Friday, February 25, 2005

Crime scene Cont ...

Where was I? Oh yes crime scenes and police cordons.

So like yea with the nice trendy blue plastic tape that comes in the handy huge box option with the optional red version for that extra impact, police cordons and crime scenes are put in place in order to control an area for a variety of reasons but primarily to preserve the scene for forensic, legal reasons and to protect life and limb.

That doesn’t mean you can ignore it and traipse your fat size 11 shoes and push that stupid buggy full of white lightning cider under the tape because you are too fat and lazy to walk around it.

To start with the simple point that your bull headed nature runs the risk of obliterating vital evidence or making its integrity in court questionable resulting in some person not been brought to justice for there criminality, or you risk your swanky ass getting cold dead which is a right royal kafuffle involving reams of paper work for the old bill.

The police in the United Kingdom police by consent. That means we can only do our work with the consent of the community. Give a thought to the family’s and people who are affected by a serious crime and a loved one is injured or dead.

They wish that the persons responsible are brought to justice just like you would if the situation was reversed. So think for a second before you get silly and try to barge your way through, because I can tell you with certainty obstruction of a police officer in the lawful execution of there duty will mean a trip to see the custody officer who has a few forms for you to fill in and you might get a bed at the inn.

Online reference for police legal powers

OFFENCE – Obstruct Police – POLICE ACT 1996 S 89
Triable summarily.
One month’s imprisonment and / or a fine.


Grammer Police said...

Your - belonging to you
You're - You are

Which of these is correct?

because your to fat and lazy

because you're too fat and lazy

Your nicked son

You're nicked son

thinblueline said...

Thanks, 12 hour shifts do cause minor lapses.
Now it is back to sticking to registered user’s only comments

hulver said...

You've forced me a create a blogger account now.

thinblueline said...

Excellent :)

Anonymous said...

Managing the crime scene is a pain in the arse... Trying to stand and look authorative and record names of all people going in and out of a scene makes you look like you are a glorified porter.... Excuse me Mr. Superintendant what is you name and warrant number for the log?

Investigations - 183 | Crimes Solved- 85 | No Crime - 47
% Detection rate - 46.4 % (Counting year April 08 )

Investigations - 129 | Crimes Solved- 53 | No Crime - 36
% Detection rate - 49.3 % (Counting year April 07 )