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BrilloPad
5th July 2017, 13:37
Recruit 'paedophile hunters' call to help police - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-40497162)

Following on from operation Yewtree, this should be fully funded.Why isn't it?

northernladyuk
5th July 2017, 13:40
Recruit 'paedophile hunters' call to help police - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-40497162)

Following on from operation Yewtree, this should be fully funded.Why isn't it?

It's nonce-sense.

d000hg
5th July 2017, 13:51
Limited funding across the force has to be split somehow? Presumably a lot is spent on anti-terror?

BrilloPad
5th July 2017, 14:16
Limited funding across the force has to be split somehow? Presumably a lot is spent on anti-terror?

Then sadly people will take the law into their own hands. A great pity when the police are not trusted.

The_Equalizer
5th July 2017, 14:18
No lack of police. A right eye opener was this:

The Betrayed Girls - BBC iPlayer (http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08xdh9r/the-betrayed-girls)

Basically the police knew full well as did social services, but everyone was shi7e scared they'd get called racist so they let it happen.