THE TOWN WHERE THE POLICE HAVE GIVEN UP: ONLY 10 OFFICERS FOR A POPULATION OF 90,000 PEOPLE, FORCING RESIDENTS TO PATROL THE STREETS

A town in the United Kingdom with a population of 90,000 has had its "streets abandoned by police" and been left with just 10 officers on duty at a time.Residents of Hartlepool, County Durham, band together to patrol their neighbourhoods...

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United Kingdom: in Europein the European Union
- United Kingdom Wikipedia
County: A county is a geographical region of a country used for administrative or other purposes in certain modern nations. Its etymology derives from the Old French term, cont or cunt and could denote a jurisdiction in mainland Europe, under the sovereignty of a count or a viscount. The modern French is
Durham: Coordinates: 544634N 13424W 54.7761N 1.5733W 54.7761 -1.5733
Hartlepool: Coordinates: 5441N 113W 54.69N 1.21W 54.69 -1.21