Why don't the police want to detain foreigners? Stimulating multisectoral issues may also trigger diplomatic disputes

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Why don't the police want to detain foreigners? Stimulating multisectoral issues may also trigger diplomatic disputes

2019-08-07 00:25:30 123 ℃
< section > < section > < section > < section > < section > < section > < section > < p > < strong > Why do the police not want to detain foreigners < / strong > < / P > < / section > < / section > < / section > < / section > < section > < P > Recently, foreign students have become the hotspot of the network again, from the "heterosexual reading" incident of Shanda University to the traffic policemen pushing foreign students on the street in Fuzhou Nongdu University were lightly punished. Events, whether foreigners enjoy "super national treatment" in China, triggered a heated debate among netizens. As a former policeman of 12 years old, the author just wants to talk with you about why the policemen are unwilling to detain foreigners according to his own experience. In fact, there is only one reason:

bored, too TM bored.

Xiao Bise, the first case of administrative detention of Chinese people handled after the post reform of a general station is that I participated in the whole process and was responsible for it. Even the tickets for the final deportation were bought by me in Guangzhou. I'll show you the whole process of this case. You know how annoying it is to detain a foreigner TM. The case of

is actually very simple. A black brother with a false Guinea-Bissau passport entered the country from an air port in the South (used to write articles to the Sixth Bureau Certification and Research Network), and then we found out when he left the port where I worked at that time. After the case has been examined, because there is no money on the party concerned, we originally planned to open a written decision on the penalty to be paid within a time limit, and then let him go out of the country, list no entry, and let him not come back. It doesn't matter whether you pay the money or not. Don't stay at home. However, this request was reported to the command center of the terminal and was returned. The terminal clearly demanded that he should be detained if he had no money. It could not be cheaper for him. I was just transferred from the Modu Frontier Inspection General Station to a new unit. I can't help feeling that the law enforcement is strong and leveraged.

immediately opened the decision on administrative detention penalty as required by the terminal and was ready to be sent to the detention facility. At this time, the first question came out, where to send it? The old police in the team said that we had just been established for more than a year. We had never detained anyone before. We did not know where to send, let alone where to send foreigners. No, it doesn't matter. Ask the brothers. The biggest border checkpoint and the highest administrative level border checkpoint in the country are all in our main station. Call and ask. As a result, both stations responded, impressing that the secondary vocational reform has not been carried out. Then they call the local airport border control station. They meet many foreigners and should be knowledgeable. As a result, the Deputy captain on duty at the airport station responded directly, "No, detaining foreigners? You stand on your brains. I can't help it. I can only rely on myself. Finally, an old policeman said that it was like going to the "three offices" of the municipal bureau's pre-trial Supervision Detachment to send the foreigners to flee online before. There's a door. Let's go. Driving a police car to escort people to three places, the door of the large "third detention center of a certain city public security bureau" let me feel a little bit wrong. But the old policeman swears that it was sent here at that time. The next story, I will never forget the scornful eyes of the security master at the three doors, "You are in administrative detention, and you are sent to four administrative detention. Foreigners? Four administrative detention centers for foreigners and four public security detention centers. We are detention centers and detention centers. Do you understand?

Well, it's despised, but at least you know where to send it. He quickly moved his nest to four places. After checking the documents and materials, we are informed to take the parties to the medical examination. The second problem is that the man can't urinate. A bottle of Yibao drinking water is still not good. The black brother said he had never been in prison and was nervous and could not urinate. I had to patiently do ideological work for him, "Look at you, so tall, so strong, all the Vietnamese inside, they are only so tall, but also very thin, can not beat you at all, you go in is absolutely inside the Boss, don't be afraid." Somehow a little urine came out and could be sent in at last. Say a word of conscience, this buddy is good, no drugs, no AIDS, compared with what we caught later, it is a pure black lotus. We caught a few behind the station, either drug addiction or AIDS, can not be sent in at all, so we had to supervise ourselves. (Drug addiction, AIDS, open tuberculosis, hypertension and so on, detention centres are not accepted, while the first two categories of foreign suspects account for a high proportion)

people are not easy to send in, and they begin to worry about the next problem. The detention of foreigners shall be notified to the embassies of the other country in China. Although there is no consular agreement between our country and Guinea-Bissau, the parties have to notify the embassy when they are questioned. According to the relevant instructions of Shangfeng, our grass-roots frontier inspection stations are not allowed to directly contact foreign embassies and consulates in China in private. So I called the main station and asked them to inform the Embassy of Guinea-Bissau. As a result, the main station replies to us. You can handle this kind of thing on your own. At that time, I was transferred from the case team to the station office as a staff officer, so the work went round and back to me. Anyway, with the above authorization, it's easy to make a phone call. As a result, Guinea-Bissau's Embassy in China did not find a contact number or even a web page after searching the Internet. Then I bravely called the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and asked for the contact information. Now I think of the smartest thing that happened at that time is that I did not tell the Ministry of Foreign Affairs my identity, but "fabricated" a phone call from an "ordinary Chinese citizen" who was going to Guinea-Bissau to seek gold, otherwise I would expect to ask for official documents. When they got the phone, they made a phone call to a person who did not know whether he was an ambassador or a counselor by recording the phone in the duty room, notified them of the situation, and reminded them that, according to the relevant international treaties, the cost of repatriation should be borne by the embassy. Then, the answer from the other end of the phone is absolute. People will dispose of it as we like. They won't give any money at all. (It feels like we can tear tickets at the notice)

