The promotion board will be visiting the Gasforth police station and Grim and Fowler are the most likely candidates. When Grim tells Fowler that they usually go for family men, Fowler proposes to Christmas comes to Gasforth and Goody intends to try again with Habib by giving her some sexy underwear for Christmas. He also buys Fowler a puncture repair kit. Unfortunately, he mixes up the Dawkins is furiously jealous of Fowler's admiration for Habib, albeit as star of his pub quiz team. That worsens when CID needs her as sexy, secret bait for a 'honey trap'. Alas for Fowler, that part The IMDb editors are anxiously awaiting these delayed movies. Check out what we'll be watching in
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The " thin blue line " is a term that typically refers to the concept of the police as the line which keeps society from descending into violent chaos. The phrase originated as an allusion to the British infantry regiment The Thin Red Line during the Crimean War in , wherein the regiment of Scottish Highlanders—wearing red uniforms—famously held off a Russian cavalry charge. The term is derived from the Thin Red Line , a formation of the 93rd Highland Regiment of Foot of the British Army at the Battle of Balaclava in , in which the Scottish Highlanders stood their ground against a Russian cavalry charge. The name is now used for firefighters today. In the book Lawtalk , James Clapp and Elizabeth Thornburg say the term spread to other professions, e. In the poem, the phrase is used to refer to the United States Army , alluding both to the Thin Red Line and to the fact that US Army soldiers wore blue uniforms from the eighteenth century through the nineteenth century. It is unknown when the term was first used to refer to police. New York police commissioner Richard Enright used the phrase in The Oxford English Dictionary records its use in by The Sunday Times referring to police presence at an anti-nuclear demonstration. By the early s, the term had spread to police departments across the United States.
Police departments struggled last year to respond evenhandedly to racial-justice and pro-police protests. Now the Capitol attack has put a spotlight on sympathies within police ranks toward right-wing extremists. January 14, Concerns about right-wing extremist groups recruiting police officers predate the presidency of Donald Trump. But the attack on the Capitol on Jan. Critics say police departments are biased in how they handle protests by right-wing groups that claim to be pro-police. Larger failures of imagination, added to biases of individual police officers, is part of what analysts say makes radicalization among officers possible. In its reporting to Congress it has lumped in antifa, an anti-fascist movement, with right-wing extremists like Boogaloos. But in recent years, lethal threats to law enforcement have primarily come from right-wing extremists.