Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Crash bang wallop -

This week I have mostly been looking at the
(Fail to attend on police bail ) I have outstanding.

These are a direct result of those who I have bailed from police custody to return at a later date and submit back into custody, who for some reason or another have taken it upon them selves not to bother.

Well the week started off with me doing intelligence checks on all those who I have bailed and possible address and various police checks , followed by arrest packs and risk assements for each arrest inquiry I was about to under take.

All in all there were a total of 5 arrest enquires to undertake.

Having done all the necessary paperwork and made sure I rounded up the "posse" to do the deed, I have spent most of this week knocking on doors at early hours getting every single one of my FTA's soundly asleep in bed .

Yes It did feel good and seeing the faces on those who have FTA for charging who are then sent to court that day realize that I was true to my word when I bailed them and said "If you don't come back I will find you and drag you in myself."

Next week I will be moving on to a major FTA court warrant list and be dragging those who thought the courts would forget all about there "appointments"

Remember kids, if you have a date with the old bill - turn up.
Or you will find us on your doorstep when you least expect it.


MuppetLord said...

Don't you mean coming through your door?

thinblueline said...

only if you dont answer our very soft knocking :)

Gordonjcp said...

Saw them use one of those on a neighbour's door, after he'd passed out following a drug-induced psychotic episode.
The tiniest policewoman imaginable struggled out of the van with this great metal thing, while her not-much-bigger male colleague watched.

"Do you want a hand with that?" I offered.
"No thanks, I'm fine"
She glared at me "I said I can manage"
Ten minutes of banging and shouting she comes back down with it.
"Did you get in?"
"No" she says, "there's a steel grid over the door."
"You want me to open it for you?" I asked, lifting a 10" Stihl saw out the back of the car (I was cutting girders to make a jig in my workshop earlier that day).
"Fsck me! What are you going to do with that?!"
"Uhm, open the door?"
"Nah, you're alright there. The firebrigade are coming. Wish you'd said ten minutes ago though."

The look on her face, though...

thinblueline said...


My customer today decided it would be best if he exited through a 2nd floor window... it was not open....
it sure did open his arms up tho..

Its nice to have LAS on standby just in case people do stupid things... 4 hours in A&E getting 130 + stichs in his forearms I took him to court..

The stipendry sent him down for 4 months. HA !

Anonymous said...

I'm sure someone told me that when they bashed the door down and 5 officers ran in they heard a whining sound. No one could figure out what it was until somone lifted the door up. A dog was layed on its back spread eagled looking at the ceiling..poor mut.

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