Photos of the corpse, rape, murder – the British consider the police to be untrustworthy
Photographs of bodies distributed after the assassination of Sarah Everett and by two London authorities, the British are losing faith in the police. After all, sex and racism are lamentable. Police Chief Cressida Dick has come under fire.
V.More powerful and killer instead of friend and helper? Confidence in the UK police is low and the crisis is not over. The focus is on the London Metropolitan Police, the country’s largest police force.
Scotland Yard, with a reputation like Tonerhall, was dramatically affected by the film as its executives were considered heroes and celebrated in the literature. There are many cases that have rocked the whole country, all of which involve women victims.
The main trigger was the assassination of Sarah Evard. In March, the 33-year-old went missing in south London without a trace, and his body was found a week later. The perpetrator: A police officer from Matter kidnapped, raped and murdered a young woman under investigation. One person, currently under investigation, worked in the same department – he allegedly sexually abused several women.
The verdict against the two MED officers, who have already been fired after internal proceedings, will now be announced on Monday. They were assigned to screen the site of the Satanic double murder of two sisters – and using their position to take the bodies and selfies of the dead on their cell phones and share them in chat groups.
“Dead birds,” they wrote, among others. “Your actions are shameful,” Assistant Commissioner Helen Paul, a third-in-command of the Met Police Department, criticized the two officers.
But despite internal investigations: The mother of the murdered sisters is outraged and handles London Police Chief Cressida Dick. Dick’s apology did not come from the heart and was not professional, criticizes Mina Smallman. “It’s time for her to go.” This is not the first time that Dick, the first woman in that office and the first openly gay, has been set on fire.
After all, people have no faith in the police in the capital
But the Bobby crisis, the nickname of the British authorities, extends beyond London. “This undermines public confidence,” the Guardian newspaper recently quoted government sources as saying. “Med shines across the country.” A senior police official told the newspaper: “Confidence has been declining for 18 months.”
Studies support this assessment. In early October, for the first time since the poll began in June 2019, a referendum agency called Yukov found that more and more Britons did not trust the police. But the trigger is here too Med: Only a third of those questioned trusted the police in the capital.
It is clear to critics that police chief Dick did not manage to reform his authority. Meet There are repeated allegations of female hatred, homosexuality and racism. In the last eleven years, more than 750 Med police personnel have been charged with sexual abuse.
Dozens were laid off. The culture is said to have deteriorated. Protests were violently broken when hundreds of people protested against violence against women after the assassination of Sarah Everett. Dick supported the act.
In addition, the detection rates for rape are very low and the number of knife attacks is at record levels. But so far Dick has been enjoying cross-party support. London’s Labor Mayor Sadiq Khan and Conservative Home Secretary Priti Patel have both backed Dick after harsh criticism. His contract was only extended this year.
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