people have been kept on.’ A Metropolitan Police spokesman said the number of officers with criminal convictions is a small proportion of the workforce.

He added: ‘Any instance where the conduct of our staff is alleged to have fallen below the standards of behaviour expected is treated extremely seriously by the Met.’ A Home Office spokesman said forces should reject potential recruits with convictions for serious offences unless there are ‘exceptionally compelling circumstances’.

HUNDREDS OF POLICE OFFICERS FACING MISCONDUCT ALLEGATIONS ESCAPE PUNISHMENT BY RESIGNING

Hundreds of police officers facing misconduct allegations are being allowed to escape punishment by quitting their forces. More than 130 employees were permitted by chief officers to walk out of Scotland Yard over the past year instead of facing a misconduct panel. The force sacked 43 officers over that same period, figures show.

With police conduct under 'unprecedented' scrutiny, Commander Peter Spindler, the Metropolitan Police's discipline chief, insisted he was not letting corrupt officers off the hook. But Mr Spindler, head of the force's directorate of professional standards, said in many cases 'it's actually more pragmatic to let them resign'. Officers have been angered by a recent report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) claiming forces were failing to respond to 'far too many' complaints about officers.

Detective Chief Superintendent Richard Heselden said he had been told 'we should be making an example of them' instead of letting them resign. But he said: 'The process is slow, they are sitting there on taxpayers' expense, secondly there's no guarantee that a panel will come to that conclusion. 'It's cheaper and quicker to get them out of the force. The objective is to get someone out (of) the organisation.'

Officers working at the internal discipline unit said they would welcome clarity offered by recommendations in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry, the public investigation launched in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal. Mr Heselden said there were 'grey areas' surrounding relations between police and journalists. He said: 'For me, if I leak to a criminal, I'm a criminal. No-one doubts it.

'If I make an inappropriate leak to my family and tell them about sensitive police matters, that's a crime. 'But if I do it to a journalist ... is that a crime? Or is it public interest? At what point does public interest disclosure meet corruption?' Discipline officers have beefed up the internal investigation unit in recent months, moving into a centralised base in Earls Court.

Officers say they now have 'every power available' to beat corruption, including setting up stings on its own employees. In one recent case, the team set up a fake raid in a bid to snare an officer suspected of stealing from crime scenes. 'You wouldn't believe the work we go to,' Mr Heselden said.

'It had been set up to look like an east European drug dealer, including even the food in the fridge. People who are corrupt are incredibly suspicious. 'They know we exist and what lengths we go to - it means we have to go to the utmost lengths to outmanoeuvre them.'



POLICE OFFICER WHO SENT RACIST AND SEXIST TEXTS IS STILL IN HIS JOB

A police officer found guilty of gross misconduct after sending racist and sexist texts is still in his job, Northamptonshire Police has confirmed.

The behaviour of the constable was revealed in a Freedom of Information request submitted to the force by a member of the public, which said the officer had been disciplined earlier this year over text messages sent to another officer while off duty. Although the force insisted it did not tolerate sexism or racism, follow-up questions by the Chron have revealed the officer is still working in the county. A Northamptonshire police spokeswoman said: 'We can confirm that this year an officer was found guilty of racially and sexually-related misconduct, which involved the sending of inappropriate texts.

'It was found that these breached the high standards Northamptonshire Police demands of its officers. Sexist and racist behaviour will not be tolerated on or off duty. 'The officer in question accepted that the texts were wrong. The panel determined that the matter had not affected the officer's service to the community and as such the individual concerned has been allowed to continue to serve for the force.'

For such misconduct, an officer could potentially lose their job, but it is only one of a number of sanctions that can be brought, depending on the severity of the case. In each case, previous good conduct and character is taken into consideration. Anjona Roy, chief executive of Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council, said knowing a still-serving officer had sent racist and sexist texts could damage public confidence in the force.

She said: 'Policing is dependent on people's confidence in officers. They are in a position of power and people have to feel that it won't be used for unfair purposes. 'I'd like to see all police standards reports made available where the officer has been found guilty so the public can judge for themselves if they think the punishment is proportionate or not.'

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    A serving Scotland Yard officer has been arrested on suspicion of receiving illegal payments from journalists.

    The 52-year-old woman, understood to be a member of the force's specialist operations branch, was held in Essex after detectives swooped on her home at dawn. She is the first police officer arrested under Operation Elveden, the inquiry into alleged illegal payments, which runs alongside the Operation Weeting phone hacking investigation. The specialist operations division in which she works covers some of the Met's most demanding roles, from counter-terrorism to protecting the Royal Family.

    The suspect was arrested at her home less than a week after officers questioned former News of the World crime editor Lucy Panton over alleged payments. The officer has been released on police bail, pending further inquiries, to April next year. "Officers from Operation Elveden arrested a serving Metropolitan Police Service officer on suspicion of misconduct in a public office and offences contrary to the Prevention of Corruption Act 1906," the force said.

