A force full of ‘Mistakes’
A light hearted mistake, maybe, but North wales Police are full of mistakes, whether it be raiding the home of innocent people like my family home, or an innocent family sleeping, as in the case of the Holyhead family, or killing a dog on the A55, oops sorry that was deliberate, or killing a deer on the A55 whilst speeding at over 90mph to finish a shift, as was the case with PC Nia Owen, oops sorry that never made the headlines because it was covered up by her husband, Superintendent Mark Owen, or illegally strip searching a 15 year old, or illegally strip searching a married couple, or illegal use of the police computer by DC Martyn Parmley, or stalking and internet abuse in the case of PC 2974 Bradshaw, or arriving for work drunk in the case of PC 551 Neil Bebbington, or providing arrest information to the MP for Clwyd West David Jones in the case of Detective Superintendent John Hanson, or the aggressive and illegal arrest of a 13 year old autistic boy in the case of PCSO Chris Perkins and PCSO Pamela Hayer or the beating of pet dogs, in the case of PC Craig Macleod and PC Anja Mason or lying in an official police statement to try and obtain a conviction, in the case of PC 1854 Gary James or lying to people who complained about the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar, in the case of Inspector Ian Verburg, or lying about interviewing Nigel Roberts, internet troll, in the case of Inspector Emma Naughton! that was in the space of three years.
Red-faced police issued shock weather advice to walkers during thunderstorms – telling them to take their WILLIES instead of WELLIES.
The ‘take willies’ message came as thunder and lightning caused flash flooding across the UK.
Officers trying to give safety advice in the bad weather admitted making the embarrassing error.
The ‘take willies’ message came as thunder and lightning caused flash flooding across the UK
Officers trying to give safety advice in the bad weather admitted making the embarrassing error. The force – which has more than 75 followers – deleted the post within minutes but not before it had been retweeted dozens of times
North Wales Police tweeted: ‘Reports of more localised flooding across N Wales areas. If you’re driving take care. If you’re walking take willies.’