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Have been handed this video. Dont know what you want to make of it ?


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It makes you laugh don't it.

 

When you watch those programs about car chases and people committing offences and the defendent tells the camera man and the police to stop filming, they always state, 'He's allowed to film, he's in a public place'

 

Must have been late for his Horlicks break.

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One law for them another for us !!!


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Bet he is still waiting for the cops to turn up:D

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If he'd walked back to the car, glanced at the camera, and got in, that would have been an end of it.

 

There's always one, though, isn't there, and the "Civil Service" seem to have a lot more "one's" than most!


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While filming in a public place is not illegal, If I had someone follow me around while I got on with my job, I would feel a bit annoyed.

 

It was probably a mistake for the CCTV guy to get into a strop. It guaranteed that the footage would be distributed.


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Bet he is still waiting for the cops to turn up:D

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For your eyes only. Police may have arrived but 10 minutes after the first video he was still talking to the police !!!

 

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One law for them another for us !!!

 

The law is the same for everyone unless you are suggesting the person filmed was arrested? Shock horror council employee gets cross at being harrased by idiot with a camera, its not exactly front page news is it?

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by Julia Roberts A former Medway council officer who downloaded child porn told police that "pretty girls are pretty girls", a court heard today.

Married father-of-two Andrew Shea said he found the pictures "attractive in an artistic sense" and viewed them out of curiosity.

Maidstone Crown Court heard the 42-year-old added he had been viewing adult porn since his late teens but his "problem" became worse following the death of his father.

A total of 212 images ranging across all levels of seriousness were found on his computer and laptop at his home in Tavistock Close, Rainham, in October last year.

Shea, who lived at the address with his wife Lucy and children, then aged four years old and six weeks, also had 31 extreme pornographic images.

He was suspended from his job within the council's leisure services department after the police investigation.

Shea admitted 10 offences of making indecent photographs of children between April 2008 and October last year.

He also pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing extreme pornographic images between January and October last year.

Imposing six months' imprisonment suspended for two years, Judge Martin Joy said Shea must attend the Home Office accredited Sex Offenders' Treatment Programme.

He also made Shea subject to a Sexual Offences Prevention Order banning him from using the internet for any purpose other than seeking employment, study, work, lawful recreation or purchasing of goods and services for five years.

 

 

Original story here : Medway dad admits downloading child porn


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The law is the same for everyone unless you are suggesting the person filmed was arrested? Shock horror council employee gets cross at being harrased by idiot with a camera, its not exactly front page news is it?

 

G&M we are filmed almost anywhere we go now by Big Brother, particularly by councils when they think they can make some money out of us. Why do you describe the cameraman as an "idiot" just because he chooses to film where a council employee is chalking up another victim?

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Why do you describe the cameraman as an "idiot" just because he chooses to film where a council employee is chalking up another victim?

 

Because he/she has nothing better to do with their tiime, filming a CEO issuing a PCN is not exactly going to win a Pulitzer prize is it.

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When did you win yours ?

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When did you win yours ?

 

I dont think he did. he lost the chance when labour lost.


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I thought he looked a bit familiar.


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It would be interesting to send the clip to the council with a view to helping them ensure they train their staff effectively.

 

I'm aware of a case where a granny-wagon ambulance driver did a similar 'you can't film me without permission' performance, for which he was subsequently disciplined by the ambulance service.

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I like what it says on the side of the car. 'Medway Council. Serving You'

 

Serving you what? Egg and chips. Parking tickets you don't deserve.

 

Answers on a postcard please lol.

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They serve their pcns very nicely. Ask the people that have received them !!!


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I'm all for filming public employees, performing their duties in public. After all, councils are quite happy to install CCTV to watch us, under various guises, so it seems fair that we make sure that they are doing their jobs correctly.

 

And if anyone says we have no right - yes we do. As council tax payers we should be able to monitor the performance of those that we ultimately employ.

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Exactly. If you want a council job then you should be prepared to be watched by those who pay your wages.


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Exactly. If you want a council job then you should be prepared to be watched by those who pay your wages.

 

I don't think I would hold in with this.

 

Its tantamount to saying that one is owned by whoever pays one's wages. Why not extend it and say "If you want a council job, then you should be prepared to receive a kicking from those who pay your wages."

 

I am sure that "being chased by members of the public with camcorders" is not listed on the job description.

 

In the same sense, someone who works in a shop should expect to be recorded by customers... since, ultimately, they pay the staffs wages.

 

Or demanding to enter the flight deck of an aircraft so we can 'watch' the pilots; we bought our tickets and so we pay their wages and therefore have a right to watch!

 

While I maintain my original position, (that the council guy should have handled the situation better) I still do not blame him for getting a tad annoyed.

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In the same sense, someone who works in a shop should expect to be recorded by customers... since, ultimately, they pay the staffs wages.

 

 

No need. If you work in a supermarket, almost all your working day is on CCTV. Many factories also have cameras on production areas.

Why should public sector workers be treated any differently.

 

If Traffic Wardens have nothing to hide, why should they object to being filmed.Everyone else walking the same street is on at least one CCTV.

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This was another knowledgable pillar of the society in a uniform, who knew they were right and the film maker was wrong. Only problem is he wqs right and they were wrong.

 

Watch this video and pay particular attention to the WPC and how certain she is that it is an offence and how determined she is to make something out of nothing.

 

I would get the right hump if I appeared on road wars or police interceptors, just so they can become TV stars using the old 'he is filming in a public place' excuse, so I have zero sympathy for any police or council employee when they are then filmed in a public place.

 

This is one of my favourite videos ever.

 

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Great video. Shows they become battle axes the minute they get a chance.


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I do hold with the public having a duty to ensure that public servants perform their jobs lawfully and correctly. In a land where the state films you about 300 times a day on average making your own records in a public place is only equitable and fair. And some would say necessary. if they have nothing to hide they have nothing to fear. :)

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