    Eight suspects have now been arrested as part of Operation Elveden, which was launched after officers were handed documents suggesting News International journalists had made payments to officers. Ms Panton, 37, who is married to a Scotland Yard detective, was questioned and later bailed after officers swooped on her Surrey home. Others questioned as part of the inquiry include former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, ex-Downing Street communications chief Andy Coulson, former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner, the paper's former royal editor Clive Goodman, and a 63-year-old man whose identity has not been disclosed.

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  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROMOTING SENIOR COP JAILED FOR ABUSING VULNERABLE GIRL
    HERE IS ONLY ONE EXAMPLE OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROMOTERS WHO MASK THEIR PERVERTED AGENDA. A SENIOR COP WHO ABUSED A VULNERABLE GIRL WHILE PROMOTING THE 'BAD' MEN AGENDA THAT SEES PERVERTS PRETENDING TO PROTECT WOMEN AND CHILDREN AGAINST THE MALES THAT FACE VILE ALLEGATIONS FROM THE PERVERT COPS, JUDGES AND LAWYERS THAT SEPARATE GOOD MEN FROM THEIR KIDS FOR THEIR OWN ULTERIOR MOTIVES.

    Policeman who wore skirt and tights to wrestle with 'vulnerable' girl, 13, is jailed for six years

    A married police inspector has been jailed after he persuaded a teenager to film him as he lay on the floor dressed in a skirt, tights and handcuffs. Father-of-four Russell Dew, 44, an officer with Nottinghamshire Police, took advantage of the 13-year-old girl, drawing on his experience at a domestic abuse centre that he had helped to set up. She saw him as a 'father figure' after her parents split up in 2009 and they exchanged more than 1,000 emails including one in which he told her she gave him a 'good feeling'. Her mother became suspicious of what was happening and initially told him to exercise caution before banning them from contacting one another. Ignoring the warning, however, he abused her in his car and at his home in Newark, Nottinghamshire. When she stopped them from seeing one another, they continued to keep in touch through email. Prosecutor Andrew Peet told Nottingham Crown Court that Dew 'wrestled' with the girl on the floor before they had simulated sex while he was dressed in the skirt and tights.

    Mrs Justice Macur said Dew's behaviour was a 'selfish and intended pursuit of this girl for the ultimate pleasure of yourself'. She added that Dew, originally from Melbourne, Australia, had no previous convictions but would also be placed on the sex offenders register. 'Your offending was sexual, predatory and malign,' she said. 'Your guilty plea was an indication of remorse, but on your own terms, not due to the harm you have inflicted.' Mrs Justice Macur said the length of sentence reflected that she believed him to be a 'dangerous offender' who would have been aided by the knowledge he attained during his time in the police force. 'Your position of trust, and one which involved you at stages of your career an overview not only of domestic violence but also of sexual offenders, would have been encouraged by your work into thinking that you could cover your tracks.' On another occasion the girl filmed him as he lay on the floor wearing his police-issue handcuffs and his work shirt. Before filming, Dew and the teenager had been handcuffed together by their wrists.

    She can be heard giggling and mimicking his Australian accent as she straddled him and he pulled faces, and grimaced while she plucked hairs from his chest. Becoming concerned about his own actions, Dew sent an email to the girl, who cannot be named, saying: 'It is increasingly difficult for me not to be near you. 'You have a certain something about you that attracts me. I know I pushed the boundaries with you, but I know that is not right. 'Maybe it would be better if I tried to stay away. Our odd relationship is worrying me.' Dew, a Roman Catholic who said he did not have sex with his wife because of religious beliefs, clutched Rosary beads as he was sentenced to six years in prison for five counts of sexual activity with a child between February and August 2010. They continued to swap emails, which he sent from his police account, and he was arrested when one of the victim's teachers became worried about self-harming and the abuse came to light.

    He initially claimed she had 'made it all up', and said she was blackmailing him after discovering he enjoyed wearing womens' clothing but eventually admitted to the offences. Mr Peet said the girl told police after Dew’s arrest: 'I looked for someone outside the family circle in whom I could confide. I had a great deal of trust in him.' In a statement the victim said she could no longer sleep properly and felt 'safe' with Dew because of his profession as a police officer. She said: 'I feel angry about what he has done. I would not want anyone to feel like I feel now.' The girl's mother said she now questioned her own judgement and felt she was 'enduring a life sentence of regret' in not preventing the abuse. Sonil Alhaya, defending, said Dew was 'full of remorse', and had 'lost his career and reputation.'

