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Harassment, DWI, And Marijuana Among State Police Arrests

17 April 2018

Almost 5,000 rest days were due to be re-rostered for frontline officers on a single day.

"They need to listen, they need to listen quickly, because if they don't we are on the brink of disaster".

South Wales Police data showed there were 35,857 rest days cancelled - relating to 2,862 officers - since September, last year.

The officer made contact with the male, identified as Vanhouten, and while speaking with him, the officer detected the odor of marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle, according to police. Officers who had gone to the neighborhood on an unrelated investigation recognized Muntean from a call they received Thursday night regarding a domestic disturbance, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt. That is why the amount of officers present may have looked like a high number.

And the Government's 114-page blueprint to make Britain's streets safe - published on Monday - contained no analysis of any impact from reductions in officer numbers.

'That can not continue. If we can not engage with the public and gain intelligence from them, our policing model fails in this country'.

"He was using bad language and screaming, then when we told him he could not smoke inside a police vehicle, he pushed my colleague out of the auto as he tried to hand cuff him and jumped on top of him", said the officer.

Harassment, DWI, And Marijuana Among State Police Arrests