Policing in parts of the UK is 'broken', says Police Federation chief
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John Apter says stretched resources force police to ditch some crime investigations

The new head of the Police Federation has warned that forces across the country are in crisis and the public are suffering as a result of falling headcounts and increasing crime.

John Apter said “policing in some places is broken” and the public would suffer as stretched resources force police to abandon investigations into some crimes they previously would have dealt with. Continue reading...

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