BRITISH POLICE TO SET UP CRIME BUSTING UNIT IN POLAND – Britain has a growing problem with organised criminal gangs operating out of Poland.
Current crime statistics have revealed how gangs from Poland are involved in the supply of under-age prostitution, scam marriages and professional benefits cheats; but to name a few of the criminal activities carried out in Britain by Polish nationals.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) is now deeply concerned that Britain has become a ‘hotspot’ for these criminal gangs and has therefore taken measure to set up, for the first time, a crime busting unit within Poland with the remit of hunting down gang masters and put a stop to their criminal activities before reaching Britain.
Poland is not unique in respect of now having a British police unit within its borders; indeed the British police have similar crime busting units in Albania, Nigeria and even Vietnam and China; as all are identified as being a ‘priority’ in criminal activity against Britain by the Home Office and the NCA.
Poland of course has EU membership and therefore under EU legislation it is almost impossible to deny entry to any Polish migrant; any barriers that do currently exist will be fully removed in January 2014 due to the Right of Free Movement being implemented and imposed on Britain by Brussels.
One of the most prolific crimes currently is that of ‘sham marriages’ and the growing number of Nigerians employing Polish women to engage in the practice is sending alarm bells ringing throughout the Government.
As Poland has EU membership Britain cannot prevent any Polish citizen from entering Britain and that include their spouse; regardless of where they come from. Under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act the British authorities may not bar entry to such a spouse and ‘deny them a right to family life.’
Once again the taxpayer has to pick up the bill for crime preventative measures that could so easily be averted by three simple changes:
Pull out of the EU
Scrape the Human Rights Act
Install and Maintain Immigration Controls
Such measures would have a significant impact on crime levels that are perpetrated by foreign nationals. Scraping the Human Rights Act for a start would allow the Home Office to freely deport any person found guilty and convicted of committing a crime.
Pulling out of the EU would allow the Home Office to install and maintain far greater migrant controls and in the process turn away anyone it considers as ‘undesirable’ – that is those that do not have proof of work, do not have proof of sustainability and do not have a criminal record.
The NCA is to start operating next month and will replace both the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the Child Protection Agency; they will also take on some roles within policing our borders.
According to reports Ministers are confident that the NCA will be able to focus its efforts on securing our nation’s borders however there are many who feel that such an organisation will ultimately be ham-strung by European legislation and indeed our own Human Rights Act and therefore achieve little in the way of reducing criminal activities by Polish or other foreign national gangs.