Independent Nationwide Investigation. Every Serving British Police Officers Wattsapp!!

Independent Nationwide Investigation. Every Serving British Police Officers Wattsapp!!

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Started by Lisa McKevitt

Mother of murdered sisters says Met Police must 'get the rot out once and for all' after officers admit sharing photos of bodies on Wattsapp.

Sir Tom Winsor: Trawl police phones ‘to weed out the misogynists’
Watchdog backs random WhatsApp checks.

“WhatsApp communications are encrypted end to end, but they are still stored on the receiving device and indeed the sending device. So they can be interrogated.” He added:

I have been a victim of severe police brutality for over three years, where I have been utterly terrorized, beaten naked repeatedly in custody, after being repeatedly set up by the British Police.

I am presently a refugee.

My entire life has been destroyed, life sabotage. The British Police have corrupted three kangaroo trials, I was given a domestic abuse worker by my ex-colleagues Probation directly as a result of being tortured by Torquay Police, Devon and Cornwall Police, and Police Scotland. Declared severely disabled, after being tortured naked twice in six months by the British Police. The British Police severely tortured and disabled me, sexual assaults, sexual abuse, sexual degradation, sexual humiliation.

What has been exposed of late is the tip of a huge iceberg relating to British Police Abusing Powers.

I petition for all serving British Police Officers WhatsApp, and social media accounts to be investigated nationwide by independent investigators, an inquiry into racism, police brutality, misogyny, violence against women, sexism, homophobia, and whatever else may lurk in the depths of what I would describe as a sinister evil cult within the British Police force.

Specifically the British Police targeting individuals from their private accounts, where members of the public are used as flying monkeys by The British Police to execute their vile narcissist abuse on specific individuals.

My human rights have been utterly violated repeatedly and chronically by the British Police, the chief of Devon and Cornwall Police Alison Hernandez, deeply involved, Police corruption. I suggest the inquiry starts with Cressida Dick`s WhatsApp, social networks. 

I am presently petitioning for an independent inquiry, and have approached investigators at The Hague, United Nations International Criminal Courts;

Please sign;

I have suffered the vilest inhumane torture in the hands of the British Police, it is incomprehensible. Please help me expose the true extent of the psychopaths within the British Police force.

I know I am on Torquay Police, and Police Scotland`s Wattsapp, private social media accounts, whilst they consistently refused me my legal rights to access data for years. I know they took pictures of me battered naked in Police custody and shared them for their own perverted sick pleasure.                           Please help me get the evidence.

The British Police are lawless predators, no one is safe until the entire truth comes to light.

Please see my YouTube channel where I have attempted to document the relentless, merciless torture of a British woman by the British Police;

Instagram and Facebook; #LisaRogueOneJedi or Lisa McKevitt

I will once again tell my entire story on my social media platforms whilst campaigning as I have since the British Police illegally electrocuted me 100,000 volts, the killer shot to the heart, no cartridge, twice within four seconds. I reported that they kidnapped me to IOPC/Police Conduct my case against Torquay Police was upheld, less the fact that they kidnapped me. I have evidence readily available to all who request it that Police Conduct is utterly corrupt! "Reporting Murderers To Murderers!!" Futile!

I was so mercilessly economically raped, British Police, Police Scotland, I almost starved to death. The Truth.

I am an ex-Criminal Justice Officer for the Ministry of Justice, UK Home Office.

Sir Tom Winsor supports the idea that officers’ social media accounts be checked and said he was unconcerned about privacy

Police officers should face random trawls of their phones to tackle “revolting” online misconduct including misogyny and sexual harassment, the chief inspector of constabulary has said.

Sir Tom Winsor said spot checks of private and work phones would act as a deterrent for officers who had used WhatsApp and social media to share photographs of crime scenes, inappropriate jokes and racist, sexist and homophobic slurs.

He told The Times that he was supportive of police officers and staff being subjected to such checks in the same way that they were required to undergo random drug testing.

Read more: Sir Tom Winsor interview: ‘Competence among some police officers is not what it should be’

Winsor was asked by Priti Patel, the home secretary, to examine how police forces were dealing with predators and misogynistic behaviour. It came after the murder of Sarah Everard by PC Wayne Couzens exposed errors in vetting practices and concerns about policing culture.

His comments followed the admission in court this week by the Metropolitan Police constables Deniz Jaffer, 48, and Jamie Lewis, 33, that they photographed the bodies of two murdered sisters in Wembley, north London, and shared them with colleagues on WhatsApp. Both were warned by the judge that they were “extremely likely” to be jailed.

Winsor said their “repellent” actions towards Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry had violated the public’s trust. “Photographing the bodies of two people who’ve been murdered, it’s just unspeakably disgusting, revolting.”

This year the Independent Office for Police Conduct said that police officers were increasingly misusing social media and spreading racist, homophobic and misogynistic messages “which the public would be appalled by”.

A group of officers are under investigation for sharing racist and misogynistic content on WhatsApp with Couzens, who abducted, raped and murdered Everard in March. A Met probationary constable who sent a joke to colleagues about luring a woman into the woods and killing her when Everard was missing is facing a misconduct meeting. There has been a stream of officers charged with disciplinary offences for sharing inappropriate material online and sexually grooming vulnerable victims.

Winsor, who oversees the independent inspectors who carry out police force assessments, acknowledged that the Couzens case, the handling of the Wembley murders and other allegations of misogyny had damaged trust.

He called for a change of policing culture by “weeding out” officers who showed a fondness for the exercise of power or violence, or display racist, homophobic or misogynistic tendencies.

He said that random checks on phones could be used. He was unconcerned about privacy implications, noting police were held to higher standards than other professions because of their extraordinary powers.

“It seems to me that there is no strong case for saying there should not be random checks of their social media. If they put stuff up on Facebook, a public site, it’s public,” he said.

“WhatsApp communications are encrypted end to end, but they are still stored on the receiving device and indeed the sending device. So they can be interrogated.” He added: “Let’s say rather than put the information on an electronic message, the person in question wrote it down, put it in an envelope and posted it to another person. Nobody would seriously assert that the paper correspondence should be confidential in all circumstances.

“The right to privacy of your correspondence, under the Human Rights Convention, is not an absolute right.”

In a wide-ranging interview Winsor warned that professional standards units and counter-corruption squads, whose job it is to uncover misconduct by officers and staff, were often staffed by “weaker detectives”.

He also revealed that higher standards to become a police officer were under consideration.

He has been asked by Patel to carry out an inspection of vetting and counter-corruption procedures in policing across England and Wales, including forces’ ability to detect and deal with misogynistic and predatory behaviour.

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services plans to examine those issues at seven forces, including the three where Couzens worked: the Met, the civil nuclear constabulary and Kent police. The watchdog is separately carrying out an inspection into how forces deal with allegations of domestic abuse perpetrated by police officers.

The Times.


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