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“Clearly, there are some crimes — again, crimes — that the police just can’t be bothered to take seriously anymore, even though enforcing the law is their only job.” (e.g. possession of marijuana) “Triaging of minor offences might make sense in a country plagued with rampant, serious crimes. But we’ve gone from extremely safe to even safer, in a country where the number of law enforcement officers has been stable. What’s wrong with this picture?”  My theory is that local politicians want their communities to have the lowest crime rates to encourage residential, commercial and industrial development so they encourage the police to make fewer arrests and be more engaged in community involvement instead.

Matt Gurney: If crime is consistently down, why does it sometimes seem that the police can’t be bothered to enforce the law? | National Post.

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