Antisemitic insults and swastikas scrawled on police officer’s locker

A police officer has filed a complaint and a judicial investigation is currently being conducted by the Versailles police station, after antisemitic inscriptions were discovered on his locker.
Mickaël, a Jewish police officer in the most prestigious company in the Compagnies Républicaines de Sécurité (CRS), the general reserve of the French National Police, which notably provides escorts for the Head of State and high-ranking French and foreign personalities, found the door of his locker covered with the following inscription: “Dirty Jew” with two swastikas next to his last name.
The police officer immediately filed a complaint and a judicial investigation was opened. The headquarters of the CRS 1 is located in Vélizy-Villacoublay.


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