Duty and the law

My two favourite programs at present are ‘Law and Order – UK’ and ‘Line of Duty‘. The latter I am watching the back-series on BBC i-Player.

Series three of ‘Line of Duty’ showed this very concerning situation, wherby a thoroughly corrupt police officer rose up into the ranks of the police standards investigation branch of the police service and managed to manipulate, falsify and distort evidence, so that good officers gotten blamed for murders he himself committed but framed other officers for it.

The swine was so well organised that he was in charge of a row of burner phones, had a member of the armed police branch standing by to shoot a salvo from his machine gun into the room full of officers to aide his escape.

Apparently his own actions weren’t scrutinized, he gotten himself this halo of ‘always good, always untouchable’.

Beware of psychopaths who always appear charming, well-dressed, and know what we want to hear.

The rules for serving officers and some volunteers even are simple. You are not allowed to accept individual gifts, you are allowed to accept small gifts, which are generally given to a group of people. E.g. when you get those promotional gift bags or free sandwiches at functions.

 

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