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Tuesday 14 May 2019 5.27pm
scooter wrote:
Jules62 wrote:

I'm not sure what point your trying to make.
We all know there are bad apples and they are rooted out.
Look at health care and the terrible things individual nurses or doctors have done but we don't blame every nurse or doctor for it.

The point I'm trying to make, is that there is no such thing as any category of workers made up of selfless angels, and the Police is a prime example of this.

One of the main problems, is that of good cops not reporting the bad apples and thus becoming accomplices after the fact even if they disapprove of what happened.

If a constable witnesses a colleague breaking the law, they should perform an arrest on the spot, cuff the suspect, and take him into custody.

Unfortunately this is extremely rare to say the least...
Wednesday 15 May 2019 6.16pm
Jules62 wrote:
scooter wrote:
Jules62 wrote:

I'm not sure what point your trying to make.
We all know there are bad apples and they are rooted out.
Look at health care and the terrible things individual nurses or doctors have done but we don't blame every nurse or doctor for it.

The point I'm trying to make, is that there is no such thing as any category of workers made up of selfless angels, and the Police is a prime example of this.

One of the main problems, is that of good cops not reporting the bad apples and thus becoming accomplices after the fact even if they disapprove of what happened.

If a constable witnesses a colleague breaking the law, they should perform an arrest on the spot, cuff the suspect, and take him into custody.

Unfortunately this is extremely rare to say the least...

Ambulance personnel are also known to sometimes disappoint...

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/may/15/g4s-ambulance-staff-left-message-saying-they-could-beat-up-patient
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