40% of police stations in England and Wales have closed since 2010 | Ken Hinds discusses

40% of police stations in england and wales have closed since 2010 | ken hinds discusses

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Chair of Haringey’s Independent Stop and Search Monitoring Group, Ken Hinds, reacts to the lack of police stations, as 40% in England and Wales have closed since 2010.

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