Lock that Stable Door , The horse has bolted

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    iout
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    After being told for years that officers on the beat do not prevent, or even deter crime, now it’s deemed a cracking option, AFTER THE EVENT!!! and after continual requests for better POLICE PRESENTS, Guessing the PCSO’s are all tucked up at home on cold evenings.
    “Insp Paul Wycherley
    @NWPPWycherley
    4 hours ago
    Officers on foot in Acton/Borras/Hightown @wrexham responding to rise in evening burglaries – please be vigilant &โ€ฆ link

    #142694
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
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    and after continual requests for better POLICE PRESENTS,

    Helmets ? Truncheons ? Coffee ? Doughnuts ?

    #142695
    Owain Glyndwr
    Owain Glyndwr
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    and after continual requests for better POLICE PRESENTS,

    Helmets ? Truncheons ? Coffee ? Doughnuts ?

    Yeah, Santa was a right tight ass this year with his presents!

    That being said, if you lock the stable door and donโ€™t have a chimney then the police cannot expect presents

    To be born Welsh is to be born privileged, not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but with music in your blood, and poetry in your soul.

    #142710

    iout
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    Suitably embarrassed. However the point remains, regardless of the school boy error.

    #142713

    IMHO
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    Dear oh. dear it shouldn’t need silly propoganda tweets telling us there is a police presence on the streets as we should be able to take it for granted that the police are out there protecting us. Muddled thinking is what it is.

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