Annual government Police Effectiveness, Efficiency and Legitimacy (PEEL) inspection handed Hampshire Constabulary an overall “good” rating. But the politically correct report managed to find some areas for improvement like Black people being more than 8.1 times likely to be stopped and searched by the police than white people and ‘Diversity’. 


The report seems to be just trying to get Hampshire Constabulary to start stopping and searching less people from the BAME community and start employing more people from the BAME community.

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) conducted the report, they thanked Hampshire Constabulary for their hard work during increased crime rates, an apparent  “excellent” professional relationships with many organisations and a “positive approach to wellbeing”.

Sara Glen the Chief Constable commented on the report and pandered to the supposed areas of improvement: “Hampshire Constabulary is a force that cares for the public it serves and its workforce” and went on to say “plans in place to address” the highlighted “areas for improvement”. So in other words she wants police in Hampshire to stop searching so many people from the BAME community and start employing more people from the BAME community.

So, what is Peel?

PEEL stands for the police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy programme.PEEL is the programme in which HMIC draws together evidence from its annual all-force inspections. The evidence is used to assess the effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy of the police. HMIC has introduced these assessments so that the public will be able to judge the performance of their force and policing as a whole.

The effectiveness of a force is assessed in relation to how it carries out its responsibilities including cutting crime, protecting the vulnerable, tackling anti-social behaviour, and dealing with emergencies and other calls for service.

Its efficiency is assessed in relation to how it provides value for money.

Its legitimacy is assessed in relation to whether the force operates fairly, ethically and within the law.

The evidence from inspections, together with the context within which forces operate, allows HMIC to make an assessment of each of the 43 police forces in England and Wales.


So, what is Stop and Search?


Chief Constable Sara Glen is just another puppet for the cultural Marxists who want apparently rub the noses of the people of Hampshire in diversity by employing more people from the BAME community into the Police Service not through merit or skill but simply to even up the percentages a little and stop searching so many people from the BAME community but not through fairness and equality but simply through appeasement and political correctness.

This comes after the Cold-blooded stabbing of Richard Hardy in Farnborough, Hampshire involving six members of the BAME community.

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