    Judge Mrs Justice Macur told Dew that the offences 'reflect a course of conduct that you were undoubtedly grooming for sexual purposes a vulnerable 13-year-old girl'. She added that the girl’s mother had initially seen Dew as a 'knight in shining armour', but that he had in fact indulged in a 'selfish and intended pursuit' in which the 'ultimate act was 'simulating sexual intercourse'. The judge also quoted a pre-sentence report in which Dew was referred to as a 'manipulative, dangerous individual' who represented a 'high-risk to children'. Dew was told he would have to sign the sex offenders’ register, and banned from working with children for life. He resigned from Nottinghamshire Police on August 18 this year following his arrest. At the time, he was the Neighbourhood Policing Inspector for Mansfield, and was based at the town’s police station. He spent eight years with the Royal Navy before joining the Metropolitan Police. He set up a centre in Croydon to help families affected by abuse before moving to Nottingham in 2002.

    He set up a centre in Croydon to help families affected by abuse and led police projects to tackle domestic violence, then moved to Nottingham in 2002. He worked in the district of St Ann’s and the Bridewell custody suite, next to Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, before becoming local area commander for the town of Hucknall in 2008. DCI Di Heydon, from Nottingham Police, said Dew's actions went 'against our role as police officers, which is ultimately to protect innocent people and keep them safe.'

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  • WHY REPORTING CRIMES TO FREEMASON COPS CAN ENDANGER YOUR OWN LIFE
    AS A GROUP WITH VAST EXPERIENCE OF DEALING WITH BRITISH COPS WE WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND ANYONE SHOULD REPORT CRIMES TO THESE MASONIC BASTARDS UNLESS THEIR LIFE WAS THREATENED. MANY OF US AS SEPARATED FATHERS HAVE BEEN VICIOUSLY AND VENOMOUSLY ATTACKED BY THE UTTER SCUM AND DREGS OF THE EARTH WHO HAVE FOR MANY YEARS BEEN GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER. THEY ALSO SPEND MOST OF THEIR TIME AIDING AND ABETTING BAILIFFS STEALING MENS HOMES, ASSETS AND CHILDREN THAN CATCHING REAL CRIMINALS. BUT THEY THEMSELVES ARE FAR MORE CRIMINAL THAN THE WEE NEDS THEY OCCASIONALLY PICK UP. LAW AND ORDER IN THE UK HAS BEEN BROKEN FOR A VERY LONG TIME BECAUSE OF FREEMASON COPS WHO ARE A LAW UNTO THEMSELVES AND OPERATE A TYRANNY EVEN WORST THAN SOME OF THE MOST BARBARIC COUNTRIES ACROSS THE GLOBE.BUT THE MEDIA ARE SILENT FOR MOST OF THEIR CRIMINALITY

    Teenagers who found girl, 5, sleeping in abandoned stolen car are arrested THEMSELVES when they call police

    Two teenagers who spotted a five-year-old girl sleeping in a stolen car have told how they were arrested for 'doing the right thing' when they called police. Tyler Thompson and Connor Roderick were held in custody for four hours and had their DNA and fingerprints taken. Their clothes were also kept by police following the incident in St Helen Auckland, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham.

    Now Tyler,16, and 18-year-old Connor plan to submit a complaint to the authorities about their treatment. The teenagers were on their way to a shop to buy milk at about 10.15pm nine days ago when they found the abandoned red Skoda Fabia with its engine running. It had been stolen from outside the Royal Chef Chinese takeaway in nearby Manor Road.

    The driver had left his keys in the ignition while he went in to place an order and three youths were spotted driving the car away shortly after 10pm. The friends recognised the car and while Connor ran to find the owner, Tyler spotted the young girl on the back seat and guarded the vehicle. Connor then brought the police and the girl's father to the car where officers arrested them.

    'We couldn't believe what was happening,' said Tyler. 'We hadn't done anything wrong. We thought we were doing the right thing but the police just didn't believe us. We were gutted. 'If we had left that car, I never would have been able to forgive myself if something had happened to that girl.' Both were held until 3am when they were released without charge.

    Tyler, who has taken part in police projects as a member of Bishop Auckland Theatre Hooligans drama group, added: 'We were kept in a cell for doing something good. We felt like criminals.' The best friends, who have never been in trouble with the police, said they would now think twice before doing a good turn for fear of getting into trouble. 'We have had strangers coming up in the street asking us why we did it,' said Connor. 'Everyone in the village has been talking about it. It has been horrible.'

    A Durham Police spokesman said: 'Police arrested a man and a youth at the scene as they matched a description given to police. They were later released without charge. 'The suspects were dealt with as quickly as procedures allow while ensuring that the matter was thoroughly investigated. 'Two other youths have been arrested in connection with this incident and bailed pending further inquiries.'