The embassy has finished the notice. The fourth question has come out. After the detention, we are required to deport the party. As far as I'm concerned, just find an African country's route and throw it on. The leader just said to me, "No, you can't. You throw him in an unfamiliar place in your life. What if he dies of hunger? We have to take responsibility. We must send him back to Guinea-Bissau safely. You can contact the air ticket." How to buy a ticket to Guinea-Bissau? Taobao, Ctrip and Yilong, the major booking websites at that time, could not provide air tickets to Guinea-Bissau, including transfer schemes. In such remote places, the system could not plan the route at all. No way, I had to search the Internet myself, find a very large ticketing company, and tell them the needs. In order to avoid the ticketing company refusing to issue tickets because of the repatriation of personnel, when I called, I specifically stated that the person concerned was a friend of mine from Guinea-Bissau who was "very close" and wondered how I could know such a friend. Soon after, the sister of the ticketing company called happily. "The route we've planned for you is from Shanghai to Chicago, USA, and then...". "Stop, my friend can't go to the United States, change the plan." More than an hour later, the younger sister called again, "You can fly from Guangzhou to Frankfurt first, and then...". "Stop, my friends in Germany can't go, anyway, the route can't go to developed countries, you can see again." Finally, the ticketing company responded to me, but I was not sure. Well, we have to be self-reliant again. If I check on the Internet by myself, I can't go forward, so I push backwards, starting with several routes in Guinea-Bissau. As a result, there are only three international routes in Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau. The carriers are Portuguese Airlines, Cape Verde Airlines and Senegalese Airlines. The route from Lisbon to Bissau in Portugal can be ruled out, and Cape Verde is even more remote than Guinea-Bissau. All that could be considered was the route from Dakar, Senegal's capital, to Bissau. So the question is simplified to how to get the party to Dakar. This is a simple question. Look for Ethiopian Airlines, the hegemony of Africa's skies. After the last calculation, the route was planned and departed from Hong Kong via Bangkok, Addis Ababa and Dakar to Bissau. Except for the last flight of Senegal Airlines, the other flights are all Ethiopian Airlines, perfect. Finally, I spit out a slot. At that time, Google China could still use it, but I could not find what I wanted on it. Instead, I found the flight information of Guinea-Bissau that I needed through Baidu. So I always thought Baidu was better than Google.

Finally, with the vigorous assistance of the Hong Kong Immigration Department, the brother was sent back to his motherland. The total cost of the air ticket was about 10,000 yuan, not including the fuel cost of driving a police car to Guangzhou to buy the ticket. In this case, we just couldn't collect 2,000 yuan of fines. Finally, our taxpayers posted 10,000 yuan into the case. Absolutely. Brain pumping. Fortunately, after the case was over, I left the front-line law enforcement positions, and several more miserable law enforcement tasks were evaded. But we have civilian police who were scratched by people living with HIV in the process of executing the detention of foreign suspects. We also have civilian police to supervise foreign suspects who do not meet the conditions of detention and live together in the hotel room for nearly a month. We do not know who detained them.

In fact, there are still many problems in the process of handling foreign-related cases, such as translation problems, just a Beijing film and your laughing black brothers, you may come into the inquiry room and tell you immediately, "Sorry, I can't understand Chinese?" You think it's all right to find him an English translator. Sorry, you've fallen into the pit again. The official language of his country is Swahili. Unless he clearly writes in English that he knows English well and can receive inquiries in English, you have to find him a Swahili translator. Many small language translations, not to mention the general second-and third-tier cities, even the emperor and the devil are rare. For example, if we catch the Batie brothers, we should first ask whether they are Pashto or Urdu. There were only two Pashto translations in the whole Modu. Once, a brother who was studying Arabic was called to the scene as an interpreter on his day off, and a taxi of more than 100 yuan was beaten. Only when he entered the inquiry room did he know that he was an Iranian. Excuse Me, the Iranian speaks Persian. Why did you call one of my Arabic learners? Frontier inspection has been the largest reserve of small and medium-sized language talents in the public security system. Many frontier inspection policemen act as obligatory pick-up officers in the local public security system, providing translation services for 110 alarm desks and out-of-police policemen by using tripartite telephone technology. A communication subsidy of only tens of dollars per month. At that time, mobile phone reception also had to be charged. Sometimes tens of dollars were not enough to pay for two calls out of the police. They were all paid by the police themselves. Even the frontier inspection has to scratch its head on translation, so other policemen can imagine it.