Perth: to protect and serve ... ideology

Police Union angry at "political correctness gone mad" on naming offenders' race
Officers can no longer use details such as a suspect's nationality, race or religion when seeking public help.

Instead, they have been told to say if the person is light or dark skinned.

WA Police Union president Russell Armstrong wants the rule overturned ...

Mr Armstrong said using "scant descriptions" made it harder to catch criminals ...

Police spokesman Insp Bill Munnee defended the rule.

"The continued use of ethnic descriptors enforces stereotypes, does not promote understanding between cultures, damages police-community relationships and is not considered a sound investigatory practice," Insp Munnee said.
File under: high ethnic crime rates give immigrants and diversity ideology a bad name; hide reality to protect feelings of immigrants and reputation of ideology at the expense of solving crimes; public safety is compromised; go figure.

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