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  • "
    teifion wrote:
    teifion wrote:
    Ian_snelly wrote:
    taught as a child to be cautious - blah di blah - I'd ask what the guys think of a police investigation into alleged corruption where the Police don't bother interviewing anyone before deciding there's no case - and the Police wonder why decent ppl don't trust them :(
    bet that question was asked by the"crusading" journalists of the WT LOL
    WT asked the question, but the commissioner who claimed not to be a politician answered all the questions like a typical politico -

    bad things? nothing to do with me.

    things you don't like?that's the police

    Good things? that's all down to me

    hundreds of thousands extra cost? very little really
    Typical MP answers. Maybe we are seeing future career aspiratons......."
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DYFED-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon will be at the Western Telegraph tomorrow to answer questions from the public.

Also attending will be Jamie Subbiani, of Red Kite Solicitors.

If you have a burning question or want more information on Mr Salmon’s plans for the local force contact him via wtnews@westerntelegraph.co.uk or leave a comment below.

 

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