The British government announced a new plan to tackle the crime on Tuesday, but said the plan faced the cold shoulders of disgruntled police and lost confidence in Interior Minister Priti Patel a few days ago.
The Interior Minister announced last week that police officers with salaries over $ 24,000 ($ 33,300) were subject to wage freezes, causing anger among police. A senior police officer said the wage freeze was “insulting” after the military “dried during a pandemic.”
new “Break the crime planIncludes “contactable designated police officers” in the neighborhood. League table with 101 and 999 call response times. Monitor robbers and thieves 24 hours a day when released from prison. Attempt the use of alcohol tags to detect alcohol levels in released drink-fueled criminals. Make community services “more prominent” by using criminals to clean public spaces and relax the police’s “stop and search” authority restrictions.
It also includes new funding to train youth workers. Increase the number of patrols, lights, and CCTVs covered. “Design a crime” in collaboration with the council.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the plan was a government action to support police and keep their promise to make people safer.
Ken Marsh, chairman of the Metropolitan Police Department, who represents the Metropolitan Police Department, criticized the “nominated police officer” plan as infeasible.
“If the officer is in a shift pattern, ill or on holiday, it only puts additional pressure on the officer,” he told PA news agency.
“It doesn’t work that way. Due to the pure nature of their work, you can’t start appointing officers alone … what if they aren’t working?”
In response to his promise to assist Johnson’s police, Marsh said: He treats us in a ridiculous way. “
“What do we get at the end of it? As always, there is nothing at all,” Marsh said. “His words are hollow and my colleagues are tired of it now.”
Labor leader Sir Kiel Starmer ridiculed Johnson’s plan as a “thought-out gimmick,” saying it sounds great but doesn’t work.
The chairman of the police federation said he was afraid that police were “ready to fail” due to the government’s new plans due to lack of investment in police and the criminal justice system.
“When the general public wants to use police services [deserves]John Upter, who represents 130,000 police officers in England and Wales, said after sending a letter to No. 10 detailing police officers’ concerns about wage freezes in Downing Street.
“Despite what we are saying, the police are not invested at this time, but that applies to the entire criminal justice system. The entire criminal justice service, whether it is a court or not, is the prosecutor’s office. The police, even the police, haven’t provided the money they should have, “Apter said.
“We can’t provide what we want or some of today’s praiseworthy announcements as the Prime Minister intended. I’m afraid they’ll drive us to failure. It’s It’s a real concern. “
Mr. Apter had previously stated that after the announcement of the wage freeze, the officers he represented were “quite determined” to the current Minister of the Interior, and the office said “the media, some politicians, and the so-called government. “Self-proclaimed expert on police” while implementing CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus restrictions.
“I often hear the Minister of Interior praise police officers, but our members are very angry with the government,” he said. “They have been at the forefront of this pandemic for 18 months and will now see other public services that raise wages without receiving anything.”
Mr Apter said wage freezes were the “last straw” for police. He also said the federal government “tried to its fullest level” to work with the government and “cannot trust or receive at face value the way we expect.” ..
In response to criticism, Johnson said the government “has a large investment in police.”
“When I stood on the steps of Downing Street two years ago, I said I wanted another 20,000 cops on the streets of our country, and we’re almost half way now. “He said in an interview with a broadcaster at Sally Police Headquarters in Gilford.
“We’re investing £ 15.8bn ($ 22bn) to help the police, but of course it’s a financially difficult time for the whole country, supporting pandemic costs, jobs and livelihoods across the country. We had to deal with about £ 407 billion ($ 565 billion), “he said.
“What we are seeing today is a plan to help the general public as well as the police, so that if you are a victim of a crime, you can go to anyone, wherever you live. There is a named police officer who can. Attend you to make sure the police deal with your crime. “
The prime minister said people needed police officers who understood what was happening in the neighborhood.
“We also assist the police with more worn cameras and have more taser guns and more protection against those who attack police officers in the process of their obligations,” he said. Added.
PA contributed to this report.