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    NWO COPS SET TO 'BLIND' PROTESTERS
    Rioters beware: Police set to deploy £25,000 James Bond-style laser that temporarily blinds

    Shoulder-mounted device temporarily impairs the vision of anyone looking towards its laser
    Originally invented to deter pirates from vulnerable cargo ships
    Resembles a rifle and can hit targets 500m away with a wall of light up to four metres wide

    Police may be given a laser weapon that could repel rioters with a blinding wall of light.

    The shoulder-mounted device, which resembles a rifle, temporarily impairs the vision of anyone looking towards it. Developed by a former Royal Marine commando, the £25,000 laser can dazzle and incapacitate targets up to 1,640ft away by creating a 13ft wall of light. Government scientists have been impressed by initial trials and are preparing to ask police to test it as potential weapon in a growing armoury of equipment aimed at preventing a repeat of the August riots.

    The Home Office said it had to be tested further and guidelines drawn up for its use. Paul Kerr, of Photonic Security Systems, the UK-based firm behind it, said the effect was like looking into a low sun on a bright winter day. He added: ‘It is horrible. It makes you look away. ‘The system would give police an intimidating visual deterrent. If you can't look at something you can't attack it.

    ‘If police spot someone trying to do something untoward, painting them with this would certainly make them think twice about it.’ Developed by a former Royal Marine commando, the £25,000 laser resembles a rifle and can dazzle and incapacitate targets up to 500m away. It creates a wall of light up to four metres wide and comes with an infrared scope to spot looters in poor visibility.

    Those behind the invention believe it has many uses, from deterring rioters to aiding high-risk hostage rescues. The Home Office has been considering new forms of non-lethal equipment since a wave of looting and arson rocked the country. The Metropolitan Police is considering buying three water canon at a cost of up to £4million but senior officers remain divided over how effective they would be.

    The force is also increasing the number of officers trained to fire plastic bullets and has warned they could be used. It has already deployed an imposing new portable metal fence in Whitehall during a recent anti-cuts demonstration. The trailer-mounted fence, complete with spy-holes and police signs, was donated by the Government last year and is similar to those used in European cities.

    A Home Office spokesman said the technology must be tested to ensure it does not cause any permanent ill effects and guidelines drawn up for its use. He added: ‘Laser dazzle technology is one we have recognised as holding some merit. ‘However, prior to any police deployment a number of things need to be done to assess the technology's suitability.’

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  • FREEMASON MET COPS CORRUPTION PROBE REJECTED BY AXE MURDER VICTIM'S FAMILY


    LEFT: DANIEL MORGAN VICTIM OF FREEMASONS OUTSIDE AND INSIDE THE MET'S MURDER SQUAD WHO WERE INVOLVED IN DRUG DEALING

    The family of a murdered private detective whose killers have not been brought to justice have rejected the offer of a Scotland Yard investigation into police corruption following a meeting with the Home Secretary.

    Daniel Morgan, 37, was found with an axe in his head at a south London pub car park in 1987 but the case against three men accused of killing him collapsed in March. His brother Alastair, who has seen five inquiries into the murder fail, told Theresa May that only a judicial inquiry in public would satisfy the family. He said he was "almost insulted" by her offer of a further police investigation, given the family's experience of forces over the past 24 years. "We made it very clear we were not interested," he said. He called the hour-long meeting with Mrs May at the Home Office a "smart piece of stonewalling". Mr Morgan went on: "Mrs May offered another police investigation, not into the murder but into the possibility of criminality in the inquiry. We told her in no uncertain terms that we've had enough of the police." He said the family is considering "all legal options".

    It is understood Mrs May urged the family to accept the offer of the police investigation but the possibility of a judge-led inquiry has still not been ruled out. No decision is expected until the end of separate inquiries by the Met and the Crown Prosecution Service. The Home Office said: "It is deeply regrettable Daniel Morgan's killers have not been brought to justice. We understand the strength of feeling this case has caused." The family received apologies from police and lawyers in March as three men were cleared of murdering Mr Morgan, originally from Monmouthshire. Scotland Yard admitted the first inquiry into his 1987 killing was hampered by police corruption.

    The outcome was even more bitter as it came on the 24th anniversary of his death in the car park of the Golden Lion in Sydenham. The five police inquiries and an inquest, as well as three years of legal hearings, are un-officially estimated at £30million. The trial's failure hinged on the disclosure process. Amid revelations that there were crates of material defence lawyers had not been told about, the three defendants - Mr Morgan's former business partner Jonathan Rees, 54, and his brothers-in-law Garry Vian, 50, and Glenn Vian, 52 - were released. Two other defendants - James Cook, who was accused of murder, and former Detective Sergeant Sid Fillery, charged with perverting justice - had been discharged earlier after supergrass witnesses were discredited.

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    city of london police City of London Police are investigating an alleged paedophile ring that is believed to have infiltrated Croydon High School for Girls and that has been linked to a prominent law firm in the City of London.

