svp, un peu de politesse Monsieur le policier…

motard

Tard dans la soirée d’hier, j’ai été contrôlé par des motards de la police, contrôle de routine…
Mais ma famille et moi même ont été surpris par le langage utilise par ce policier dans l’exercice de ses fonctions. Il était très rude comme si une mouche l’avait piquée! Point de politesse ou de courtoisie.
Il faut quand même faire ressortir : Tous les membres de la force policière ne se comportent pas aussi mal. En vérité, c’est la première fois que j’ai croise le chemin d’un policier avec un grand problème au niveau sa façon de communiquer. Une brebis galleuse surement, très probablement “the black sheep” of the

Tard dans la soirée d’hier, j’ai été controlé par des motards de la police, controle de routine…

Mais ma famille et moi même ont été surpris par le langage utilisé par ce policier dans l’exercice de ses fonctions. Il était très rude comme si une mouche l’avait piquée!

Politesse et courtoisie = 0.

Il faut quand même faire ressortir : Tous les membres de la force policière ne se comportent pas aussi mal. En vérité, c’est la première fois que j’ai croisé le chemin d’un policier avec un grand problème au niveau sa façon de communiquer. Etait-il “le petit vilain canard” de la force policière?

Etre poli, c’est la moindre des choses, surtout si vous représentez la loi et en contacte directe avec la population…

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  • Dvil

    wer b la police en tas pena maniere meme ladan.. et pire kan to ask zot ene service ena fois zot exaspere et zot faire kumadir to p mari deranz zot la..mais bon tension toi aussi banla poursuiv toi yashvin et to bizin amene 10 avocats : / parski pas gagne droit critik la police dan pays la

  • Zuzu

    i suppose your car was good, meaning he cant extract a ‘ti dithee’ from you, thts y the rude manners
    xD

  • Avishna

    eh wi not all of them are rude. i was controlled once, the policemen were cute, polite, and indicated the road to me ( pa ti p tro conne cimer. le comble they spoke french to me :D.

    Pas de Bol Yashwin, change your head!

  • @Zuzu : Yeah. you guessed it right, my car has no problems 😛

    @Avishna : As I said, till now, this is the first time I came across one like this.

  • yiu

    maybe he fought with his wife 😀 …. 😉

  • ASL

    Agreed…parfoi ena policier fer toi gagne ner :@ ek zot ban parol ki zot servi deja ki to pe preC et ki zot p tard toi.

    Parfois to kav baT zot tou…mai nu respect zot kan mem zot manier kauZ dan bez kauz zot ban hommes de loi mai sa pa veudir ki zot cav fer seki zot envi ek dimoun.

    Franchement, la plipart policier pena manier :S

  • xxxxxxx

    hi guys well il say that fo pa generaliser koz ena bane policiers fer zote wrk bien mai karmeme smtimes ena bane tete bruler…akoz 1 tomate gater tous gagne bezer!!

  • Good examples can be found @ casernes itself et non pas sur la route.. I had to do reverse and parking in order to complete test for driving license..

    These policemen are completely rough as if they come from the jungle..Bluntly speaking, even animals have respect for their species

    If possible you need to report this on radio+ or top FM and let people give their views.. this issue needs to be raised. If policemen are meant to show courtesy which they are skipping, how can they reform people???

  • xxxxxxx

    but let me tel u ki bane nouvo recruit ki p releve bane ancien ki p suive sa chemin la. nepli kouma avan ie bane policier severe and ki pa prnd bribe, koz kan 1 haute grader p train sa bane nouvo ek 1 certaine severiter, bane nouvo la critik bane ancien and even tel that ki bane ancien matirise zote… but its not martiriser its just discipline ki p montrer zote ek si bane nouvo pane apran sa sa mem resulta ki zote p trouver nowdays….
    if u wana be a police man u have to know all the laws and apply the laws not going against them and also use the power given to u in a proper way..

  • Bernardo

    Can we know what he has told you? With all due respect, it’s hard for a 3rd party to judge if the policeman was rude or it was just your opinion or perspective?

  • I am not asking anyone to judge lol, its just a personal experience.

    The way he spoke, that’s all that I can say lol.

    Firstly, any other police officers who stopped me earlier said at least “Bonsoir, un controle de routine monsieur. Teigne ou machine et ou license svp.” with a smile.

    But this one : “He waived his small torch light (the red ones used currently), I drove my car to the side of the road and he told me “LICENCE”.

    That’s only the welcoming message 😛 LOL.

  • Bhooks

    Abe mo ir si sa ler la to ti pu dir li “Bonsoir Monsieur”. Li ti pu reponn twa. Tonn tro amerde. Letan linn greet twa ar “LISANS” :)))

  • Bhooks

    Never had this issue till now. 3 check de routine a mon actif

  • Mike

    I know what you mean. Lots still to do in that area in this country. The problem is that in certain services they have not been trained to understand that they are at public service. So they wear an official responsibility like it was self power over others. Sometimes you can experience the same on buses with controllers etc. It all comes down to training and a change in mentality. It will take another generation before .MU catches up on the international norms.

  • vim

    Hmmm i know wats his problem… LOoOl Bribe him!! 😛 Maybe he is trying to ask 4 it in a certain way coz almost all of these motor dogs are like dat!! :S

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  • Mike

    This reminds me that there is a new Police Strategy being implemented but it will take time for it to be fully integrated. Basically, the Police Force is being taught to change it’s image of a FORCE to that of a SERVICE to the public. Hopefully, this will include how to correctly communicate with the public.