Police Cuts ‘Will Weaken Law And Order’

In crime on August 31, 2011 at 1:08 pm

Fewer police officers on the London streets due to cuts by the Conservative government.


After the recent riots, I think it is an ill-advised move. On the other hand, I’d be happy to see more riots on the London streets and police officers struggling to contain them. What is the Conservative government going to blame it on then and how will they justify the cuts?

Milliband and the Labour party is fighting against it and the cuts did stir some concerned during the very riots that caused mayhem through the London streets.

Is it another ill-advised move on behalf of the Conservatives or you think there is some logic behind it?

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Police Cuts ‘Will Weaken Law And Order’ – Yahoo!.

  1. allocation of resources is a touchy subject. The Police always demand more money and if you say no, you’re labeled as being soft on crime. Perhaps an emphasis on the efficient use of money by the Police might offer some solice to all sides. And Heaven forbid, some kind of non-police body to oversee the financial process

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