Northumberland Labour says tackling crime is high priority.

Northumberland Labour leader Scott Dickinson said: “Labour’s community crime crackdown will tackle antisocial behaviour and make offenders pay back to the communities they’re harmed”

Under the community crime crackdown Labour will:

  • make offenders pay back to the community with new community and victim payback orders. Local people and victims will get a say in how offenders will pay back 
  • set up new police hubs to put police back on the street and give residents direct access to share their concerns and improve security. This will be paid for by switching tax payer money from Boris Johnson’s £250m yacht
  • create new neighbourhood prevention teams to bring together police, community support officers, youth workers and council staff to tackle the causes of antisocial behaviour or nuisance crime such as graffiti, fly tipping and drug dealing

Scott added: “People should feel safe living in their own home and community. Labour’s community crime crackdown will ensure this happens.

“Northumberland Labour is on your side, always putting local people first.”

Labour determined to tackle crime
Labour determined to tackle crime
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