Police force to stop prosecuting low level drug dealers

Low level drug dealers selling heroin and cocaine to feed their own habits will not face prosecution under a new scheme, a police chief has said.

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  • BillyHW

    White western nations are being transformed into brown 3rd world hellholes.

    Women, faggots and university professors shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

    • Maurice Miner

      You are totally correct, but I am not able to say this.

      Oh shit – I just did say this!

      I m not accustomed to freedom of speech, living in Australia…

  • Maurice Miner

    This will work out really, really well – just trust me.

  • clownloach

    Low level can lead to high level. Conspiracy to kill westerners with fentanyl ?

    • Watchman

      Addict’s bodies building tolerance their habitual drugs will almost certainly turn low level usage to high level. I would say “Science”, but these days a lot of things termed ‘science’ is not actually science but ideology and a lot of things that are actual science are dismissed because they contradict someone’s ideology. Prime example: sex vs gender.

  • Why even bother with policing at all?

    • Watchman

      Public Relations – as long as they say they are helping victims and addicts the can remain in power or remain funded. Actual effectiveness is rated according to the public relations effect, not actual changes in behaviour and the lowering of harm.

  • UCSPanther

    Britain’s descent into anarcho-tyranny continues…

  • Watchman

    So what happens when the arrested claim that they need to sell 1kg of heroin a week to feed their own habit? Where is the line drawn between low level dealer and a high level dealer: is the difference that a low level dealer has to be an addict?

    “What’s the point in an addict going to court and getting a £50 fine? If they pay it at all, they will only steal or sell five bags of heroin to fund it. How does that help us?” Then WTF are they being sentenced by judges to £50 fines if such penalties are completely useless as deterrents or even counter productive and lead to avoidable further crime? Are judges stupid; are judges unable to levy appropriate penalties that might dissuade future criminal actions?

  • Clausewitz

    They need to do some research on Mayor Guiliani’s broken window theory of crime prevention.