Sunday, July 8, 2007

Labour's State Police

So busy are police headquarters (I mean The Office of The Commissioner) fending off Investigate Magazine and the PCA enquiries into Mr Broad and his mates in Dunedin that they forgot to sort out the small matter of the 111 emergency phone system. Read this story and worry.

The real sting is in the tail. The company which contracts to run the service (Telecom) was not contacted by police for two days. These blokes make Inspector Clouseau look like a genius.

We are reaping the results of a politicised police force where gathering revenue and looking after the interests of politicians take precedence over protecting citizens.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What do you expect?
The police are only made up of people like us!
Yeah ordinary Kiwis.
The same ones who voted The Labour party into power three times.

The same people who by a margin of 80% said they didn't want the anti smacking bill and then rolled over when the pollies ignored them.

So please don't moan at the poor old NZ Police.
They are representative of ourselves as are our politicians.
Liars and hypocrites too.