Monday, 14 February 2011

Scots police forces criticised for 999 response times

Two Scottish police forces have been criticised over their response to some 999 calls.

The Police Complaints Commissioner for Scotland said both Lothian and Borders and Strathclyde forces had questions to answer over the issue.

In one instance, Lothian and Borders Police failed to respond to 10 emergency calls from takeaway staff being attacked by 20 armed youths.

My comment: They would have arrived within minutes if a yob had been hurt in the attack and complained.

Read the full story from the source BBC News Scotland

Read all articles about the Police on this blog

No comments:

Post a Comment