    Lovells, winner of the Los Angeles Business Journal and the Euromoney European Women in Business Law Awards 2011, has been named along with the prestigious Croydon High School for Girls in connection with the arrest of a man 5 weeks ago. Detective Constable 421 Sophina Hussain of Bishopsgate Police Station is leading the investigation. The arrested man, who has not been charged, is believed also to have implicated a 57 year old Reigate woman in connection with the distribution of child pornography. It is believed this investigation is also linked to an alleged attempt to hire a hit man in 2008, which made national headlines.

    The man claims to have brought these allegations to the attention of Surrey Police in December 2008 but says he was "warned off" after a police officer was implicated. An officer from Caterham CID threatened to frame him for the distribution of Class A drugs if he opened his mouth, he said. It is not known at this stage if any computers will be seized either from Lovells or from Croydon High School in connection with this investigation, which appears to have stalled while City of London Police consider the best way to silence the man they arrested but others are already beginning to wish they hadn't. Please don't contact DC Hussain or DC Fisk at Bishopsgate because they will refuse to comment.

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  • ACPO (MASONIC STASI) AUTHORIZED COP SPIES TO LIE IN COURT
    Jim Boyling THE BRITISH POLICE AND THEIR MASONIC BOSSES AT ACPO ARE TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL. MURDERING AND LYING THEIR WAY WHILE PROTECTING A VILE ROYALIST REGIME THAT AVOIDS ANY FORM OF REGULATION. AS WE PERSONALLY KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE COPS ARE LYING DAILY IN COURT RIGHT ACROSS THE UK MEANTIME AIDING AND ABETTING THE VAST THEFT OF LAND AND PROPERTY BY THEIR PALS IN THE LEGAL MAFIA.

    Senior police chiefs authorised undercover police officers to give false evidence in court to protect their cover as environmental protesters, it was claimed last night.

    The claims led to Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary delaying a report into undercover police tactics at the last minute. It had been due to be published today and was thought to be critical of the police. Lawyers for a convicted protester claim a Metropolitan Police officer called Jim Boyling, posing as an activist, was prosecuted alongside their client and lied under oath to conceal his true identity.

    Solicitors from the law firm Bindmans claim Boyling pretended to be Jim Sutton between 1995 and 2000 and joined the non-violent organisation Reclaim the Streets, the Guardian newspaper reported. As part of his role, Bindmans claim, he was prosecuted at Horseferry Road magistrates court in London in 1997 for disorderly behaviour in a three-day trial. He maintained his fiction during the entire prosecution, they allege, giving a false name and occupation and lying under oath.

    Bindmans are appealing on behalf of John Jordan, an activist who was convicted of assaulting a police officer and given a one-year conditional discharge. They claim Boyling would potentially have been able to use his knowledge of the activists’ defence to boost the prosecution’s case. It has previously been claimed that Boyling married an activist he met while undercover in the environmental protest movement, and that he went on to have children with her.

    Peter Black, another police officer who worked in the same undercover unit as Boyling, said the case was not unique. Black said occasional prosecutions for regular involvement in public disorder were allowed to go ahead because it helped to build their credibility with activists. A spokesman for the Met Police said the force was already reviewing issues regarding the deployment of undercover officers.

    He added: “The Metropolitan Police Service acknowledges that these are serious matters and is continuing to review the situation, and will take account of any additional information that becomes available.” A spokeswoman for HMIC said their report had been delayed to “consider the relevance” of the new claims. She added: “We will be writing to The Guardian and Newsnight [which also ran the story] to invite them to provide any additional information they may have.”

    Three different inquiries have been launched following the controversy surrounding Mark Kennedy, a Metropolitan police officer who spent seven years working undercover before turning against his seniors. Some of the HMIC materiel expected to be published on Thursday was to have examined his role and those of his controllers.

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    bernard hogan howe Online Exclusive: Editor’s blog - Fuck you, Bernard

    The Metropolitan Police Force’s replacement for the disgraced Sir Paul Stephenson, Bernard Hogan Howe, nailed his colours to the mast as soon as his appointment was announced, stating he wanted criminals to fear the police again. The perversity of this statement has been laid bare today with the news that the Metropolitan Police, which not only ignored the (literally) bagloads of evidence of phone hacking presented to it, but were actually culpable in fomenting the culture that allowed it to flourish, has now targeted the journalists of the Guardian who exposed the true extent of the horror and succeeded in informing the public of the scale of the dirt under the fingernails of the tabloid culture.

    The police have sought a court order in England under the Official Secrets Act to force the disclosure of the paper’confidential sources in the phone-hacking scandal. The application has been made, without any hint of irony, by Scotland Yard's professional standards unit. The symbolism of this act and the very real practical effects should not be underestimated. Hogan Howe’s predecessor was obliged to step down as the extent of the Metropolitan Police force’s collusion with the tentacles of the Murdoch media empire were revealed, in no small part due to the persistence and determination of the Guardian itself, and Tom Watson MP, whose investigation extended into Scotland’s Strathclyde Police.

