No go’ policing

BELATEDLY, I read in The Hunts Post of November 29 about the police action regarding a misted rear window. No doubt you have many other examples of police inaction on more important matters. Several weeks ago, louts made a nuisance for an hour or two at G

BELATEDLY, I read in The Hunts Post of November 29 about the police action regarding a misted rear window. No doubt you have many other examples of police inaction on more important matters.

Several weeks ago, louts made a nuisance for an hour or two at Godmanchester primary school, totally disrupting the Hunts Philharmonic Orchestra's evening rehearsal. They broke a window and intimidated the players.

The police were twice called but declined to attend. I have a suspicion that it is policy not to do so in case it inflames the situation.

In effect, they are admitting no go areas.


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BOB KING, Needingworth Road, St Ives

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