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Why are the police only interested in catching motorists instead of real criminals? watch

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    In my local town 20 police cars which is about 95% of our local police manpower has been on an operation to catch motorists for the last 5 days, many of who have only commit minor motoring offences.

    All while smack, crack and Krokodil are being openly dealt to kids on our streets. There has been a spate of muggings, the Lutyens estate is a no go area, the shopping precinct is occupied by drunken chavs and pedofile gangs go undetected and murderers and rapists roam the streets, but do we see 'The Police' oh no we don't. If the police put as much effort into policing our town and they do blitzing motorists our dear town would be crime free!

    They're too busy catching Joe Bloggs driving at 32 in a 30 zone or seizing peoples cars because their tax renewal form was never delivered or doing people for having a sly pint of ale.

    Why don't 'The Police' catch some real criminals instead?

    They're no fit for purpose.
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    Why don't you ask your democratically elected Police & Crime Commissioner? They do work for you afterall...
 
 
 
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