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  1. David says:

    Chester I wager is the norm, not the exception. The ‘thin blue line’ has simply got thinner, in part due to cuts, but also moving resources away from neighbourhood or response policing.
    My own home town, with 68 sq miles has 206k residents; the vast majority live in a smaller area adjacent to a large city. Response units have an authorized strength of eight constables, two sergeants and an inspector. In November that shrinks to six constables. Yes in theory others are there in support.
    It is common to encounter adverse comments on the lack of ANY uniform policing and anecdotes that on “Lates” within two hours no-one is left.

    • retiredandangry says:

      I quite agree, I’m sure it is the norm. Personally I find it appalling but NPCC are doing naff all to show the front line that they are actually opposing the cuts.

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