Housing putting police off rural service and making the police too important
A Housing First report this year found police have historically not been trained to deal with a wide range of issues in rural communities.
It suggests this creates a “dissension of the police workforce and an imbalance in the strength of units in the countryside”.
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Housing Minister Peter Dunne says he’s heard complaints that more units are being placed in rural areas, where crime is particularly prevalent.
And he says there’s no evidence to suggest police’s performance in these areas has improved.
‘Dangerous, unsafe environment’
One example cited is the area of Lendlack, near the South Yorkshire border, where the RSPCA has identified a new and aggressive breed of dog.
The report says: “For a small area with a long history of high local crime rates, this situation poses a great danger, unsafe environment and potentially a potential health and safety risk.”
Housing Minister Peter Dunne says some units might be “not just deployed to areas with problems” but “are also deployed to areas where the population is particularly violent”.
“And that creates problems when you’re trying to tackle violence against women and children, in particular,” he adds.
His comments echo comments made in June by David Cameron, th카지노e Prime Minister’s spokesman, when he suggested that the Government was trying to build rural “numbers”.
He told the Radio 4 Today programme that some police units were out of the country because of overcrowding and the need to build new accommodation.
“It’s important for the Police Services Board to ensure that its staff have the confidence to use the new systems which we have had to deploy.
“But we want our officers to move forward, and this is the job. We want the온라인 바둑이m to take on more and more responsibility – not just the number of units, but the responsibilities they have.”
In addition to housing problems, there are the “other issues” including safety, security and the environment in rural communities, it continues.
Image caption The report describes “a dangerous and unsafe environment” across some parts of Scotland
The report continues:
“There are other problems around people in communities, particularly if they are not well educated. They have to get out of their homes and in a rura