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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Cops have mountain to climb

Cops have mountain to climb: "Gun crime has become rife and police are struggling to cope with a caseload that includes 14 unsolved murders and 21 attempted murders or shooting investigations.
Half of the unsolved killings are gang-related shootings and have taken place in the last 12 months.
Commissioner Michael DeSilva admitted the Serious Crime Unit was not designed to handle its current workload.
As a result, 14 members of staff from the U.K. - including retired police officers, investigators and analysts - will bolster the unit over the coming months.The first batch of support officers is already in place. They will help review older cases such as the Gleen Wolffe, Shaundae Jones, Jason Lightbourne, Marcus Gibbings and Shaki Crockwell murders and look for new lines of inquiries."



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