This letter came this morning from the police. to see if we had filled in and returned our questionnaire.. A fortnight ago a questionnaire (anonymous questionnaire?)came to ask us about the quality of service received from the police when you reported being the victim of vehicle crime in July. Firstly no one here reported being the victim of vehicle crime in July, a call came from the police in July to tell us that they now had someone in the frame for a vehicle that had been stolen from us some years earlier . They told me that they had taken DNA from the car and matched it to someone they had in custody! Hmmmmm….
From the link:
Councillor Marie Cush began her first West Belfast DPP meeting as chair by highlighting her disappointment that many targets had not been met.Ms Cush made the comments after Chief Superintendent Gary White made his latest report at the District Policing Partnership meeting
The PSNI are currently carrying out a level of dip sampling in the area. This is testing the level of customer satisfaction with the police service and the level of victim satisfaction with police in relation to domestic violence and domestic burglary.
Superintendent White continued:
It is important to realise that we are being honest.