    This afternoon, Watson said: "It is an outrageous abuse and completely unacceptable that, having failed to investigate serious wrongdoing at the News of the World for more than a decade, the police should now be trying to move against the Guardian. It was the Guardian who first exposed this scandal." In doing so, the Police have sent out a powerful signal to all in the press, in the public and in Parliament that they will not tolerate being held accountable for their actions, inactions and their own possible criminality. By seeking to tarnish journalists whose work that has served the public interest should see them honoured rather than criminalised, the Police have made their priorities plain. This move represents a cheap and dirty attempt to distract the attention of the public from the transparent shortcomings of a police force that is already on the cusp of losing the confidence of the public it claims to serve. It should not be forgotten that the Police, in operational matters, are accountable to no one, and the brutal tactics of the street on innocents evidenced by kettling and the slaughters of Jean Charles de Menezes, Iain Tomlinson and Mark Duggan is being replicated in their office based policing, as the Guardian can now attest. In Scotland, they are not accountable to our Parliament, which is something to bear in mind as a single force is considered. How much power would that Chief Constable have in reality?

    “There can be more integrity from criminals than the police, because criminals are not hiding what they are,” The Firm quoted one former Strathclyde Police Officer in 2009. “The police hide behind the uniform, and paint themselves to be whiter than white and above the law. There are a lot of double standards. There are some good guys, but unfortunately in my experience it is a minority. “If no one is going to speak out, and if no one is going to acknowledge there is a problem, there will never be a change. It is a culture within the organisation.” And she would know. She was a police officer for 14 years.

    “The first thing they do if you go against them is that they investigate you,” she told us. “It becomes bigger than the individual. They want to protect the organisation.” I wrote then that if the police culture has become larger than the ideals that initially inspired its creation, and become an organisation with its own personality that beats the decent qualities out of those who do not conform, surely it is failing in its most basic purpose, which is to serve us, on our behalf and with our consent. In the few hours since this news was announced, social media has caught fire with disgust at this latest act of the Metropolitan Police, with influential MPs such as Louise Mensch questioning the integrity of the move. “This is not right”, she tweeted this afternoon.

    It is not right. It is abhorrent, offensive and utterly misplaced. It must be resisted, and the actions against the Guardian dropped. Bernard Hogan Howe must assert his authority and provide the public with the assurance that the police are watching the criminals, not those who report on them. If he cannot or will not do that, he should simply resign. The Firm stands in defiance of this action. I stand in defiance, and do so publicly, without fear of saying what must be said.

    Fuck you, Bernard. Go catch a criminal.
    Steven Raeburn

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  • ADVICE FROM AN EX-COP TO NEW MASON CHIEF OF THE VILE MET
    bernard hogan howe CORRUPT MASONIC COPS WILL FOREVER TAINT THE UK BUT ESPECIALLY THE THUGS EMBEDDED IN THE LONDON METROPOLITAN POLICE WHO ARE SOME OF THE MOST VILE SCUM ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.ONLY A MASS CULL WILL RESTORE CONFIDENCE TO A LONG SUFFERING PUBLIC WHO NO LONGER TRUST BRITISH POLICING THANKS TO THE VAST CORRUPTION AND MURDER THEY GET AWAY WITH PROTECTED BY FREEMASONS RIGHT AT THE VERY TOP OF THEIR HIERARCHY .

    Perhaps the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe could give some clear- cut advice to his staff on the subject of police officers becoming freemasons. One of his predecessors, Sir Kenneth Newman, during the 1980s advised serving officers not to become masons because "the police officer's special dilemma is the conflict between his service declaration of impartiality and the sworn obligation to keep the secrets of Freemasonry". As far as I know none of his successors to date has openly challenged the logic of this statement, but according to national press reports serving officers have continued to join masonic lodges and have even set up some new lodges. Some high-level guidance is surely now needed on this important subject.

    John Kenny, (Metropolitan Police Officer, 1965-1995), Acle, Norfolk

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    WHEN FREEMASONS EMBEDDED IN THE CORRUPT AND MURDEROUS MET POLICE IN LONDON HELP THEIR LODGE BUDDIES THIS IS THE EXTREME'S OF ABUSE MANY MEN FACE IN DIVORCE. WHILE THEY SEIZE YOUR ASSETS AND CHILDREN AND MAKE YOU HOMELESS AND PENNILESS THROUGH DODGY COURT ORDERS ISSUED BY FREEMASON JUDGES THIS IS WHY MASONRY HAS TO BE BROUGHT TO A HALT ASAP TO STOP THEIR EVIL ABUSES OF THOSE THEY TARGET AND DESTROY WHILE FLEECING THEM OF THEIR WHOLE LIFE. IAN PUDDICK IS ONLY ONE OF MANY MILLIONS OF MEN FACING THE SAME ACROSS THE GLOBE.
    MASONIC MURDERING ACPO REFUSE TO REVIEW WITHDRAWAL OF TASERS AFTER DEATHS
    MASONIC RUN ACPO (THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS) ALLOWING MURDER BY STEALTH VIA TASERS. THEY ARE THE BIGGEST TERRORISTS OF ALL.

