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Post by Jill Havern on Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:56 am

Crimes solved by police in England and Wales at new low

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The proportion of crimes solved by police in England and Wales has fallen to the lowest level recorded, according to Home Office data.

In the 12 months to March, 7.8% of offences saw someone charged or summonsed, down from 9.1% a year ago.
The data began to be compiled in 2015.

It comes after Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick acknowledged too many offences were being left unsolved, in a speech about the future of policing.

She said sifting through vast amounts of phone and computer data was partly responsible and called for investment in resources, technology and expertise to drive up clear-up rates.

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Post by willowthewisp on Thu Jul 18, 2019 12:47 pm

@Jill Havern wrote:Crimes solved by police in England and Wales at new low

Police solve fewer than 1 in 10 crimes 185

The proportion of crimes solved by police in England and Wales has fallen to the lowest level recorded, according to Home Office data.

In the 12 months to March, 7.8% of offences saw someone charged or summonsed, down from 9.1% a year ago.
The data began to be compiled in 2015.

It comes after Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick acknowledged too many offences were being left unsolved, in a speech about the future of policing.

She said sifting through vast amounts of phone and computer data was partly responsible and called for investment in resources, technology and expertise to drive up clear-up rates.

Police solve fewer than 1 in 10 crimes 259

More here + over 200 comments: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49029545?fbclid=IwAR19P3Byipn67i-sq_u8XKTH1COmfv4jUdB9KD69AyWQCHqhwRGGNa2tSqw
Hi Jill, it is just part of the ever changing role of Police Officers being handed out "targets" by their Superintendents to meet Government, MP's spending controls, more for less?

I feel a lot of pity for the young constables entering into the New Police Environment post 2019, whilst at the same time trying to show a disgruntled public just what they have to contend with on a Daily basis, eg Film crews recording for made for TV programmes?

Some times you feel amazement of how fast the Police Officers have solved Criminal cases of Murder.

then you see the sad side of Policing, Stephen Lawrence Murder, still Not resolved, alongside Jill Dando, Daniel Morgan 32+ yrs, where corruption of the case has been involved, IOPC still reviewing case?

It is a sad fact it costs more to prevent Crime, than seemingly let the "Crimes happen", then allow the innocent parties claim from their Insurance company, here is a Crime reference Number log for you, as the be all of the case?

The Police resources wont stretch that far to pursue certain Criminal Acts, shop lifting anything under £150, mustn't be a crime then, but as TV shows them "nicking the Offenders" for £5-10 worth of crime, must be seen to be doing your job?

To now, this PCSO has seen you drop a cigarette, £60.00 fixed penalty notice, ker ching, easy targets to bring in funds for the police budgets, speeding, Mobile Phones £200+ penalty points mean more prizes?

Not content with that Mrs May allowed every Local Authority to charge an extra 12% on Council Tax payers for extra Police spending, so the public cops it Once again for the MP's incompetence, where the real blame lies?
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