Mark Webb, 49, who lives near the scene of the attacks in Camberwell, told the Telegraph he has raised almost £1,000 in donations and cash to buy kit for his local police teams.Errr, why?
‘I was doing weapons sweeps with the police and they didn’t have any metal detectors or equipment that would be helpful, such as powerful torches and inspection mirrors,’ he said.
‘I created a package explaining what was going on in the local area, what was needed and that the police didn’t have the money for it.’
Mr Kemp approached local businesses, including the local Co-op which gave almost £330 to the cause.You seem surprised that they didn't have money for vital equipment. Don't you read the newspapers, Mark? If you did, you might realise where the money all goes. And what they choose to spend it on, instead of vital kit.