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Murder, Rape, Theft
and Abuse. Kids all around the world need our help.
We all need to get things off our chests. Don't we?
Terry Armstrong, CEO
Triple A Multimedia Group
Super woman Ann widdecombe, the all action MP helps CrimeshareTV
See 'Police block Tel's TV Initiative' below
How come the UK Police pull out all the stops when somebody nicks a bundle of cash from a security company in Tonbridge. Talk about frantic activity, media updates everyday, sometimes twice a day, cops combing the countryside, arrests here there and everywhere yet an eighteen year old girl (Sally Ann Bowman) gets raped and murdered on her own doorstep and NOTHING! Months later its decided to carry out some voluntary DNA profiling in a church hall in Croydon.
Is it just the law that gives priority to cash and property over people or are we all guilty. Just imagine it was your daughter, sister.... would it be important then? A nine month old baby boy is tortured and murdered by his Dad right under the noses of social services and hardly a murmur from the media compared to the hoo ha for a cash heist. An innocent man is shot dead on the London tube and were still waiting to find out why. There's a catalogue of incidents to show life's cheap surly we've got it all arse about face! When are we going to put people before possessions?
Lets pull out the stops! somebody knows something about Sally Ann's murder. We need to catch him before he does it again!
Some people just don't get it! I don't know why, its not difficult, or maybe there's more to it than that. Maybe they think we will just go away or that they are immune from crime. Maybe they just think the kids will cock it up, that does seem to be a growing theory at CrimeshareTV. 'Kids' get the blame for all sorts of stuff. Its easier to blame them than to take a long hard look at what's really going on.
That's not our experience, the young people we work with are bright, committed and keen to do something to help so when they receive negative, dismissive replies from organisations that they've asked for help, they don't get mad, it just fires 'em up.
They're getting good at reading between the lines of the corporate bulls#it like Manchester City FC's Head of Communications Paul Tyrrell who says "it is not something which we wish to pursue". Even more gob smacking though is Liverpool FC's Chief Executive Rick Parry's statement "I'm afraid we are struggling to see the relevance to us" which seems to suggest that no Liverpool fan has ever had their wallet or handbag nicked, their car trashed or bought a dodgy ticket from a tout. Is he really trying to say that Liverpool is a crime free zone? Or is it just not his problem?
Think about it - if it pi$$es you off too write and give em a red
my point has now been made with the mindless attack on the ambulance
taking the injured Alan Smith to hospital after breaking his ankle in the
game at Anfield last weekend.
Fanatical terrorists blowing up our cities, sicko pervert's snatching kids from their beds, where's it all going to end? Tony Blair recently said in a speech that people should not ask what the Police are doing about crime but ask themselves what are they doing about it!
So we launched CRIMESHARETV to help the police get information from the community enlisting the energy of young people to drive the project because its their future that needs protecting. CrimeshareTV is the community service arm of the Triple A Multimedia Arts Academy.
The clear policy of CrimeshareTV as the name suggests is to promote the sharing of responsibility within communities in the fight against crime. To our amazement at Christmas the Police, acting on information from Crimestoppers, ordered our ISP to close down our site saying that "we were stealing their thunder". Apparently posting photos of Most Wanted criminals breeched copyright and the human rights of the criminals concerned. We had no idea the Crimestoppers Trust had a monopoly on crime prevention which would be jealously guarded by the police.
In spite of West Yorkshire police rejection of their help the kids know the only way to beat corruption is to meet it head on, and wanting to continue the fight against crime CSTV is now hosted abroad. CSTV oporates a policy of total transparency so a full written record regarding the action's of the West Yorkshire Police is available on the website so you can judge for yourself. CLICK HERE!
For the record the Prime Minister has been kept fully informed of the formation of CrimeshareTV and its purpose and in line with the PM's statement, were disappointed because we only wanted to help and feel the actions of the Police contradicts the community approach to the fight against crime. Respect is a two way thing, is it any wonder young people can't be arsed and don't vote when the establishment sends out these mixed messages or is the Prime Minister totally out of touch with the Police as well as the people.
CrimeshareTV wrote to every MP in the UK and the only MP to respond and offer practical help was the Rt Hon Ann Widdecombe MP who immediately swept into action demanding answers and greater cooperation from West Yorkshire Police and The Crimestoppers Trust. "you go girl!'
Within these imposed restrictions we shall
continue to do what we can to help the Police so we would encourage you to visit
the web sites of your local Police Force where you will find information
regarding people they are looking for. Also please take a moment to look at the
databases held by other organisation like Crimestoppers and the FBI etc you may
well be able to help put away serious criminals.
we have put together a reasonably
comprehensive list of links on this site but as a short cut you'll find the relevant
ones duplicated below.
CrimeshareTV encourages everybody to share in the fight against crime and not to sit back and hope someone else will do it. Its quick and easy and you don't necessarily have to give your name so take an interest in all our futures and do your bit.
The Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer has demanded an explanation from the police for failing to release photographs of two escaped convicted murderers he said the suggestion that the Human Rights Act may have prevented publication of the photographs was "absolute nonsense".
The Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA) also said that the photos should be published if the men are considered a danger to the public. The department said the Human Rights Act "explicitly" allows police to print "wanted" pictures if it is in the public interest. - Full Story
Thanks to the Lord Chancellor's intervention CrimeshareTV's Most Wanted pages are up and running again.
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