Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Leaked doc exposes police commissioner's lies on criminals in the force




The administration's normal modus operandi is to deceive the general public into believing that everything is okay and under control where the actions of the people in government are honourable, due process of law is followed, and a 'justice' system that serves remedies to victims.

One aspect that the herd population may not be aware of is that the country's police force is not accountable to the serfs, as they are there to enforce the law / policies onto the population of the colony.

New South Wales Police Commissioner, Andrew Schipione, falsely stated that police officers only have been ;

"convicted of a low range PCA (prescribed concentration of alcohol or drink driving) or similar offence".

A leaked document shows clearly this was not the case, as falsely stated by Mr. Andrew Schipione.

Documents show that more serious convictions include fraud, false pretences, dishonestly obtaining financial advantage, apprehended domestic violence, and dangerous driving causing death.


The total number of convictions recorded against 437 officers are 595, which equates to one in 40 NSW police officers having a criminal record.


The names of the convicted officers remain confidential but there are 14 inspectors, five senior sergeants, 80 sergeants, 236 senior constables, 69 constables, 20 probationary constables and 13 students.


Instead of  the "majority" recording low-range PCA convictions, as falsely stated by the police Commissioner, the documents show that 58 officers were convicted for high-range drink driving, and 144 were convicted for mid-range drink driving.

The GIPA (Government Information Public Access) document is available for download at;
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See article from 28 Mar 2014 by abc.net.au of the headline;

NSW Police officers hold serious criminal convictions, GIPA documents show

Serious criminal convictions that include stealing, break and enter, fraud and assault are no impediment to a career in the New South Wales Police Force.


Documents obtained by 7.30 NSW for the first time show the range and extent of convictions recorded before and during police employment, including 39 of stealing.


While Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione acknowledged in January this year that 437 officers had "form" - a criminal conviction - he was quoted as telling the Daily Telegraph that in the majority of cases these officers have been "convicted of a low range PCA (prescribed concentration of alcohol or drink driving) or similar offence".

But documents obtained through a Government Information Public Access Act (GIPA) application show the actual convictions include much more.

The more serious convictions include fraud, false pretences, dishonestly obtaining financial advantage, apprehended domestic violence, and dangerous driving causing death.

The total number of convictions recorded against 437 officers are 595, which equates to one in 40 NSW police officers having a criminal record.

The names of the convicted officers remain confidential but there are 14 inspectors, five senior sergeants, 80 sergeants, 236 senior constables, 69 constables, 20 probationary constables and 13 students.

Rather than the "majority" recording low-range PCA convictions, the documents show that 58 officers were convicted for high-range drink driving, while 144 were convicted for mid-range drink driving.

The documents show that 58 had been convicted for low-range PCA.

The police department has rejected a complaint that Commissioner Scipione has misled the public in his January statement.

NSW Greens MLC David Shoebridge, who has also received the figures, says the convictions paint an "extraordinary picture".

"My initial reaction was one of quite genuine shock," he said.

"When I saw case after case of high-range PCA, of stealing, of dishonesty offences and realised it totalled the sum of 600 individual convictions - it was quite an extraordinary picture, and one that demands a proper, and I think honest, explanation from the police."

7.30 NSW is awaiting a response from the Commissioner of Police to the latest GIPA revelations.

The GIPA documents were provided to 7.30 NSW by former police officer and whistleblower Richard McDonald.

1 comment:

Bob McDonald said...

Good on you Richard , I saw these documents and copied the whole report about 4 yrs ago , yes shocking but not unexpected , when you have been watching the Detectives for now 9 yrs plus , everyday things are getting worse , less freedom , more rules , more unlawful and criminal behaviour by our Unconstitutional private corporate police FORCE as in do as we say or else ! or We're the f.... police we do what we like, Sadly they do , but will they the Freemasonic Police (cowards Traitors and Paedophiles)get away with it forever ? Not if I have my way , as I said to the terrorist squad when they raided me , " Tell your boss or whoever you work for I wont be giving up ever , I will keep exposing paedophile police etc" Hopefully that video and more will be posted soon on the criminal corporate dictating body known as Facebook and or Google and youtube . Great site , shame on you Australia for not being here . Shame !