Police ‘overwhelmed’ as 67 people go missing every day

Police ‘overwhelmed’ as 67 people go missing every day
 

A senior officer at Yorkshire’s largest police force has warned that the service risks being overwhelmed by the number of missing persons it has to deal with after the number of cases rose by 25 per cent in a year.
An investigation found there were 24,653 reported cases across the region in the 12 months up to June 30 – the equivalent of 67 every day.
The number of people going missing has risen sharply West and South Yorkshire Police handled almost 19,000 of those cases between them, with one in four involving a child in care.
It is the apparent failure to stop children going repeatedly... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 19
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