MP says police 'should not penalise' victims who have been burgled after leaving doors open

MP says police 'should not penalise' victims who have been burgled after leaving doors open
 

A Leicestershire MP has had his say after a senior police officer suggested that some burglaries should not be investigated if doors and windows were left open. Phil Kay, assistant chief constable of Leicestershire Police, said he would rather officers could focus on preventing crime and protecting the public than spending their time investigating break-ins where carelessness may have played a role.
The senior officer posed the question while discussing a high rate of burglaries at digs occupied by students at Loughborough University. In order to get students to 'take notice', Mr Kay... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 43
Source: Burton Mail
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