‘There Should Be More Understanding’: The Panel On Whether Shoplifters Should Get A Free Pass | LW

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Andy Cooke, the new policing watchdog, suggested officers should weigh up hauling those who ‘steal to eat’ before the courts, but insisted the proposal won’t give ‘carte blanche’ to commit crime due to poverty. While some of the panel slightly agrees, others feel the focus should be on how to stop the crisis.

From series 26, broadcast on 19/05/22

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