Of course! The women folk have long whined for equality, let them have it. Not that I am aware of any female friends or acquaintances with a penchant for "auditing" government establishments, but I know at least one who claims to "have a thing" for men in uniform. My overalls didn't cut it however....
I am sure any normal heterosexual male copper (there must be some left?) wouldn't take umbrage should she approach him nicely to ask for a photo, she's damned attractive and flirtatious.
In a democratic society is does.
Posters advocating police violence in this thread
Would you draw the line at beating a confession out of someone?
A confession is borderline, but no hard line drawn at all for certain convicted crimes, for example a jury conviction of murder of a child with the perpetrator's refusal to say where he or she has hidden the body, I would happily do the violent bit Or a terrorist with knowledge of further or ongoing atrocities. Lots of examples where a good beating for further evidence would be acceptable to me. Next...
Good good. I’m getting a bit tired actually, and just can’t be bothered in all honesty. Truth be told you just come across as young and naive.
I’ve worked hard, and live in a nice area and have nice things. So in my opinion, when I see on TV all these gobby **** that want take or damage things I’ve worked hard for, because they think the world owes them a favour, because they think they’re special or above the law, I absolutely endorse the police having more power.
This auditing thing is simply childish and pathetic and in my mind, serves no useful purpose. Just another example of some muppet putting a drain on society. A society like a lot on here, I contribute a lot for in my monthly salary.
So, get a grip, dismount from your high horse and stop posting nonsense.
Fraid to say I think you sound more naive than you think. You fall to easily into the I've tried hard and had a decent life so I must yard stick to judge everyone else on.
What actually happens in real life is that a lot of these mouthy kids you talk about had parents who worked hard but they didn't have jobs that allowed them to be living a well off area like you. Some people have to be cleaners you know.
If anything you sound a bit judgemental. Sadly society doesn't do enough to help people out who have to work their arses of doing the jobs that none of us want to do (carers, cleaners, mums, etc) that don't pay big Bucks. Covid showed just how badly we treat service workers that are vital but low skilled.
Often people in these situations have trouble working and looking after kids and paying growing prices that don't match wages, and this leads to a lack of discipline and stress, especially from single parent households. Poor people don't make bad kids on purpose, the bad kids are a side effect of governments unwilling to help those who need it most, because were to easy to judge them as bad people, exactly like your doing. In some ways the dregs of society are owed a favour. Might make them less likely to be those people you hate.
Your assuming, even though you may not be doing it on purpose that because your alright, everyone else should be, without realising there are large amounts of reasons that life isn't all rosey for everyone.
Every layers of society is built on the backs of the ones below them. Your even worse if your judging people like that after having managed to escape such a life, if not then like I said, your just naive of what happens to those around you.
Some good news for once. Court of Appeal just ruled 'Non-Crime Hate Crime' incidents being kept on Police databases are an unlawful interference in freedom of expression.
I'm not sure we've seen the end of "Non-Crime Hate Crime".The judge held that perception-based recording of non-crime incidents is not ‘per se unlawful’, but said that ‘some additional safeguards should be put in place so that the incursion into freedom of expression is no more than is strictly necessary’.