    Taser and pepper spray review ruled out by police.

    The Association of Chief Police Officers says it will not review Tasers or pepper spray use at this stage despite three deaths in eight days. Acpo, which represents police chiefs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, said it would wait until investigations and inquests had been completed. The three deaths occurred after arrests in Bolton, Cheshire and Cumbria during which Tasers or spray were used. The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating. On Tuesday, a 53-year-old man, named locally as Philip Hulmes, died after he was tasered by police at his home in Bolton. When officers broke in they were threatened by Mr Hulmes, who had stab wounds to his stomach, a spokesman said. He was taken to hospital but died shortly afterwards. The case was referred to the IPCC, the police watchdog.

    The incident in Bolton came as an inquiry was launched by the IPCC into the death of Jacob Michael, 25, who had been restrained using pepper spray in Widnes. The IPCC is also probing how bodybuilder Dale Burns, 27, died after being tasered several times at his flat in Cumbria last week. Another officer used pepper spray during the arrest.

    'Disturbing trend'

    Campaigners have warned of a "disturbing trend" over fatalities from police confrontations.

    Campaign group Inquest said there had already been five deaths in circumstances that involved police use of force excluding firearms this year - compared with four throughout 2010. "The shocking reports about three tragic deaths in eight days following the use of force by police highlights Inquest's growing concern about deaths following contact with the police," said Helen Shaw, a spokeswoman for the organisation. She said the police did not seem to have learnt the lessons from previous deaths.

    "Whilst we await the outcome of the inquests and investigations into these recent deaths, it is imperative that the police are reminded that they cannot act with impunity," she added. Acpo in Scotland said it had no plans to review the use of Tasers or pepper spray.

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  • UK'S FREEMASON COPS TRY TO PROTECT THEIR ARSES AFTER RIOTS
    ARE THE COMPLIANT COMPLICIT MEDIA GETTING TO THE CRUX OF THE REVOLTS IN THE UK?

    Freemasons in the police leading the attack on David Cameron's riot response. Leading police officers have set up a national Masonic lodge where they can meet in secret in defiance of fears about the influence of the secret society on the criminal justice system.

    The founding members include senior officials from the Police Federation, the police staff association, which is currently fighting the Government over its plans to cut budgets. The new Masonic lodge is led by John Tully, a Metropolitan Police officer, who has given numerous interviews in recent days accusing the Prime Minister of "fighting violence, arson and looting on our city streets with sound-bites".

    Other founder members include officers from the Metropolitan Police, Essex Police, Thames Valley Police and from other forces including Northumbria, Dyfed Powys, South Wales, South Yorkshire and even a high ranking officer from the Royal Gibraltar Police. The "Sine Favore" Lodge was opened despite the conclusions of a Parliamentary inquiry which warned of public fears that "Freemasonry can have an unhealthy influence on the criminal justice system". The inquiry followed questions about masonic involvement in the abandonment of an investigation into a shoot-to-kill policy in Northern Ireland and with the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad, which was disbanded after evidence of police malpractice.

    john tully LEFT: The new Masonic lodge is led by John Tully, a Metropolitan Police officer

    Membership is open to all serving and retired officers across Britain and others working alongside the police, including lawyers, criminologists and even the financial advisers who manage officers' retirement plans. The idea for the new police Masonic lodge grew out of a series unofficial get-togethers in hotel bars during Police Federation annual conferences. Masonic rules require members to do all they can to support each other, to look after each other and to keep each others' lawful secrets.

    New members of the so-called Brotherhood are blindfolded, a hangman's noose placed around their necks and they are warned their throat will be slit and their tongue torn out if they break their oath. Critics argue this could put them at odds with discharging their duty to serve the public. The inquiry by the Home Affairs Select Committee in 1998 called for a public register of police officers who joined the Freemasons, although in the end the then Labour government proposed that officers could make voluntary disclosures about their membership. Few did. The new "Sine Favore" lodge, is named after the Latin motto of the Police Federation, "Without Fear, Without Favour". The founders include Police Federation Treasurer Martyn Mordecai, John Giblin, chairman of the Federation's Sergeants Central Committee, and Steve Williams, general secretary of the Federation's Inspectors Central Committee.

