August 31st, 2011

When things are back to front

Posted in The Job - General by 200

A police officer in Bedfordshire Police was GBH’d yesterday after she tried to arrest a burglar.

The unnamed 30-year-old officer with eight years’ service was patrolling when she saw a male making off from a premises in Bedford. David Glenn, aged 30, √ā¬†punched the officer√ā¬†viciously√ā¬†in the face before making off. the officer was unable to speak due to her injuries but pressed the √ā¬†emergency button on her radio which summoned other officers who later detained Glenn and two teenagers.

The officer, who received a broken eye socket, cheek bone and nose, has been transferred to a specialist hospital for treatment.

Glenn has been charged with GBH and burglary.

The officer has had her pay frozen and pension contributions increased in order to help pay for the country’s dire financial position. Meanwhile, UK banks have paid billions to their own staff in bonuses. This includes the Royal Bank of Scotland who paid √ā¬£965 million in bonuses despite making a √ā¬£1.1 billion loss in the last year.

I hope the officer concerned makes a speedy recovery.

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  1. 334Boss says:

    The offender was refused bail, swiftly brought to trial & will serve 10years with hard labour. If only Hinekin ran the criminal justice system!

    August 31st, 2011 at 23:25

  2. boy on a bike says:

    Would they have punched her in the face if they were staring down the wrong end of a Glock? Doubt it. It really is time you lot got tooled up properly.

    I know you like your videos, so here’s one from my neck of the woods.

    “Went to work at Pink Salt Double Bay this afternoon and found my flower delivery had not arrived. I called Tulipanna in bondi, they told me the flowers had been delivered as per usual at 11am. When I checked my cameras, imagine my surprise when I see an elderly lady who drives a BMW sedan and carries a louis vuitton bag scoping out the front of my restaurant, then stealing our weekly supply of flowers. she pops them in her passenger seat then goes shopping for an 1.5 hour before drving off in her BMW. Whats this world coming to?”

    Double Bay is one of the ritziest suburbs in Sydney. It’s commonly known as “double pay” for the exorbitantness of its prices.

    September 1st, 2011 at 08:51

  3. Tony F says:

    Obviously not a bright burglar. If he hadn’t punched the officer, and had gone quietly, he would be let of with bugger all of a sentence.

    September 1st, 2011 at 18:55

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