About Us

Nice 1 Ltd are a team of  professionals with prior experience in business & law enforcement. Our aim is to raise public awareness about the true picture of policing and crime, through in depth analysis of trends & public domain statistics & the challenges of policing in the UK.

We are grateful for the kind support of serving, retired & former police officers & civilian staff, Government departments & recognised information agencies. Our two non commercial blogs are http://thinbluelineuk.blogspot.com supporting frontline police officers and http://carcrimeuk.blogspot.com, raising public awareness about crime levels in the UK.

This site has been created to raise consumer awareness about crime and the tough challenges faced by the rank and file police officers - hence its title "The Thin Blue Line"


We have a huge amount of sympathy & support for the front line copper in the UK today.

The vast majority of Officers do an excellent job, in extremely difficult job in increasingly challenging circumstances. One of the aims of this site is to draw public attention to some of these circumstances, by highlighting some of the anomolies and disparities in crime and police policy.

"Wasting Police Time" , "Perverting The Course Of Justice" and "Diary of an On-Call Girl" are books written by a real front line police officers forced to write under pseudonyms to protect their careers. They each present shocking pictures of life in our society at the sharp end. It's a world where teenage yobs terrorise old folks, drunken couples beat each other up in front of their children and drug-addicted burglars and muggers roam free.

Check out the Bookshelf link on the home page. We have not agreed to receive any proceeds from sales.

The authors, Inspector Gadget, PC Copperfield, & PC Bloggs reveal how millions of pounds in taxpayers' money is wasted and frittered away while the thin blue line is crushed under the burden of mad, politically correct bureaucracy, as crime statistics are fiddled shamelessly and crime spirals ever upwards.

The result is that policing and crime does not get the attention and funding it really needs from local government. The guys on the front line face the harsh reality of our society every day, with less resources and increased bureaucracy making the job more difficult than it should be.

We agree with the commonly voiced opinions of Officers we speak to on a regular basis. "If the MOP knew what was really going in in the police service, they would be horrified".

The purpose of this site is to highlight the problems by publishing alternative analysis' of crime information and data, supported by the real experiences of Officers in the field.


Sterling efforts to communicate the extent and nature of the problem, continue to be made by anonymous contributing officers around the UK. However, these officers face potential exposure and the subsequent underlying threats to their career prospects.


Whilst a policeman hosting a blog may be pressured into ceasing his activity, or worse, facing a lawsuit from his employer, there are still routes that may be taken to get the information into the public arena.

Posts on this site are appreciated, and contributors may use a nickname or screen name should they wish. We also welcome any suggestions on how we may improve the site for your use and the better appreciation of the reading public and media.

We completely understand if you feel you have a valid contribution to make, yet feel concerned about disclosing your identity. Please read the "legal stuff" disclaimer in the link at the top right of this page for guidance.

Properly supported and promoted, "The Thin Blue Line" and your contributions will create some contraversy and stimulate debate. It is often through contraversy that real change can be achieved.

"The Thin Blue Line" welcomes contributions from serving, retired or former officers, police civilian staff and anyone with information or comment to support the cause.

Whether you, the reader are from the police, the judiciary, a government department or a concerned member of the public, you are welcome to explore these pages, read the posts, click the links in the panel to the right & watch the videos on this site for more information.

We are proud to publicly support our front line police officers in their fight against crime. In this small way we will bring important, previously suppressed aspects of crime and policing to the attention of the public, the media and the powers that be.

"All that's necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke (British Statesman and Philosopher 1729-1797)

We hope you enjoy reading & contributing to the site.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Kind Regards

The Crime Analysis Team

Nice 1 Limited

Nice 1 Ltd have a growing consumer following, via access to over 2000 UK insurance brokers, motor manufacturers, dealers and finance companies. There are 60 million people in the UK & 34 million licensed vehicles on the roads.


Anonymous said...

Its time for the public to really know what goes in the police service. Senior ranks waste our money over 'partnership' lunches and building empires. Start reducing the chiefs so the indian's can get on with what we joined up for. How can a PC with limited educational background end up earning £1000k + a year.

hugochelsea said...

Excellent analysis of a range of interlinked issues, that bedevil policing in UK.
Particularly, lack of leadership in Police Service at Senior Level.No empathy for ' foot soldiers'. financial rewards for 'crime Reduction' does not serve public or officers.
Very pleased to be associated with you guys.

Anonymous said...

Just discovered your blog which I found useful containing a balanced mix of useful articles.
Following James Patrick's withdrawal of his whistleblowing claim, I have decided to publish my own story and hopefully give some useful guidance and advice on the way to assist others who may be going through what I went through. There will be two blogs, the first is goodcopdown.wordpress.com and twitter @GoodCopDown

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