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messageCommotion in sainsburys dulwich (school kids)
Posted by sweetgirl March 13, 05:09PM

Just witnessed school kids getting cuffed and searched at Sainsbury's dog kennel hill. Not sure why....
It looks like a passing pedestrian has then been walking & collapsed having a seizure. Police were in attendance.

Hope all ends well

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by Bic Basher March 13, 05:57PM

It wouldn't be the first time school children have been arrested at Sainsbury's since Charter opened.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by dbboy March 13, 06:06PM

Well they'll have some explaining to do to their parents and will have a story for the playground on Monday morning. Which ever school it is, sure not to be impressed.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by nivag March 14, 06:29AM

Bic Basher Wrote:
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> It wouldn't be the first time school children have
> been arrested at Sainsbury's since Charter opened.

Lol cause William Penn was so much better before it...

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by Angelina March 14, 07:28AM

Cuffing children?
That's extreme.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by vic.ham March 14, 07:35AM

There was a mugging in the carpark around that time.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by JohnL March 14, 09:11AM

In the US (TV shows anyway) the schools have an attached police officer who deals with child incidents.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by seenbeen March 14, 11:26AM

Angelina Wrote:
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> Cuffing children?
> That's extreme.

You would be surprised at what they can be like- especially when they see a uniform. After all a lot of them feel they have something to prove to their mates- I've been in Starbucks when they are there and most of them are the size of fully grown adults.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by singalto March 14, 04:55PM

JohnL, Charter has a dedicated police officer but he doesn’t follow children into Sainsbury’s...

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by sillywoman March 15, 12:11PM

Bic Basher Wrote:
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> It wouldn't be the first time school children have
> been arrested at Sainsbury's since Charter opened.

What an utterly ridiculous comment!!

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by JohnL March 15, 12:13PM

singalto Wrote:
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> JohnL, Charter has a dedicated police officer but
> he doesn’t follow children into Sainsbury’s...

LOL - thats what happens when your experience is TV shows (no experience of schools whatsoever)

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by sweetgirl March 15, 12:40PM

singalto Wrote:
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> JohnL, Charter has a dedicated police officer but
> he doesn’t follow children into Sainsbury’s...



I've seen the officer, he hangs outside the chicken shop with the kids!

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by alice March 15, 12:41PM

Where else should he be?

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by Romnarz March 15, 01:26PM

Why charter? we have a large population children at the 'wonderful' private schools. Statistically more likely to be them ?

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by pearl1 March 15, 02:41PM

Actually, it was a fairly large group of Charter kids. Looked like year 10's. I was going to get a coffee but they were so lary in Starbucks,I left.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by KidKruger March 15, 03:57PM

I don't understand how first poster mentioned a commotion and 2nd poster identified Charter pupils as being responsible.
Not sure what I missed, but how does first post identify or specify Charter - or did both posters witness the commotion and one of them identified Charter pupils at that time ?

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by sweetgirl March 15, 06:06PM

KidKruger Wrote:
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> I don't understand how first poster mentioned a
> commotion and 2nd poster identified Charter pupils
> as being responsible.
> Not sure what I missed, but how does first post
> identify or specify Charter - or did both posters
> witness the commotion and one of them identified
> Charter pupils at that time ?



Just to clarify they were charter pupils.
I also took a few pics which I haven't shared.
These are no doubt children of parents who can possibly try & justify this by using the race card.
I spoke to a pupil I know in charter & she recognises them from her school.

I don't know what took place prior to the police arriving but I am sick & tired of police being blamed for doing their jobs!

This is purely my opinion & I refuse to get into a huge debate about my opinion

I myself am a person of colour!

BTW, I can't see how the second poster has said they were charter pupils!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was march 15, 06:07pm by sweetgirl.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by carlafindle March 15, 06:18PM

yawn.

messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by Misslayton March 15, 08:44PM

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messageRe: Commotion in sainsburys dulwich
Posted by Bic Basher March 19, 02:47AM

sillywoman Wrote:
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> Bic Basher Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > It wouldn't be the first time school children
> have
> > been arrested at Sainsbury's since Charter
> opened.
>
> What an utterly ridiculous comment!!

Hardly ridiculous that anti-social behaviour has increased around Sainsbury's and the immediate area around East Dulwich station since Charter opened nearby after school.

I'm not against the school being located where it is, but there are clear issues around behaviour of pupils once school ends which needs to be addressed when they all finally return to school later this year.


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