Depends where. In the Basque Country the Guardia Civil is absolutely despised, and generates much more distrust than the police.
This is exactly how it's supposed to work, they have superiors. It's just that in general, the consequences for not doing your job are not that severe, if they are even applied.
all things that I didn't say or even imply but that is exactly why these threads and the people who post in them make me uncomfortable. These situation seem to be co-opted by crypto-commies to push an economic agenda of which I find wildly inappropriate.
See, the numbers correspond to letters in the alphabet.
Echo the above. Who cares about the asshole police, how is the lady doing? Was she able to get help? The article doesnt say anything and I am not finding anything online...
There's plenty of hierarchy, we've just reached the point where everyone in the hierarchy sustains the culture. Even the justice system helps maintain it and so does public perception. It's a quis custodiet ipsos custodes problem.
Don't be so cold, he might miss a raise or something. Imagine how devastating that could be to someone who is used to getting everything handed to him.
There was 50 confirmed people who work for the police in that group (not all of them participating in the problematic content), overall it had almost 3000 members (who don't work for the police). I don't know if it's exactly a huge number of officers (50 out of 7000), but of course even one racist cop is too much.
No one is saying everyone is the same, the idea is that cops always claim it's just some bad apples but they often never speak out against their fellow officers wrong doings and as a result are complacent so yes ACAB bub.