Friday, 5 February 2010

It'll Take More Than A Maccy D Badge Mr Plod

Police in Greater Manchester have become the first in the country to wear name badges on their uniform.


All 8,227 officers employed by the force, along with the 4,128 civilian staff, have been told they must display the magnetic badges which spell out their name and rank.

The move is part of a drive to improve the force's image with the public.

Perhaps PC Plod might improve its image by not shooting unarmed Sparkys on the Tube. Not nicking people for taking photos. Not killing bystanders at Crusty protests in the Capital. Not nicking people for emailing the phrase 'do as you likeys' Not using anti-terrorism laws to harass people for no good reason. Not threatening people who wave knives at intruders in their homes. The list goes on...

I wonder if they'll get the little stars on their badges.

2 comments:

  1. Too right, CSR! They're just the paramilitary wing of the Marxist movement dreamt up by Latte supping, floppy haired idiots in the 60s and 70s. Fruition.

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  2. I really like these designs of magnetic badges.Thanks for such a reliable blog post!

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