Tuesday, November 14, 2006


Ok im getting more and more slack at updating this. Its literally been months!!!
Well whats new??
I'm applying to become a TP (Test Purchaser) which will mean 2 things. The job role involved being undercover and basically buying drugs/stolen goods, or being a target to potential criminals.
Unfortunetely this will mean i shall have to stop posting on here due to the nature of the role, but until then..
The excitement has continued.
Having no case load, and a free roam of our area to work according to intel and taskings has seen some great proactive arrests, pursuits (including one which someone recorded and i saw on youtube!!!) and plenty more operations with the drugs team surveillaince teams and plenty more.
I have received a commendation from my area commander for my efforts!!
I will soon be senior member of my team as two of my team are soon to be away with the ARV.
This will come with plenty of responsibilty which i cannot wait to take on board.
I'll be planning operations, warrants, deciding who to target and when. I have so many ideas to drive forwards!!!
Watch this space.

Saturday, April 22, 2006


Well i'm starting to settle down into a routine on my new team and starting to get somewhere now.
My arrest rate has started to get back up. I had one where an offender made of after nicking a pair of sunglasses. I had a plain car and was in plain clothes, saw the bloke and went for him. about 200 metres later he was knackered and sweating away and just gave up!
Another one again in the trusty plain car someone made of on a pushbike. I jumped out the car and legged it after him, catching him and pulling him of his bike at full speed. Nicked him then found i had knackered my thumb, which has now put me on light duties!!
Still the guy was wanted for a rape, GBH and deception. Worth it in the end!!
I'm finally contented in my job role, and am happy in work everyday........(real police will know what i mean)

Friday, April 14, 2006


Ok so how lazy am i?
I just cannot seem to find the time to constantly update this inbetween all my busy shifts, working hard trying to right my community and lock up all the baddies....
I'm really starting to settle down into my new department, we've been heading up an operation against Class A drug dealing.
I've had my eyes opened to serveillance, drugs teams and of course the great fun when a strike is called and we all rush in for the kill!!!(or arrest should i say)
I've seen more drugs than i've ever seen in my life, over 2 kilo's of crack and a kilo of heroin in one raid, 10 kilos of cannabis in another,and over $8000 cash seized in another.
What tops the lot for my department though is the absolute lack of paperwork, as we dont take on investiagtions.
Having just completed my driving course i've been tearing around putting my new blue light skills to the test, and after a couple close calls am starting to settle down into a safe style of driving.
i'm really justtrying to summerise what i've been doing and those have been the main exciting bits!!
Sayingthat i havent mentioned the plain clothes operations, pursuit of a moped and a short foot pursuit and scuffle with a drug dealer.
I love my job!!!

Friday, January 13, 2006


Well its been quite a few months since i last updated on here, mainly because of lack of internet access at home and also for lack of effort to keep typing after every shift.
Well whats happened since i last posted on here???
Not a lot to be quite honest.
I've continued to deal with the crazy people of the area i work in having a few fun vehicle and foot pursuits.
I've had mountains of arrests, most which to no avail as going past custody sgts then CPS then Court and expecting your case not to be thrown out somewhere along the line is like throwing a box of eggs at a house and expecting them to be intact when you retrieve the box!!!
I have decided to change tact and go after the bigger fish.
For the well known drug dealers and thieves i've become a sworn enemy as im always there. One dealer who calls himself biggie, i had the pleasure of nicking on his christmas day for being a twoccer then the following day which happened to be his birthday (yes i did wish him happy birthday before nicking him!!) for possession of naughty drugs.
He now realises its not fun to open his front door and see me smiling at him, or to pull into his road and see me waiting for him, or when he goes to see his 'friends' (drug runners) i'm lurking nearby watching him.
To further my quest in getting back at those who believe the law doesnt apply to them and as my force so nicely states "deal in death" i am changing department from the lowly lows of shift work which every police officer will tell you is fun exciting with a great team spirit and real sense of direction(apart from every monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday..........) to a problem solving intelligence led department known in my area as the BAT TEAM.
Well enough rambling, i will update with some more real life policing stories shortly.
I'm currently finishing up a night shift and writing this is all that keeps me from
a) falling asleep
b)losing the will to live
c)going home to sleep and forget all about policing.