Monday, September 27, 2010

Councillor calls for police to use pirate radio for appeals

POLICE appeals should be broadcast on pirate radio stations [in London] to help crack criminal cases, it has been claimed.
Lewisham Lib Dem Councillor Duwayne Brooks has urged police to start using the unlicensed stations. Cllr Brooks, 35, who is also Lewisham Community Police Consultative Group vice chairman, made the call.

The Met has said raising awareness of crimes is a “complex challenge”, but has ruled out using the stations because they are illegal.

(Source: South London Press)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

how can you do that without breaking the 1949 WT act.Go ahead and do .I would love to then take the police court for breaking the act.vot for a free and independant press witch inculdes broadcasting its the only way to keep the goevenment honest
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