Police have vowed to work towards changing convicted burglars’ behaviour once out of prison rather than merely responding to break-ins.
Det Supt Kevin Baldwin, detective superintendent for the South local policing area, said that teams needed to focus on keeping track of known offenders and changing their behaviour.
Really? You've got time (and manpower) for this?
Mr Baldwin said: “It’s good to see that this sort of crime has gone down on Canvey. We need to invest time and effort into the people we know that are doing it and preventing them from committing those offences.
“We can invest time going to victim’s homes, and we will still do that, but if we spend a significant portion of our effort to prevent those burglaries from happening in the first place it will help.
“Once people are released on licence, they have licensing conditions that we can monitor. If they are released without conditions, we will make them nominals that we can keep track of.”
Wait, you didn't do this before
Aw, bless. The majority of Kevin's flim flam was obediently cut and pasted from Home Office (Press Release) guidelines.
Better than North Wales:
Burglar's £45,000 phone bill paid by North Wales Police
"Better than North Wales:"
Oh, yes! *sigh* That one's written up for 'Orphans..'
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