Police collecting personal information

In another attempt to fill up databases with personal
information, Gwent Police have begun sending to each household questionnaires. 

As part of the PACT initiative
(Partnership and Communities Together) aimed at giving you a say in how your
local neighbourhood is managed and policed, the police are arranging regular
public meetings. The first one in my area is already booked for June.

There are 5 items on the list, about the level of crime in
your area, do I feel safe walking in daylight or at night, list my top 3
issues, any other comments and do I recognise or know my local bobby or PCSO.

 

 

5 items, the last 2 were both numbered 4. (so not put
together by the brightest button in the box), and as far as I know we don’t have
any PCSO’s and we never see the police on the street. (unless they chasing
someone by car or visiting the part time police station). 

OK, So far so good. This is just the kind of interface that
we need with the police, regular meetings, police reacting to the local
problems of the communities that they police. Hurrah, unbias policing for all, irrespective of race, creed or colour.

Then I flip the page over…

 

 

Name, Address, Postcode, email address, Telephone number,
gender, ethnic group, disability and religious beliefs.
 

This is the same bloody information that the Germans wanted
in 1933…..

Just where is this government taking us….

 

NuLab – Destroying Britain
from the inside out.

 

 

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