Warwickshire Police attends less than half of crimes

Latest newsPolice and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball (right) insisted all reported crimes are investigated whether or not an officer attended the scene. 06.013.021.leam.jm6

POLICE in Warwickshire are "committed to protecting the public" despite attending fewer crimes scenes than other forces. That is according to the county's Police and Crime Commissioner, Ron Ball, who has reacted to a report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of ... More»

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