Is a “zero tolerance” approach to crime a good one?
Philip Booth writes for the Catholic Times
John Blundell writes for The Business
John Blundell writes for The Sunday Times
John added: “The average beat officer is outdoors well under 20% of the shift, usually in the company of another officer discussing pensions, holidays, partners and superior officers. Just doubling that amount of time and making all officers patrol alone (unless extraordinary circumstances dictate otherwise) would quadruple their presence.”