YOUTH POLICE COMMISSIONER PARIS BROWN QUITS POST OVER VILE TWITTER RANTS – At just 17 years old she is so young, so inexperienced and quite frankly so foul and vile and no doubt the British Taxpayer will be happy to see the back of her.
Paris Brown, under a controversial scheme by the Police Force, appointed Paris Brown at Youth Police Commissioner at £15,000 a year.
It wasn’t long however that Paris Brown took to her Twitter account and made some of the vilest racist, homophobic and sexual rants. Her Twitter posts announced how hateful she was against others from ethnic groups and how she thought the taking of narcotics and binge drinking was a great thing to do. She also made a number of comments regarding her sex life – something that she really ought to have kept to herself.
Days after her Twitter posts hit the news Paris Brown came out with a very tearful public apology but many, like myself, thought the tears were more for the fact that she got caught rather than for the offensive remarks she made towards others.
Considering the racist remarks her own Police force (Kent Police) initiated an investigation which has led Paris Brown to resign from her position. We now wait to see if the Police will be satisfied with this or whether, as they should, pursue this further and take her to court.
At the time that the position became available some 164 candidates came forward for the job and it now appears that Paris Brown’s appointment was not only short-sighted but a mistake to employ someone so young. While Paris Brown continues to apologise for her behaviour and reiterates that she is not a racist or homophobic it beggars the question; ‘Why make such vile comments in the first place Paris?’
After numerous public complaints her position certain became untenable and yesterday Kent Police announced that it would have no choice but to begin an inquiry as to whether any crime had been committed and if so what action would be taken.
There is no doubt that Paris Brown’s behaviour is a huge embarrassment for the Kent Police force and it’s Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes who appointed Paris in the role.
You might be thinking that such a responsible role is not really suited to someone so young however that is not the view of Ann Barnes who has said that the mistakes made here provide a valuable lesson for the next appointee.