Woke Police Allowing Criminals to 'Self-Identify' Up to 67 Genders
Critics say move 'corrupts data'
British police forces are allowing criminals to self-identify their gender for official records, reports say.
Across England and Wales, police are allowing criminals to choose what gender they are on official documents.
Critics have slammed the revelation, saying that it “corrupts data” if you allow criminals to note down their gender as being “non-binary” or “unknown and unspecified.”
As The Telegraph reports:
At least nine forces across the two British nations allow criminals to be recorded as either “non-binary” or “unknown and unspecified”, with force spokesmen reportedly telling the newspaper they recognise as many as 67 different genders.
This is despite the fact that forces are reportedly highly reliant on such data for the purposes of spotting trends as well as formulating future policy, with some commentators warning that such a method for recording could jeopardise this information gathering.
“If police stop someone going 90mph in a 50mph zone, but they only identify as going at 47mph, we would find that laughable,” said Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner Lisa Townsend.
“So to not collect accurate data about someone’s sex — not their gender — is ludicrous.”
“We are in danger of going into a scenario where, rather than policing for the victim and the public, we are policing for the potential criminal,” she continued.
The commissioner denounced the “ludicrous” approach of some forces as corrupting valuable data.
While the gender policies of the British police may seem extreme, they pale in comparison to those of the country’s Civil Service.
For example, while some British police forces may recognize up to 67 different genders, over 100 different genders are said to be recognized by Whitehall.
It is also reportedly acceptable for people to change their identification daily as whistleblowers.
There is also a specific internal organization for mandarins who “self-identify as transgender, transsexual, non-binary, gender fluid, genderqueer, gender variant, cross-dresser, genderless, third gender or bigender, and intersex” called "a:gender."
“My colleagues and I were informed by HR that there are over 100 recognized gender identities in the Civil Service as staff is permitted to self identify their gender without any medical input and regardless of biological sex,” one insider is reported as saying regarding the internal state of the Civil Service, Britain’s permanent bureaucracy.
Another insider complained that they were spending “20 percent” of their “corporate work time on this crap” despite being hired to work on British trade policy.