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#287936 - 30th Jan 2009 5:42pm mersey tunnel
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Police out in force on tunnel stop and checking vehicle docs and all passengers in vehicles are checked out to by government officials
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#287968 - 30th Jan 2009 8:08pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: kimpri]
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cheers for letting us know

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#287977 - 30th Jan 2009 8:52pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: Tony_1985]
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wow nice 1 dude wink
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#287978 - 30th Jan 2009 8:57pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: Pete_Robbo]
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yeah its called band of gold or some shit like that, they are making out they`re catching criminals when really they`re looking to cash in on vehicles and causing misery for imigrants!

Get a proper job you bunch of gits!
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#287979 - 30th Jan 2009 9:02pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: _Ste_]
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Band of gold, ring of steel, whatever. More like chocolate starfish wink
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#287980 - 30th Jan 2009 9:11pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: scoops]
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yeah.

Retards pulled me last year, gave me a fine and called me stupid for watchin a dvd whilst drivin???

It was my missus that was watching a dvd! mad

if it had of been me, i would of ran the soft git over Duhh!! no

I still aint paid the fine and never will, its gone from £30 - £190 upto now and do you know what? it can carry on goin up, i don`t give a toss, i aint paying it mad--V

Like i said, bunch of money grabbing scammers !


OH! And WTF is the difference between SAT NAV and a DVD anyway?

I rest my case! snob

SCAMMERS!
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#287990 - 30th Jan 2009 9:35pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: _Ste_]
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did no one listen to the radio this morning. big crack down right accross merseyside. all law enforcement types are involved, tunnel, rail, airport, road police and customs are after who ever they think are up any sort of crimimal activity as well as catching anybody who has not got the correct paperwork for a car


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#288015 - 31st Jan 2009 12:14am Re: mersey tunnel [Re: jimbob]
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I know its a bit late in the day but this is what has been going on

Police join forces for regional crackdown on criminals

Today (Friday, 30 January) officers are joining forces across the North West to crackdown on criminals who use the transport system to commit crime or engage in anti-social behaviour.

Nearly 600 officers from Merseyside Police, Lancashire Constabulary, North Wales Police, Cheshire Constabulary, British Transport Police, Mersey Tunnels Police, the Port of Liverpool Police and the North West Regional Motorway Policing Group will be working together on a coordinated strike against criminals using the region's roads, ports, railways and Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Officers are out in force using Automatic Number Plate Reconition (ANPR) technology to detect criminals using the roads in Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales and Lancashire. The main focus of this strand of the operation is against illegal motorists and those who use the roads to carry out acquisitive crime including burglary, theft and car crime. ANPR is a valuable tool which recognises stolen vehicles and illegal motorists so that officers can get them off the road fast.

Metal-detecting arches

Metal-detecting safety arches are being used at ports, bus and railway stations across the region to stop criminals who are carrying weapons. Officers also have metal-detecting gloves and wands at their disposal to check that passengers are not armed. There is high visibility patrolling at these stations and police support for bus and railway staff (e.g. during ticket checks).

Stop checks of boats using the Port of Liverpool are targeting the transportation of controlled drugs and weapons.

The high visibility operation will ensure that the strong arm of the law is felt by criminals and would-be offenders across the region.

Reducing their ability to commit crime

Assistant Chief Constable Simon Byrne of Merseyside Police said: "Part of our Total War on Crime involves disrupting criminals' lives as much as we can. This operation is focusing on the transport system because restricting a criminal's ability to travel is a very effective way of reducing their ability to commit crime.

"Anti-social behaviour on the bus and railway network is also unacceptable and we are sending a clear message that it will not be tolerated.

"By working together with our neighbouring forces and the roads, railways and maritime police we expect to achieve even better results and to cast an even wider net over the region's criminals."





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#288031 - 31st Jan 2009 1:09am Re: mersey tunnel [Re: jonno40]
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GO TO POLICE ALONG BOROUGH RD IN LOCAL News FORUM 23 JAN 09...
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#288035 - 31st Jan 2009 1:27am Re: mersey tunnel [Re: jonno40]
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GO TO POLICE ALONG BOROUGH RD IN LOCAL News FORUM 23 JAN 09...
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#288037 - 31st Jan 2009 4:37am Re: mersey tunnel [Re: kimpri]
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I seen the tunnel police when i was heading over to liverpool the other day, a few were standing by the barriers that lift up to let u pass once you paid. I wasn't stoped though or see anyone get stoped at the time so was wondering what they were doing.

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#288046 - 31st Jan 2009 8:48am Re: mersey tunnel [Re: Pomp]
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The A41 was crawling with them the other day, not just the usual stop checks at Carlett Park!! Saw the tunnel police on the barriers, they are there every so often, normally tax disc checks and quick visuals on cars!
We are turning into a police state now, and its against the easy targets, drivers! Soft touch for an easy life police force, go catch REAL criminals, break into a sweat (not just thinking about it!!), need the excersise!!!!
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#288100 - 31st Jan 2009 2:30pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: hoseman]
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But the point is they are after real criminals... the criminals who usually get away with whatever they do on a regular and daily basis. Nothing angers me more than people who think they can drive on our roads without Insurance or Tax....if they smash into me, Id chase them down and find where they live etc...

Just because they dont break into houses or kill people, doesnt mean they arent committing serious crimes.

My brothers just joined the Police, and aving heard the things that AudiTastic used to say, I have the greatest respect for the Police.

If for just one day, the police decided to shut up shop, and not do a single thing... then wed see how people react hahahahaha..

If you abide by the law, live a long and happy life, then what have you to fear/hate from the police?????
Sick and tired of hearing that Generic view... like listening to Sheep.
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#288106 - 31st Jan 2009 3:52pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: MGCraig]
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Craig your a spring chicken!

Your time will come!

In the meantime checkout the band i posted in the music section `the airbourne toxic event`
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#288121 - 31st Jan 2009 4:44pm Re: mersey tunnel [Re: _Ste_]
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Beware! Any other country did this amount of monitoring!!

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