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Police forces are having to juggle resources

Police forces are having to juggle resources

Andy Lea, head of policing at KPMG UK, comments on the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) published by the ONS today. He said:

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Andy Lea, head of policing at KPMG UK, comments on the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) published by the ONS today. He said:

 

“The latest figures from the CSEW continue to highlight the challenges being faced by the police service to prioritise its use of resources to meet increasing demand. With acquisitive crime like theft, burglary, and robbery on the increase at the same time as rises in complex and violent crime, means that forces are continually re-evaluating how they provide an appropriate service to all victims of crime.”

 

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