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Your invitation to have Coffee with Cops in Harlow

Crime / Tue 24th May 2022 am31 08:57am

BELOW is the next series of engagement events that will be happening over the next few weeks around Harlow.

Wednesday 25th May – 10am till 12pm at Bush Fair

Wednesday 1st June – 10am till 12pm at Old Harlow (in High Street)

Thursday 2nd June – 12pm till 1pm at McDonalds in Staple Tye

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5 Comments for Your invitation to have Coffee with Cops in Harlow:

David Hughes
2022-05-25 08:59:52

How lovely that our local police officers are willing to work through their lunch break to sit and have a coffee or tea with the general public to put our minds at ease. Don't make me laugh !

Theman
2022-05-25 10:52:03

I reported a crime(theft) and caught the thief, who confessed. Called the police where I was redirected to website as no one was available to answer the phone.( so we let thief go, as we did not wish to break the law) A week later I eventually get through to police after being on hold for 2 hrs, only to be told that no one is looking into the crime yet as they are very busy. So how do they have time forth is nonsense it they do not have time to carry out their core function.!!!!!!

Johnny
2022-05-25 11:14:13

Would a set of stocks in market Square help at all?

David Vincent
2022-05-25 14:57:21

I"ll have to ask them about how many strip searches of children in breach of PACE guidance they have performed! BBC Radio 4's File on Four documentary "Searching Questions" aired yesterday revealed very disturbing accounts of female children strip searched in front of male police officers and without an appropriate adult present. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0017kjd I will also ask them about the National Police Chiefs Council recently published 'Police Race Action Plan'. This plan includes the following shameful admission: "The challenge for reform, set out by Macpherson, cannot be said to have been unambiguously answered by policing. Many people believe policing to still be institutionally racist and have grounds for this view." "We accept that policing still contains racism, discrimination and bias. We are ashamed of those truths, we apologise for them and we are determined to change them. We have much to do to secure the confidence of Black people, including our own staff, and improve their experience of policing – and we will." See the report at: https://news.npcc.police.uk/releases/police-action-plan-launched-aiming-to-address-race-disparities-affecting-black-people-and-change-a-legacy-of-distrust

Mr Smith
2022-07-02 22:53:42

OMG HARLOW POLICE CAN'T WEE STRAIGHT SO HOW CAN THEY SOLVE CRIME THE POLICE IN HARLOW HAVE NO IDEA WHAT GOING ON.THE ONLY TIME THEY CATCH CROOKS IS WHEN THEY ARE INFRONT OF THEM BEEN IN HARLOW 52 YEARS

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