Elderly entitled to protection

PUBLISHED: 11:45 13 April 2006 | UPDATED: 10:01 06 May 2010

How disgraceful of Superintendent Walter to admit that 100 people have had their purses stolen over the last three months, surely a reason to put police officers back on the streets and as for advising people to have a go, forget it! These more elderly pe

How disgraceful of Superintendent Walter to admit that 100 people have had their purses stolen over the last three months, surely a reason to put police officers back on the streets and as for advising people to have a go, forget it!

These more elderly people have been paying their rates, which include paying for our police force and are entitled to expect protection.

ALICE WAND, Bowershott, Letchworth GC


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