Fair enough but surely they’d be allowed access if they needed it - I watch tv. Also petty crime adds up to lots of social problems. I’m pretty sure he was on drugs so was on his way to the junk shop to get enough for a hit or two. So such crime will eventually impact on the NHS Social care, higher Insurance premiums in relation to the amount of theft etc etc. So although the crime was probably too small to be further investigated its time the Police were funded well enough to sort such stuff for the greater good."Their" cameras? The police don't have any cameras. They're owned and run by the local authority.
Well, in that case you'd better get campaigning and voting for anyone in our political system who is prepared to fund the Police Force people want. No good moaning about them.Nice one, respect to the woman.
And total disrespect for how utterly useless our police service has become for anything less than serious crimes..
We all know its down to funding, you're only stating the obvious.Well, in that case you'd better get campaigning and voting for anyone in our political system who is prepared to fund the Police Force people want. No good moaning about them.
Maybe the UK could stop wasting magic money trees on Brexit and spend it on Police, social welfare, education, mental health...just a thought.
But don't condemn the Police for this situation.
No you have not stolen your own bike. You have made off without payment. It is a different offence. A bit like as if you had done a runner from a restaurant without paying for your meal.Imagine you have taken your bike to the LBS to have, say, the gears indexed. When they ask you to come and pick it up, you insist on a test ride and promptly scarper without paying. Technically you have stolen your own bike because at that point, until you had paid for the work, it was in the possession of the LBS.
I admit I haven't heard of that happening, but there are a number of documented instances of car drivers being convicted for the equivalent (Google "R v Turner (No 2), 1971", for example) and the Theft Act makes no distinction between cars, bikes, etc.
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