The accountability of South Yorkshire Police’s Rotherham district officers seems to be growing less and less by the day. Members of the public who are contacting Rotherham police officer Chief Superintendent Jason Harwin via Twitter to ask why there was a discrepancy in how they treated one allegation against the singer Cliff Richard, and how they treat the Islamic Rape Gangs in Rotherham, are allegedly finding that their tweets are being blocked by Chief Superintendent Harwin.
For one vague allegation against Cliff Richard, dating from 1985, South Yorkshire Police bombed down South mob-handed in order to search a house that Mr Richard didn’t even own at the time when the alleged offence took place. However, when it comes to the Islamic Rape Gangs that are still raping, abusing and torturing non-Muslim children and young women in Rotherham, South Yorkshire Police are seemingly not bothered. The police in Rotherham must know, or at least suspect, the identities of those who make up these Islamic Rape Gangs and their locations. The question needs to be asked why the Rotherham Police are not kicking in the doors of these rape suspects and bringing them to trial. Since the revelation that Muslims had raped 1,400 non-Muslim children and young women, there have been no less than 25 additional allegations of sexual exploitation by Islamic Rape Gangs.
Why is there little or no action on this matter by South Yorkshire Police? I can understand a lack of visible action if a sexual exploitation case was in its really early stages, and the police were dealing with a very frightened victim, who may be worried about retribution from the rape gang. However these are not very new cases, these Islamic Rape Gangs have been operating for at least 14 years. I cannot believe that all of these cases are in the early stages of investigation. What are the police there doing? Are they hoping that the public’s attention will turn away from Rotherham and the police can get back to their normal existence acting as motoring revenue enforcers and jumped up glorified diversity officers?
Well, I have some news for Chief Superintendent Harwin and the rest of the sorry excuses for police officers under his command. This matter is NOT going to go away, for a police force to sit on their hands and allow Islamic Rape Gangs to clock up a four figure victim count and only bring a few of these savages to justice is inexcusable. The public, who I would like to remind Chief Supt Harwin, pay our police officers very handsomely indeed expect a proper policing service, untainted by the effects of corruption or political correctness.
The proritisation of different crimes is a legitimate question for the public to ask of our police officers and for Chief Supt Harwin to block Twitter communications from those who are asking about those policing priorities is arrogant in the extreme.
Chief Supt Jason Harwin should not be allowed to forget what has happened, and continues to happen on his patch. We the people should continually contact him on this matter and politely remind him what Islamic Rape Gangs have done to Rotherham and ask why so much effort was put into the Cliff Richard allegation but virtually no effort has been put into tracking down the Islamic Rape Gangs?
I would most strongly urge all my readers to contact Chief Supt Harwin, by any means necessary, to demand action and accountability. I will be sending him a copy of this blog post in order to inform him that many of us are still angry, and still want our police forces to do some proper policing for a change.
Chief Superintendent Harwin joined South Yorkshire police in 1992, and he has been connected to this force for 30 years. Therefore there is zero excuse for him not knowing what has been going on in Rotherham as regards Islamic Rape Gangs. I note that Chief Supt Harwin is a firearms officer for South Yorkshire Police. If he can be around the North and North East in a police capacity for 3 decades, and not be aware of thousands of girls being raped, then personally I’m not sure that I would trust such a person with a firearm, in fact, I probably wouldn’t trust him to sit the right way round on a toilet seat.
If you want to contact Chief Superintendent Jason Harwin and politely tell him what you think of his blocking of communicaitons from concerned members of the public, and the general situation in Rotherham, then these are the methods which you can use.
Email: Unfortunately South Yorkshire Police seem to be very shy when it comes to publishing email addresses, I can’t think why can you? It might be worth a punt to add Chief Supt Harwin’s name to the SYP address like so:
I’ve tried this one and didn’t get a bounce-back so it may well be a working email address. If you want to see my email to Chief Supt Harwin below his Biography below.
Telephone: Main SYP switchboard (ask for Supt Jason Harwin)
You might also like to consider calling the police’s 101 number, if you are a Rotherham resident and report that there have been 1,400 sex attacks in Rotherham for which the suspects have not yet been apprehended. .
Bio of Chief Supt Harwin
“I am delighted to return to Rotherham as the District Commander and look forward to building on the success of the district in keeping the public safe.”
“I return to Rotherham having led the Yorkshire and Humber response to the Olympic Torch. Whilst challenging, the feedback from the public has been superb and this operation provides real regional opportunities for the future.”
“In terms of my career in South Yorkshire Police, I joined in December 1992, serving at Ecclesfield before joining the Task Force, where I was a firearms officer and a member of the public order training team.”
“From there I was promoted to Sergeant and went to Woodseats as a response Sergeant. I was then seconded to work with the Senior Command Team on the Open all hours project, which was the catalyst for the Community Service Teams and our Neighbourhood Policing structures.”
“I was promoted to Inspector in 2004 and went to Barnsley as the SNA Inspector for Royston and Cudworth. From there I went into Personnel as the lead for SPP, HPDS and general career development and from there i was promoted to Chief Inspector and made my first appearance at Rotherham having responsibility for Ops and the Safer Neighbourhoods.”
“As Superintendent I led the Force Mobile Information Programme and then the Diamond Programme.”
“Whilst the service faces many challenges, I love coming to work. It is still one of the jobs that you
Fahrenheit 211 email to Chief Superintendent Harwin
Dear Chief Superintendent Harwin,
You seem to be a little shy about publicising your email address so I hope this address works.
There is growing public concern about how the police in Rotherham have handled the recent, and ongoing Islamic Grooming Gang cases.
Many people are attempting to ask you, via Twitter the following question:
Why did South Yorkshire Police go so overboard on the operation to search the home of Mr Cliff Richard but appear to be doing very little to sort out the problems with Islamic Grooming Gangs that quite frankly infest your policing area.
I would be grateful if you could provide me, and my readers, with a coherent answer.