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There were 89,734 crimes recording in Devon and Cornwall between 1 July 2009 and 30 June 2010 - 12,300 fewer than the previous year.
There were 89,734 crimes recording in Devon and Cornwall between 1 July 2009 and 30 June 2010 - 12,300 fewer than the previous year
Deputy Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer said it was encouraging to see the force's hard work was having a positive impact on local communities.
"These figures show that Devon and Cornwall remains a safe place to live, work and visit, and that we continue to improve across the board," he said.
Cornwall is even more laid back,
Would be interesting to know what the children were arrested for. We as a society have become more intolerant, what was once a childish prank is now an offence.
As calling 16 or seventeen year olds children arent they young adults? very emotive headlines imho.
Originally posted by zookey
How many disappeared to become sacrafices in rituals?
The Prince of Wales's charity for young unemployed people has warned the UK is developing a "youth underclass". A survey for the Prince's Trust of more than 2,300 people aged 16-24 suggested those from deprived backgrounds were three times more likely to say they will "end up on benefits". The trust blamed an "aspiration gap" between rich and poor. Its report comes ahead of figures on Wednesday that may show unemployment among the young hitting one million.