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This is the intolerable moment a womanlike police officer screams in terror as a bully tears chunks out of her hair.
PC Emma Agyei breaks down in tears in the front chair of a police automobile shortly after being regularly punched on May 20 last year.
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West Midlands Police expelled the disturbing footage to prominence the impact of officers being assaulted on Britain’s streets.
She was pounded as officers tried to detain a 24-year-old man at a domestic occurrence in Chapel Street, Bilston, West Midlands.
Her physique cam picked up her chilling screams as the yob can be listened saying: ‘What the f***k did you contend to my dad?’ before knocking her to the floor.
It also shows PC Agyei fixation clumps of hair into a plastic justification bag, and when she goes into the automobile her tremor voice can be listened observant ‘Oh my god.’
The man, who has not been named, was after handed a 12 week dangling judgment after pleading guilty to assault.
Chief Constable Dave Thompson, of West Midlands Police, said: ‘Officers, PCSOs and staff are mostly the first and last line of defence.
‘We need to bring to probity criminals who consider that it is fine to abuse and hit out.
‘Time off recuperating from a meaningless attack is time taken divided from the very communities that need policing.’
Two police officers are assaulted or racially abused every day and 669 assaults on staff were available between Apr and Dec last year.
In the last 3 years, 2,336 assaults on police officers have been recorded. Of these, 89 were police village support officers and 131 were control staff.
Chf Cons Thompson added: ‘No officer or member of staff should come to work and accept that being assaulted or abused is simply partial of the job.’
Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson said: ‘Officers and staff should not have to put up with assault and assaults while gripping the open safe.
‘West Midlands Police takes assaults against its staff and officers impossibly seriously. The force will do all in its energy to bring those who dedicate such crimes to justice.’