Youths question cops after being led into East End police cell
IT WAS all part of the fun when Bethnal Green police station held an open day. The real criminals were away attending the local magistrates court while 200 visitors looked round the police station off Roman Road
ABOVE: YOUNGSTERS got a taste of life behind bars when they were led into a police cell in London’s East End when they spent a day down at the nick to see what it’s like when you’re locked up...
BELOW: But some kids got the chance to try on a copper’s peak cap and sit at the wheel of a supped up squad car, like eight-year-old George Mcfarlana...
By Kelly Virdee
IT WAS all part of the fun when Bethnal Green police station held an open day on Saturday.
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The real criminals were away attending the local magistrates’ court while more than 200 visitors looked round the police station off Roman Road. The youngsters even got their fingerprints taken.
It gave people a chance to find out what a police station is like, without having their collar felt, and being able grill officers with questions rather than the other way round.
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