Candidate Promises Giuliani Style “War On Wasters”

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Labour’s candidate for North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner is promising it will be a Rudy Giuliani style “war on wasters” in Wrexham. David Taylor says that if elected he would target the “thugs, vandals and anti-social riffraff who threaten to ruin so many lives”, in a strategy reminiscent of the former New York Mayor’s “broken window” style policing. Elaborating on his  zero-tolerance approach to graffiti artists, problem drinkers, fly tippers and litterers, Taylor said:

“Graffiti and litter blight too much of North Wales, damaging our vital tourist industry and adding to the sense that the outside world is a hostile and dangerous place. A tiny minority of people are responsible for the bulk of this kind of crime and I want North Wales Police to target them and – if required – put them behind bars.”

Tough on criminals, tough on the causes of criminals…




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