Sunday, January 27, 2019

Finland: Police barred from reporting about the crimes of asylum seekers

Finland: Police barred from reporting about the crimes of asylum seekers JAN 26, 2019 11:00 AM BY ROBERT SPENCER The first priority of government and law enforcement authorities all over the West seems to be to ensure that no one think ill of Islam or of that mass Muslim migration project. The protection of citizens? Pah! Low priority.
“Finland: Police banned from telling about crimes of asylum seekers…….,” Tundra Tabloids, January 24, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace): Yet another example of why there should never be a nationalized police force… The politicization of law enforcement is a dangerous thing, having one top-down command structure for all police demonstrates that for all to see. The police banned from telling about crimes of asylum seekers At the beginning of last week, Häme Police Department personnel received internal communications instructions on police information related to the current situation of asylum seekers. The six-page guidance signed by the Police Chief and the Communications Officer of the Department has raised a lively discussion among staff in the facility. Many experienced police consider it exceptional. Discussion has been raised by a daily police newsletter that “not mention the status of the suspect as an asylum seeker when reporting offenses”. In the guidelines, this provision is justified by the fact that asylum matters are widely held in secret and that there is, as a rule, no legal justification for the expression of asylum seeker status. The alignment is a surprise to the long-term police in the department. He doubts whether the interpretation of secrecy has been stretched unnecessarily. – Nobody’s identity is revealed by the fact that he is said to be an asylum seeker. New regulations are also justified in the Communication Guidelines. Communication aims to promote security and social peace. Communication also aims to strengthen trust in police activities and to prevent radicalization and racist phenomena. The instruction reminds the police not to take the sides. Asylum seekers are treated neutrally, impartially and objectively. The guidelines have also been extended to private, free-time discussions: “Police officers must, in accordance with their role, duties and behavioral responsibilities, treat asylum seekers in a neutral manner also in their personal leisure activities.” According to the information we have received, this point has aroused a lot of surprise among the department’s staff, some of the police have experienced the practice of restricting freedom of expression in practice….

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