Als Arnold Plickert im Sommer zum ersten Mal öffentlich über „No-Go-Areas“ in Nordrhein-Westfalen spricht, bricht der damalige. Wir wissen jetzt, wo genau die Kriminalitäts-Hotpots und No-Go-Areas in NRW sind und werden das sorgfältig analysieren.“ (dpa). Wo gibt es in NRW laut Polizeigesetz „gefährliche Orte“? Die Landesregierung Nicht automatisch mit „No-Go-Areas“ gleichzusetzen. Polizei.
„Gefährliche Orte“ in NRW: Regierung nennt Hunderte Straßen und PlätzeKonkret zählte der Polizist sechs "No-Go-Areas" in NRW auf. Das sind: das Maghreb-Viertel in Düsseldorf-Oberbilk, der Stadtteil Marxloh in. Wir wissen jetzt, wo genau die Kriminalitäts-Hotpots und No-Go-Areas in NRW sind und werden das sorgfältig analysieren.“ Jetzt lesen. Wir wissen jetzt, wo genau die Kriminalitäts-Hotpots und No-Go-Areas in NRW sind und werden das sorgfältig analysieren.“ (dpa).
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Duisburg mit seinen gut Das macht es zu einer der am stärksten islamisierten Städte Deutschlands. Diese Kombination schafft einen volatilen ethnisch-religiösen Kessel.
Anwohner und Geschäftsleute würden eingeschüchtert und schwiegen aus Angst. Polizisten und vor allem weibliche Beamte sähen sich einer 'hohen Aggressivität und Respektlosigkeit' gegenüber.
Dem stünden unter anderem die hohe Arbeitslosigkeit, die Perspektivlosigkeit von Zuwanderern ohne Qualifikationen für den deutschen Arbeitsmarkt und ethnische Spannungen unter den Migranten entgegen.
Der Stadtteil Duisburg-Marxloh ist einer der problematischsten in ganz Deutschland, manche nennen ihn "Mahnmal einer gescheiterten Integrationspolitik".
Über die Hälfte der Sie kommen aus mehr als 90 Ländern. Mehr als die Hälfte von Marxlohs Bevölkerung lebt von Sozialleistungen.
Der Abstieg des Stadtteils ist albtraumhaft. Banale Auffahrunfälle nehmen die Beamten seit einiger Zeit sicherheitshalber im Geschwader mit mehreren Streifenwagen auf.
In the smallest matter, violence is kindled. A leaked police report revealed that Marxloh's streets are effectively controlled by Lebanese clans which do not recognize the authority of German police.
They have taken over entire streets to carry out illegal business activity. New migrants from Bulgaria and Romania are adding to the problems.
According to Die Welt , Marxloh's streets serve as invisible boundaries between ethnic groups. Residents speak of "the Kurdish road" or "the Romanian road.
A local woman interviewed by Deutschlandfunk radio said she was afraid for her safety: "After dark I would not stand here because there are a lot of conflicts between foreigners, especially between Lebanese and Turks.
The Rheinische Post recently published a photo series entitled, "On the streets of Marxloh by night. Marxloh seems to have died out. These groups do not recognize the authority of the police.
The prevailing offenses are physical assault, theft and robbery. The report described the situation in Duisburg's Laar district, where two large Lebanese families call the shots.
Outsiders are physically assaulted, robbed and harassed. Experience shows that the Lebanese clans "can mobilize several hundred people in a very short period of time by means of a telephone call.
In nearby Gelsenkirchen, Kurdish and Lebanese clans are vying for control of city streets, some of which have become lawless zones that are increasingly off limits to German authorities.
In one incident, police were patrolling an area in the southern part of the city when they were suddenly surrounded and physically assaulted by more than 60 clan members.
In another incident, two police officers stopped a driver who ran a red light. Massive amounts of police reinforcements and pepper spray were needed to restore order.
In a statement, Gelsenkirchen police warned : "Unfortunately, police officers and other emergency responders have increasingly been subject to hostility, insults and even violent attacks in Gelsenkirchen.
Senior members of the Gelsenkirchen police recently held a secret meeting with representatives of three Arab clans in an effort to "cultivate social peace between Germans and Lebanese.
When Feldman countered that he would dispatch police reinforcements to disrupt their illegal activities, the clan members laughed in his face and said that "the government does not have enough money to deploy the numbers of police necessary to confront the Lebanese.
Local politician Gregor Golland has called for the police to be better equipped to contend with this development: "As criminal parallel societies gain the upper hand, our police need to be better equipped — on a permanent basis.
Another leaked police report revealed that the clans are the "executive body of an existing parallel legal system to self-adjudicate matters between large Kurdish and Lebanese families in the western Ruhr area.
In these areas, the clans "claim individual streets for themselves. Because of the exorbitant youth unemployment, these areas are pits of hopelessness and dread which the native German population has long since abandoned.
Speaking to Deutschlandradio Kultur, Plickert added : "Even with the smallest traffic accidents or ID checks, police are quickly surrounded by large groups of young men with a migration background.
Bodily contact, insults and physical assaults are commonplace. On October 6, more than residents of the Altenessen district in Essen met local politicians in a televised "town hall meeting" to discuss spiraling violence and crime in the area.
Residents complained that police often refuse to respond to calls for help and begged city officials to restore order.
One resident said: "I was born here and I do not feel safe anymore. City officials flatly rejected the complaints. Mayor Thomas Kufen said : "Altenessen is not a no-go area, the people here are just angry.
In an interview with Der Westen , Osnabrück Police Commissioner Bernhard Witthaut was asked: "Are there urban areas — for example in the Ruhr — districts and housing blocks that are 'no-go areas,' meaning that they can no longer be secured by the police?
