Exclusive: Ethical Policing in Victoria

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Exclusive: Ethical Policing in Victoria

By Melbourne National Review

Acting Senior Sergeant Krystle Mitchell is a sworn member of the Victoria Police in Australia. She has served Victorians for 16 years as a police officer including 6 years at Professional Standards Command – the division responsible for investigating police misconduct, corruption, discrimination and freedom of information, referring investigations to the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) where appropriate.

Acting Senior Sergeant Mitchell cites ethical conflicts as the reason for speaking publicly about conduct of Victoria Police officers, their Chief Commissioner – Shane Patton, their Minister – the Hon. Lisa Neville MP, and ultimately their Premier – the Hon. Daniel Andrews MP. She feels she can no longer remain silent with the division between police and community is growing, and totally ignored by the leadership of both the police and government.

Despite a promise to focus on ‘Community Policing’ and ‘Back to Basics’ policing by Shane Patton, Acting Senior Sergeant Mitchell has witnessed the opposite trajectory during the Covid-19 pandemic and is reminding her colleagues that ultimately they will individually be held accountable for their actions, and are still subject to s 462A of the Crimes Act 1958 (Vic) which forbids the disproportionate use of force.

She is also calling for Victoria Police to remain consistent to the values, ethics and decision making frameworks (such as SELF) that it used to demand of its members a mere 2 years ago.


Here’s what others had to say:

imyourdoctor
This was good. Its a real shame she’s resigning, we need critical thinkers in the force.
Btw no one should resign because of the vaccine mandate. Allow your employer to initiate your termination.

WE GOT A PROBLEM
Massive Respect for speaking out. More need to follow suit

Richard Weston
Why can’t sensible, wise, kind, intelligent and fair humans like this make it into true positions of power? Herein lies the main issue with our heavy corrupted democratic process. Onya Krystle, you’re an absolute champion ✊🏼

J P
This woman possesses a rare quality in today’s world. INTEGRITY.

miss pris
Just brilliant. A great interview with an absolute legend. She made me laugh and cry. Wish her all the best in this brave journey she has embarked on. 💪🙏❤

Yvonne J
A police person with integrity. It is very sad that she is resigning. I wish you success in your future endeavors Krystle and you have my respect.

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