Saturday, July 03, 2004

As they say... couldn't make it up.

North Wales Police Chief Constable Richard Brunstrom, scourge of motorists, friend of burglars (with one of the lowest clean-up rates in the country) has taken on a new role - tackling the UK's growing bat crimes.

Mr Brunstrom, a spokesman on wildlife issues for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), has been jointly responsible for bats becoming a police priority. "The emphasis of Operation Bat is on prevention rather than enforcement," he said.

The overall aim of it is to raise awareness of the legislation that protects bats so as to provide a clear message that bat crime is police business and will not be ignored.

For full story, click here.


At 1:15 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is not old Ricahrd Brunstrom's fault, although he may be a bad person, I blame the North Wales police officers, fir instance in Llandudni we have some plainclothes police officers, who seem to be paedophiles, and a traffick warden who looks over the wall at scjools kids, for the same reason, he is a real weirdo, every time i pass the school he is looking


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