Friday, October 20, 2017

Trump Blames Muslims For 13% Jump In UK Crime Rate

Donald Trump was today accused of peddling 'rubbish' designed to provoke 'hate crime' after he wrongly (or rightly)  Alinked the rise in offences in England and Wales to 'Radical Islamic terror'. The US president sent a tweet referring to figures out yesterday showing crime increased by 13 per cent last year and warning 'We must keep American safe'.

Mr Trump wrote on Twitter: 'Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep America safe!' Figures released yesterday revealed that police forces registered 5.2 million crimes in the year to the end of June - up 13 per cent on the previous year.

But British MPs tore into Mr Trump for talking 'nonsense' and said he is 'spreading fear and xenophobia' by wrongly blaming the rise on terrorism. Others accused him of peddling 'fake news' and pointed out terrorism accounts for a 'tiny' proportion of crime in Britain.

But while terrorism has surged over the past year, with five murderous attacks across Britain killing dozens and injuring hundreds, it is a tiny proportion of arrests. Home Office data released last month showed the number of people detained over suspected terrorism increased to 379 - the highest since records began. Gfht

The bulk of crime relates to frauds, thefts and public order offences which have no link to extremism. Figures released yesterday show the number of violent crimes rose from 1,033,719 cases the previous year to 1,229,260 cases this year.

The number of sexual offences reported to police has risen dramatically since 2012 There was an 19 per cent increase in the number of sexual offences recorded in England and Wales, up to 129,700 on the previous year.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) data revealed the rise in violence was driven by increases in the violence without injury (21 per cent) and stalking and harassment (36 per cent) sub-categories. The ONS report said: 'Most of this volume increase was thought to result from improved recording practices but it is likely that rises in the most serious categories reflect genuine rises in violent crime.
The stats: Which crimes rose by the most?

Public order offences - up 43% to 33,082
Knife crimes - up 26% to 36,998
Robbery - up 25% to 64,499
Violence against the person - up 19% to 1,229,260
Sexual offences - up 19% to 129,000
Vehicle theft - up 17% to 427,561
Theft from the person - up 11% to 92,435
Burglary - up 6% to 423,137
Homicide - Down 2% to 664

'These lower volume but serious offences are thought to be generally well-recorded by the police.' Police also recorded an 11 per cent rise in the number of thefts, with the crime continuing to rise over last two years. Forces logged 664 homicides in the 12 months from July 2016, which was a two per cent fall compared with the previous year.

However, the ONS said recent trends have been affected by recording of incidents where there were multiple victims, such as 96 cases of manslaughter from the Hillsborough disaster and the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester.

If cases related to Hillsborough and the terror attacks are excluded, the homicide tally went up by 46, following a 'general upward trend' seen in recent years. There was a 'substantial increase', of 59 per cent, in the number of attempted murder offences registered, which was largely due to terror-related cases. 

Police-recorded offences are one of two official sources used to analyse trends in crime. The other is the Crime Survey for England and Wales, which gave an estimated total of 10.8 million incidents of crime in the year to the end of June. This figure includes experimental data on fraud and computer misuse offences, and annual comparisons will not be available until January.
Rise in sexual assaults on minors can be blamed entirely on the Muslim grooming gangs all over England.
John Flatley, crime specialist for the ONS, said the figures 'suggest that the police are dealing with a growing volume of crime'. He added: 'While improvements made by police forces in recording crime are still a factor in the increase, we judge that there have been genuine increases in crime – particularly in some of the low incidence but more harmful categories.'

'Police figures cannot provide a good measure of all crime in society, since we know that a large volume of it never comes to their attention. The recent increases in recorded crime need to be seen in the context of the overall decline in crime indicated by the Crime Survey for England and Wales. The survey remains our best guide to long-term trends for crime as experienced by the population in general.'

Soaring crime stats in England and Wales are NOT down to rise in terror offences - but terrorism IS on the rise in the UK  Terror arrests have soared in Britain over the past year - but terrorism is not behind the huge increase in reported crime announced yesterday.

Home Office data released last month showed the number of people detained over suspected terrorism increased to 379 - the highest since records began. But murders and attempted murders due to terrorism represent well under one per cent of the overall 5.2million crimes committed in Britain last year, most of which are frauds, thefts and public order offences which have no link to extremism.

The sweep of raids following attacks in Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge, coupled with the rising number of threats being thwarted, led to a two thirds increase in suspected extremists being detained.

Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has said that, on top of the five high-profile terror attacks which have taken place in Britain, this year, police have foiled six further attacks in the last few months.

The report into recorded crime released by the Office for National Statistics yesterday mentioned how terrorism has increased the stats relating to some crime. It stated: 'There was a substantial increase of 59% in the number of attempted murder offences to 426 offences in the latest year. This rise is due largely to the London and Manchester terror attacks, where the police recorded 294 attempted murder offences.'

The report also states: 'Of the 664 homicides recorded in the year ending June 2017, there were 35 relating to the London and Manchester terror attacks.'  Scotland Yard has beefed up its anti-terror force, but the vast majority of crime in the UK, well under 1%, is linked to terrorism

Keith Hunter, of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, also mentioned the growing threat from terrorism when discussing the figures. He said: 'There are undoubtedly key pressures on police time coming from rising overall crime levels, more complex crimes being committed, a growing terrorist threat and, more than ever, the police being called on as a last resort when other agencies lack their own capacity.'

His comments suggest some increase in non-terrorism crime could also be down to police having to spend more of their time monitoring extremists or handling the fall-out of attacks. However, the increases reported in those terror-related crimes are a tiny proportion of the overall crime in the UK, which it emerged has increased by 13 per cent.

The 294 attempted murders and 35 homicides related to terror attacks are low in number compared to the 235,000 burglaries, 200,000 harassment cases and 370,000 cases of shoplifting, which have no link to terrorism (or Muslims?) at all.

Girl Raped 3 Times By Different Mulim Men In Central London

Girl, 17, ‘was drugged and seriously sexually assaulted as THREE different men attacked her in one hour as she walked home after a night out’. Incidents took place while teenager was making her way home from a night out

She was separated from friends and was attempting to get to central London. Police believe the student was attacked on three separate occasions in the hour between 11.55pm on Friday, September 29 and 12.55am the next day. Force released CCTV images of two of the suspects in bid to catch attackers.

Police are hunting suspects after a 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted three times in the space of an hour by separate men. The horrifying incidents took place while the teenager was making her way home from a night out in Tower Hamlets, east London.

She became separated from her friends and was attempting to get to central London, where she lived. Police believe the student was attacked on three separate occasions in the hour between 11.55pm on Friday, September 29 and 12.55am the next day. The Metropolitan Police have today released CCTV images of two of the suspects in a bid to catch the girl's attackers.

Bethnal Green is a Muslim-majority district represented by the Bangladesh-born MP Rushanara Ali. 
The victim's ordeal started shortly before midnight when she was first picked up on camera being carried by a man, who is believed to be the first suspect, on Cambridge Heath Road.  The pair are then seen appearing to go into a doorway on the same road, after which the man is not seen again on camera, but items of the top half of the girl's clothing were subsequently found by the location.

MP Ali worries more about
Bengali Muslims in Burma
than girls raped in her town.
Shortly after midnight, another CCTV camera picks up the girl stumbling down Mint Street being followed by a different, bearded male, on a racing bicycle, who is believed to be the second suspect. The images show the man is wearing a backwards baseball cap which has a square/rectangular emblem front centre, a hooded zip jacket, which is two toned in colour, with the shoulders and upper back area being darker, exposing a plain tee-shirt underneath. He has dark trousers and a bag on his back.

This man follows the teenager along Mint Street and then as she turns right into Three Colts Lane and heads in the direction of Bethnal Green Overground Station. When the next camera picks her up a short time later, the man has approached her and they have reached Corfield Street. The CCTV indicates that he then directs the victim into the set just back from the street where they remain for a period of time.

The camera then shows the suspect leaving this location and walking away. The girl, whose clothing appears dishevelled, emerges shortly afterwards and goes further down Corfield Street. Just minutes later, around 12:45am, detectives believe that the victim suffered a third attack, this final time possibly involving two or three men.

The CCTV footage captures a third suspect walking down Cornfield Street and joining two other figures seen in the distance in outline shadow under some trees.  He appears to bend down towards a spot on the kerb in between some parked cars. Detectives believe it is at this point where the student was sexually assaulted again.

This same man is then seen at about 12:55am coming back up Cornfield Street on his own, walking towards the CCTV camera. The clip reveals that the suspect has a distinctive gait, which gives him the appearance of walking unevenly and perhaps being slightly bow-legged.

After the attacks, a member of the public spotted the teenager lying on the ground in Cornfield Street in a state of distress and immediately rung 999 to alert police. Police were called shortly afterwards and took her for examination and specialist support.