But of course we know where we can go with the police car and where, even initially, only with the personnel carrier. The reason is that our colleagues can no longer feel safe there in twos, and have to fear becoming the victim of a crime themselves.
We know that these areas exist. Even worse: in these areas, crimes no longer result in charges. They are left to themselves. Only in the worst cases do we in the police learn anything about it.
The power of the state is completely out of the picture. Follow him on Facebook and on Twitter. Most of this may be the result of an unarmed society and police force.
Why should these criminal animals be afraid as the worst that can happen to them may be a bump on the head with a blackjack or night stick.
How about some knockout gas when they attack. Then load them into a locked contained and ship them either back home. Let them weed themselves out.
Drastic steps are urgently needed. Coddling time is over. Nowadays, they have a lighter touch although the French aren't any less violence-prone but the French authorities have gone into violent migrant areas in force when necessary in recent years to uphold the authority of the state.
Allowing outlaw factions within the population to dictate to the state is the ultimate abdication of a government's responsibility to its citizens.
It cannot be that German police lack the resources for law and order to prevail. Where there is a breakdown, it can only come from a lack of political will which eventually discredits government.
The situation in Germany seems to be self-perpetuating and self-reinforcing to the extent that the longer it lasts, the harder it will be for the authorities to regain control, if indeed they have any intention of ever trying to do so.
The no-go area confers immense power on its leaders including that of negotiating with the legitimate representatives of the state as equals which is potentially a disaster for relations between a host population and migrants.
If the authorities refuse to act, the way is open for citizens to organise themselves in self-defence or even pro-active violence which is even more dangerous.
We know how the Turks established themselves in Germany but how did the Lebanese gain admittance? If their main activity is crime and defiance of the state, they wouldn't appear to fit any normal definition of refugees.
It seems that she can't and isn't even trying. I have sympathy for the German people. It is not their fault that these NGZ have sprung up in the areas mentioned in this article.
I do however find fault with the German Government. Their best intentions have backfired, to say the least. Perhaps a lesson is to be learned here. Perhaps it is not worth helping those who see our generosity as a right.
I do not want to sound too cold-hearted here, but sometimes the risk is too great when dealing with those who lack the basics of civilized cultural values.
This is the fault of the societies from which these refugees originate. No easy solution is to be found here. It is all too tempting to resort to repaying evil for evil.
This would only entrench the position of those who are radicalized and push those on the verge to leap into the abyss of radicalization. I hate to say this Germany : "You made your bed, now you are just going to have to lie in it!
Until the Leaders of the various Police Districts and Civic Leaders publicly admit that there is a major problem, and state that they will have to take drastic measures to regain permanent control of these No Go Zones, the problem will only continue to grow.
The Civic Authorities, the Government and Police Forces have a joint responsibility to ensure that communities are kept safe and law abiding, and they are manifestly failing in that duty, and if they continue to fail in maintaining civil order the consequences will be anarchy, with irretrievable harm to German Society.
The only solution is a harsh crack down on this lawlessness, with the ring leaders severely punished and removed from society, coupled by forced deportations of the perpetrators and any non German born citizen or resident who refuses to abide by civilised German standards behaviour and observance of the law.
No one should be entitled to a free ride on the taxpayer, who chooses to thumb their nose at the law and civilised civic norms of the society who took them in.
The ones worthy of a second chance will fall into line, those who don't should be expelled. Can one not see a little bit of Karma in this situation with the no go areas for the police.
Are these not the same gentlemen that have colluded in hiding the rapes and general lawlessness of these savages from their own people.
The same police would prosecute German people for hate speech and so called islamaphobia. The protectors now need protection from the protected.
Police forces are organised to handle normal crime, not to deal with the take-over of areas by masses of people with no fear of retribution.
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News and events Our latest news releases, newsletters and events, No-go Areas. All News Videos. Your search did not match any documents.11/9/ · In einem Interview mit dem Focus warnt Arnold Plickert, Landesvorsitzender der Gewerkschaft der Polizei (GdP) in Nordrhein-Westfalen, vor . Streng genommen würden in den USA Gegenden als "No-Go-Areas" bezeichnet, die die Polizei meide. Das gebe es weder in NRW noch in ganz Deutschland, versicherte Jäger. 7/7/ · Es empfiehlt sich an heißen Tagen ein Freibad im Osten Deutschlands snap-n-trac.com: Chris Mazda. No go area in brief NYT Crossword Clue Answers are listed below and every time we find a new solution for this clue we add it on the answers list. If you encounter two or more answers look at the most recent one i.e the last item on the answers box. ads This crossword clue No-go area, in brief Crossword Clue Read More». German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a major concession to the populist wave sweeping Europe this week when she admitted the existence of so-called “no-go zones” where police dare not enter. Duisburg has been one of the areas described as a "no-go one" by German media The report for the NRW State Parliament described the situation in Duisburg's Laar district, claiming the area is run. Answer 1 of 8: Are there any areas of Downtown (72nd street upto the Financial district) that are no go areas (not safe). As a 1st time visitor to NYC i would like to know what areas to avoid or are most places safe during the day but certain areas unsafe at. A "no-go area" or a "no-go zone" is an area in a town or region that is barricaded off to civil or military authorities by a force such as a paramilitary, or an area that is barred to certain individuals or groups. The term has also been used to refer to areas: Undergoing insurgency where the ruling authorities have lost control and are unable to enforce their sovereignty; That are inhabited by a parallel society which has its own laws and is controlled by violent non-state actors. Some types of.