    Earlier this year Mr Giblin told the Federation's annual conference that government ministers "hate the police service" and wanted to "destroy" it. Other founding members include solicitor Tristan Hallam, a personal injury lawyer who specialises, according to his firm Russell Jones and Walker, in "road traffic accidents and public liability cases for both private clients and associations including the Police Federation".

    Mr Hallam said: "Membership of any organisation is a personal choice. Russell Jones & Walker are aware of my membership." Stewart Imbimbo, an ex-Thames Valley police officer and now a senior official at Milton Keynes council, Robert Taylor, a financial adviser, Eric Misselke, director of a police credit union which provides cheap loans, savings accounts and insurance, and the Metropolitan Police's resident criminologist Dr Attilio Grandani. Dr Grandani sits on the Metropolitan Police Authority's equality and diversity sub-committee and is behind the Met's new controversial statistical-led policing model, which aims to combat areas of high crime as opposed to more thinly spread bobbies-on-the-beat territorial policing.

    Lodge number 9856 was officially opened by a senior Masonic official, Russell Race. He is the Metropolitan Grand Master, head of the Grand Lodge of London, a corporate financier and chairman of a construction firm behind the huge Westfield shopping centre in west London and The Pinnacle office development, which, when complete, will be the tallest building in the City of London. The lodge is based at 10 Duke Street in central London, which is also the headquarters of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree, one of the most important and mysterious bodies in international Masonic circles, which has an elite membership of only 75 people. The building, known as Grand East by Masons, contains the "Black Room", the "Red Room" and a "Chamber of Death", used for Masonic rituals.

    The Police Federation last night refused to discuss whether any of its officials had disclosed their involvement with Freemasonry. A spokesman said: "Being a member of any organisation is a matter for the individual, so long as membership of that organisation does not compromise their duties and responsibilities as a police officer." Lodge Secretary Mr Tully, vice chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation refused to comment.

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    Candidate for top Scotland Yard job wears fake uniform with ‘made-up’ plastic badge

    A police leader who has applied to become Scotland Yard’s next Commissioner has been accused of inventing his own uniform. Sir Hugh Orde, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, has appeared regularly on television screens in his full regalia talking about the recent rioting and challenging David Cameron on his plans to tackle problem gangs in Britain. But now it can be revealed that Sir Hugh, who stepped down as Chief Constable of Northern.

    Ireland two years ago, is wearing a dark blue uniform specially made for him by the Metropolitan Police’s in-house tailors. Bizarrely, the 53-year-old has designed his own cap, too – with a plastic ACPO badge stuck on the front in place of the traditional crest of an individual police force because he does not belong to one. Sir Hugh has also been sporting a label saying ‘ACPO President Hugh Orde’ clipped to the top left pocket of his white police shirt during TV appearances.

    A source said that the intro¬duction of the ACPO badge and the shirt name label was Sir Hugh’s own idea. Senior police officers have told The Mail on Sunday that the uniform Sir Hugh wears does not actually belong to any police force in the country, although it closely resembles that of former Met Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson, who resigned in the wake of the phone-hacking affair. Nor is it a uniform issued by ACPO, which is a private company funded with £10 million of taxpayers’ money. Normally, presidents of the association wear the uniform of the force to which they belong or have recently left in order to join the policing body.

    Brian Paddick, a former Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner, said he found it ‘odd’ that Sir Hugh had been seen so regularly in uniform over the past fortnight at Press conferences and after meetings of COBRA, the Government’s emergency committee. He said: ‘He is sending a clear signal: How would I look in the Met Commissioner’s uniform?’

    A police source, who asked not to be named, said: ‘The sight of Sir Hugh on TV wearing the made-up uniform has bewildered and puzzled other senior officers. ‘This uniform does not belong to any police force. It has no constitutional or legal basis, especially the hat he wears. ‘Instead of the traditional crest, he’s put an ACPO badge on it. It looks made-up, like a traffic warden’s uniform.

    ‘If anything, Hugh should be wearing the uniform of the Police Service of Northern Ireland because that’s where he served. ‘But their uniform is green, not the dark blue he currently wears. If I remember correctly, when Hugh first became ACPO chief, he used to wear the PSNI green uniform, but has ditched it recently.’ Sir Hugh is one of four candidates who have applied for the top job at the Met. The others are Tim Godwin, the acting Met Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe, the acting deputy, and Stephen House, Chief Constable of Strathclyde.

    ACPO, which sets policy for police forces in England and Wales, has been accused in the past of profiteering from its commercial services. Its ventures include selling information from the Police National Computer for up to £70 a time, even though it costs ACPO just 60p to obtain the data. ACPO said Sir Hugh wore a ‘generic’ police uniform to which he had a right by law.

    ‘The president of ACPO wears the uniform of a Chief Constable because they hold that rank in law,’ said a spokesman. Sir Hugh was unavailable for comment last night.

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