The second Muslim rapist of the case.
Officers from the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command (CASO) have already conducted public witness appeals and now are urgently seeking help from any members of the public who can identify either man in the footage or have any other information. They also believe it is possible that she was drugged and are in the process of conducting toxicology tests.

Detective Inspector Suzanne Jordan, from the Met's Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command, (CAS0) said: 'This is a horrific multiple sexual assault on an young female who was simply making her way home after a night out. We would like to thank the members of the public who intervened to help her and possibly prevented her ordeal from continuing even further.'

'We believe two of the three were very serious sexual assaults indeed, and are determined to catch the persons responsible for these hideous crimes. I would urge anyone who recognises either male in these images to contact us as a matter of urgency.

'We'd also like to speak to any witnesses who haven't already come forward, or anyone with any information at all however insignificant they believe it might be - it could prove crucial to progressing our enquiries.'

The third rapist walking away from the rape crime scene.
London now more dangerous than New York City

London now has worse crime than New York, according to statistics: Muslim-controlled London is now more crime ridden and dangerous than New York City, with rape, robbery and violent offences far higher on this side of the Atlantic.

The latest statistics, published earlier this week, revealed that crime across the UK was up by 13 per cent, with a surge in violence in the capital blamed for much of the increase. Seizing on the figures, US President, Donald Trump, claimed the rise could be linked to the “spread of radical Islam”, adding that it demonstrated the need to “keep America safe”.

But critics dismissed his comments as “ignorant” and “divisive”, with former Labour leader Ed Miliband calling him an “absolute moron”. Criminal justice experts insisted rising crime in the UK, and particularly London, was more to do with the way the city was policed and blamed the reduction in neighbourhood patrols across the capital.

While both London and New York have populations of around 8 million, figures suggest you are almost six times more likely to be burgled in the British capital than in the US city, and one and a half times more likely to fall victim to a robbery.

London has almost three times the number of reported rapes and while the murder rate in New York remains higher, the gap is narrowing dramatically. The change in fortunes of the two global cities has been put down largely to the difference in tactics adopted by the two police forces.

Both Scotland Yard and the New York City Police Department (NYPD) have just over 30,000 officers each and budgets of around £3 billion a year. But in the mid-1990s spiralling crime rates in New York - sparked by the crack cocaine epidemic - resulted in radical a new approach being adopted by the city's police department.

Under the leadership of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and police commissioner, Bill Bratton, the NYPD introduced a zero tolerance approach to low level crime and flooded problem areas with patrols. The force also put a huge amount of emphasis on community policing in order to build bridges between the police and members of the public.

As a result the murder plummeted from a high in 1990 of over 2,000 to a record low of 335 last year. That figure is expected to fall even lower this year, and is currently in line to dip below 240.

But the last decade has seen the London Metropolitan Police move away from the neighbourhood policing model and low level in favour of pursuing more serious offences. Last week it emerged that Scotland Yard would not even bother investigating a large number of low level offences as part of a major cost cutting drive.

In addition a huge amount of police resources have been poured into high profile and politically sensitive cases, such as the flawed VIP child abuse inquiry and the phone hacking inquiry.

At the same time crime rates in London have been creeping up and the latest statistics are likely to increase pressure of Met bosses to reassess their policing priorities. Last year there were almost 70,000 burglaries in Greater London with more than 43,000 taking place in people's homes. Robberies have also increased in London dramatically, largely as a result of people having mobile phones stolen.

Rory Geoghegan, head of criminal justice at the Centre for Social Justice, said neighbourhood policing had a wide range of benefits. He said: “By embedding proactive community policing, the NYPD is helping tackle crime, improving the quality of life and building better relationships with the community.

"It’s an approach and argument that London – and the country as a whole – is struggling to maintain never mind bolster, with too many preferring to talk excitedly about investing in crime hubs to hunt online trolls.”

“The latest crime figures paint a depressing picture for London that reinforces the need for the sort of political and policing leadership that enabled the initial turnaround of the NYPD in the 1990s under Bill Bratton and enables the no less seismic shift being seen in New York City under Jimmy O’Neill today.”

David Green of the think tank Civitas, also said there was urgent need to put bobbies back on the beat. He said: “It has been suggested by academics that bobbies on the beat do not reduce crime, but it is quite clear that a uniformed presence on the streets will act as an effective deterrent.

“The police in this country remain too influenced by the intelligence led investigations focused on serious crime. That is exactly the opposite of the model that has proved so effective in New York City over the past 20-years.”