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Bedfordshire Police Force Suspected Of Portuguese Links

by | 10th, October 2007

IT’S off to Bedfordshire for the country’s criminals as the local police force is voted the worst in the land.

As the Telegraph reports, the survey by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary employed seven forensic criteria, including “tackling crime”; “local priorities”; “resources and efficiency”; and satisfaction and fairness”.

The chief inspector of constabulary, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, says: “Bedfordshire has issues.”

As such, Bedfordshire should attend a group meeting and expose itself in a therapeutic arena. The remedy will be holistic.

Bedfordshire’s chief constable, Gillian Parker, says: “I am disappointed with this report and puzzled by some of the headline results that in no way reflect the hard work that has been done”.

Indeed. The survey omits as much as it embraces and we wonder how many of Bedfordshire’s police complement are of Portuguese extraction.

If we have learnt one thing about policing from reading this nation’s press, it is that Portuguese police are inherently useless and contaminate crime scenes from the Algarve to Bedford and beyond with coffee stains and bits of cake…

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