Maybe they'll do a bit on killer bees tomorrow.
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"A total of 52 murders occurred in Toronto this year and it's only July! The victims included innocent women and children. Before the year is over, the number will undoubtedly pass 66 -- the same number as Canadian soldiers who have died in Afghanistan. It is time for Canadians to come to grips with the fact Toronto is a dangerous quagmire. It's a lost cause, and must be abandoned immediately. There is no chance for the city to be victorious in this battle. I am sure Taliban Jack Layton would agree with my call: "Withdraw from Toronto now before further Canadians are killed in a war that obviously cannot be won."
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It's not the city's fault because the province doesn't give them enough money....It's not the provinces fault because the feds don't give them enough money....it's not the feds fault because they're going to open an inquiry, spend $100 million on it to figure out where all the money goes.
And the circle keeps spinning.
OPPAux wrote:bigshotceo wrote:I'm going to throw this out there: how about implementing a system like in the US and the UK, where regular police are supplemented by reserve officers/special constables (in the British sense), who have the same core police training as regular members but who are volunteers?
I'd go for that, but I'm sure the unions...er....associations would be up in arms.
Actually I'd rather see a "part time police" system similar to many US states, where a Reserve Officer system is used. Fully trained, fully armed reserve officers who work part time to supplement the regular officers, full members of the association, full police officer status, just don't work the full shift schedules, and can be called in when staffing levels are low or when there is a need for extra officers.
I'd go for that!
Hire more officers to get more police, thus OT will be cut down and a few more salaries is cheaper than OT spent.
How many people complain about the $30 connection fee tacked onto their water bills, or "delivery to you" charges tacked onto their hyrdro, gas bills every month.....or $4.00 added per month for touchtone service or $1.50 charge per month so 911 can be touch dialed.....all money grabs
maybe full time in 6 years/system DOES NOT WORK in Corrections.
Let's not backslide to part-time police, you might as well just use Police for
murders and indictable offences and use "security guards" for $12/hr to do the paper work
and everything else!
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