13th May is anniversary of #TChappell suspicious death. Family continue fight for investigation:
Answers given re. that which has been submitted, and requested records presented
I was on the way from work and got caught short, so I ran over to the side of the street, walked up a private side street (so I was away from the road and pedestrians) and did my business against a wall hidden away from sight - which I admit wasn't right and certainly wasn't ideal, but as I said I generally got caught short. The reason I was so desperate (I'm not a toddler, I can usually hold it) is that my dissertation was due in the morning - the culmination of 3 years work and a shit-load of
She had already given me an £80 fine, told me I was awful and made me feel tiny - that was enough.
I don't know who my local officer is - isn't that shocking! My daughter went to university in Dundee and recently came home to work and she can't even go to the shop Sands to get juice because she is scared of all the young people who hang outside it at night.
It's pathetic. Nobody does anything about it. The gangs of youths are intimidating!
Police should be more active. Ok, they are in the newsletter but most folk don't read it or buy it.
This stuff isn't always about the bobby on the beat. Those guys are out there risking their lives for us with few resources!! I'm not on twitter - like MyPolice.
This is a government issue - even the Chiefs hands are tied.
Give the police more resources!!
We recently had a new alarm installed and we got a letter through our door to inform us that we couldn't count on the police to be there because 90% of alarm calls are false.
To be honest, this left me feeling I had no security and I really lost my confidence i the police. I think to myself would my house getting broken into be a priority? Probably not. All I know is, I feel as though I am at the bottom of their list.
I know the police are over stretched. I really object to the police putting drunks at the top of th