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 Well, well one of the dark forces coming out in the open on a LIVE webcast.....Some one could ask this man pretty uncomfortable questions if able to get through.....He is probably expecting "What can you do about loud noise from my upstairs neighbours house" type questions. It would be nice to see him SQUIRM with a few questions a tad more substantial and probing....Yes! Go on-line to this web-cast when it takes place and PROBE the bugger.....watch him SQUIRM! Bilko

ONE of Scotland's leading policemen is to be questioned by the public live over the internet.

Paddy Tomkins of Lothian and Borders Police will be the first chief constable to take part in a web chat.

Later this month, computer users will be able to watch him answer their questions from his office in the force's Edinburgh HQ.

Senior officers with specialist knowledge will be present to give expert answers.

Tomkins said: "With the expansion of technology and the web, it seems only sensible to embrace the advances of the 21st century and offer the community the chance to talk to me online, in real time.

"Traditionally, the public get the chance to meet and question police officers at events such as community meetings or open days.


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the top cop is to get a grilling by the internet but what questions will he answer,my veiws are someone will pick the easy questions like so the coppers look good and our questions on corruption would be put to one side and ignored.this will just be propeganda for the cops simple as that.

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This is true, thats why when you are being listed as to what your question would be... you tell them...."I'm wondering if they are ever going to put a lollipop man on such and such a busy road" Or some such nonsense that is in his answer specrum......then once you are live....If chosen....You take the man unawares and probe away...He either fobs you off or your connection gets broken or he replies and gets flustered doing so, either way your point has been made....should he choose either option. Bilko
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This is true, that's why when you are being listed as to what your question would be... you tell them...."I'm wondering if they are ever going to put a lollipop man on such and such a busy road" Or some such nonsense that is in his answer specrum......then once you are live....If chosen....You take the man unawares and probe away...He either fobs you off or your connection gets broken or he replies and gets flustered doing so, either way your point has been made....should he choose either option. Bilko

 

Bilko i think these fucks will get wise to that and have some sort of delay to cambat people asking the necessary questions i hope im wrong and do you know how i could put a question to the man even though i doubt it will get put to him

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I have no idea when the actual webcast is Galso, it says 'end of this month'. Other than that? You could well be right about the 'delay'......a safety net for the boys in blue!! Bilko
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Hi Bilko...  thanks for the post regarding the 'Top Cop to get Internet Grilling'...  couldn't help but notice in your original post that "senior officers will be present to give expert answers".  In other words, senior officers will be present to make sure that he gives the answers THEY want him to, and make sure that he doesn't deviate onto anything he shouldn't.  And internet grilling?  My arse...  Put the top cop on here and then he'll know what an internet grilling really is!!!! 


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Yes Admin, one did have to raise an eyebrow at the 'top cops will be on hand' part....I mean one guy isnt enough to answer a few questions from joe public....talk about waste of resources. Bilko
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Exactly Bilko... check out my new post entitled 'Police Lie Detector'...  am sure you will have something to say in response to that!


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i was reading today in the paper that strathclyde police speed patrols where parked on double yellow lines,a spokesman said that police and council are exempt are are allowed to park on the yellow lines if they are conducting there work,i know a man who works for the council here in dundee who was fined £30 for parking his council motor on double yellow lines and going about his work duties, he had to pay it off his own wages,there must be different laws for different cities,eh spokesman,and also the dodgy council said that he shouldnt have parked on double yellow lines,who do we believe,there just bullies
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Hi Frankie...thanks for your post. You've made a good point about there being different laws/rules for different sections of society.  The police are a law unto themselves, which ultimately gives them the power to bully others as and when they feel like it.  The issue of the forever changing laws in society, and applying them to different sections in society, is an issue which goes way back in time.  Let's hope the criminologists of the future find ways in which to challenge and ultimately, reform, the system and it's 'laws'. 


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I bet within the next few years when all the POLICE who have engaged in some forms of criminality have retired into a nice wee job looking after the Licensee's overseas interests and the lawyers can hang up their gowns then the prosecution teams and judges even the politician or two take off their wigs the shit will hit the fan and theses people will have made sure there is not a trace of evidence to incriminate them we will have some puppet sent out from the Executive to  perform a PR stunt and say something like '9 years is a long time ago and we feel that no new inquiry will shed any further light on the matter....'

 

This is what is called an exit strategy or a parachute to you and I to make sure the distance between them and ANY criminal wrongdoing will be as vast as the Grand Canyon so in other words hit them now before they stall for more time and use the lie detector since they use the Speed detector on us and any decent cop would not be frightened to take a lie detector test as their integrity and honesty is at stake along with the eyeopening exercise this site gives its members and surfers alike!

 

Well done all at ferrisconspiracy.com go get them!

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Excellent point REAL1... they use speed cameras to watch us all the time (b**tards), so why should they be so against using lie detectors?  And I agree with you REAL1, it would (in most cases) destroy their honesty and integrity, and then they'd be oot ra door - or assigned a desk job until it had all blown over...

 


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TOP COP'S WEB FEAT!!! 

 

Chief Constable Paddy Tomkins, one of Scotland's top policemen was grilled on drug dealers and ASBO'S during a web chat yesterday.  Paddy Tomkins of Lothian & Borders Police, is the first Chief Constable to take part in a live Internet forum. 

 

He said he was delighted with the response after almost 50 questions were asked.

 

The Moderator has asked Admin if members of this forum would like the Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police to do the same?

 

P.S.  It would have been really helpful if the web address was made available rather than the PR Stunt, as not everyone knows how to use a PC...


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The guy put his face in front of a camera so what? and 50 questions any idea what they were? did it prove anything other than a PR stunt? Aye to be fair I think it did as he was offering to do it and from the view I have of the POLICE more should follow his example so when is it SRTATHCLYDE'S turn then?

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Hi REAL1... thanks for your post.  I agree with you that it was more of a PR stunt than to produce anything constructive, but at least he had the bottle to do it - whether it was staged or not.  As for when it's Strathclyde's turn, why don't we all get a petition going? 


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