A new film showing how crime is processed through the criminal justice system has been launched on police.uk.
It shows how a crime is processed through the criminal justice system from beginning to end has been launched on police.uk. Viewers hear from a Police Constable, a Crime Scene Investigator and Detective Inspector all describing their role in the burglary investigation.
The film helps provide context to the data on the police.uk website. It also highlights the importance of witnesses to a case and lets the public know what they can expect under the Victims’ Code.
Policing Minister Damian Green said: “Police.uk is an integral part of this government’s reforms to make the police more accountable to the communities they serve.
The popularity of the site, which has almost half a million visits a month, underlines that 3 years on it remains a great place for enabling the public to find out crime levels in their area and to see what action the police are taking doing to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.”
Check out the video below.
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