Cut crime not police survey

West Midlands Police fear that up to 800 staff – including 400 officers – will be lost within 5 months rising to 2,200 staff by 2015. That would mean more than 40 officers in each parliamentary constituency.

The Tories are saying that these cuts can be met by efficiency savings. But the bottom line is that there will be fewer police. That means fewer officers to respond to 999 calls, investigate burglaries and walk the beat.
 
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