Crime "The requirement that I place in you, I also impose it on myself": Didier Lallement reframes the police

16:40  28 november  2020
16:40  28 november  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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Le préfet de police de Paris Didier Lallement lors d'un point presse après l'évacuation d'un camp de migrants à Saint-Denis, le 17 novembre 2020. © CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT The Paris police prefect Didier Lallement during a press point after the evacuation of a migrant camp in Saint-Denis, November 17, 2020. In a letter addressed to officials under his authority, the Paris police prefect this Saturday summons police officers to hold “the republican line”. The NGO Reporters Without Borders, for its part, announced that it had lodged a complaint against Didier Lallement for “unjustified violence” on Monday against journalists.

Does he feel called into question at the end of a week punctuated by revelations and videos of police violence, in the midst of a debate on the much contested "global security" law ? While the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, has been for a few days under fire from critics even within the majority, the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, has chosen to call to order his flock in a letter addressed to them and whose content AFP reveals this Saturday.

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Police constable: You were going in excess of 60, and this is a 30 zone. Man in car: I think you 're mistaken, constable. I was well within the speed limit. breaking and entering or burglary or theft (not robbery, as the crime took place in a private residence).

What do we read in this letter unveiled a few hours from a new demonstration, the "March of freedoms", against police violence and the security screwdriver, a time prohibited before being authorized Friday evening by the administrative justice? A sort of "republican" reframing and a call for the exemplary nature of the police. Or a mea culpa? "To deviate from the republican line which serves as our guide, this line which has illuminated the footsteps of our elders in the darkness of history, is to deny what we are, it is to undermine the pact of confidence that unites us to our fellow citizens, it means losing the sense of our mission, ”wrote Didier Lallement in a bombastic tone.

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I can barely cook a meal for myself , so I certainly couldn't cook for eight people. According to the reporter, such was the force of the blast, that the car was blown right across the street. I don't intend to stop trying for a career in the police force.

Hold "the republican line"

It must be said that between the videos of police violence during the evacuation of a camp of ephemeral migrants, Place de la République, Monday evening, and those of the beating of a black music producer by police officials in the 17th arrondissement, unveiled on Thursday, the outrage is strong against the succession of police blunders , for many not or little sanctioned . And the responsibility of the prefect is pointed out to even in the high political spheres. On Saturday, the NGO Reporters Without Borders announced in this regard that it had lodged a complaint against X and against Didier Lallement for "unjustified violence by the police" against journalists on Monday as well as for " to the exercise of freedom of expression ”. That evening, Brut's reporter, Rémy Busine, had been violently attacked by police officers.

"The requirement that I place on you, I impose it on myself too", he nevertheless defends himself in his letter, a call to hold "the republican line to the end". Didier Lallement wants to be able to "count on the probity, a sense of honor and ethics" of the police officers to whom he supports. And to conclude: “In the coming days, the next weeks […] there is no doubt that you will be confronted with difficulty, doubts, even anger or fear. However, I know that you will realize yourselves, as men and women of character ”. The night before, in a message on Facebook , Emmanuel Macron also called on the police "to respect the values ​​of the Republic and to ethics". A summons for "exemplary law enforcement".

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