Labour soft on crime

The Labour party has an appalling record on crime. They are rightly perceived as being soft as a jellyfish on crime and today Charles Chauvel proves that:

Labour’s justice spokesman, Charles Chauvel, wants to eliminate jail sentences of less than six months because they are of “zero utility”.

He said abolishing short sentences, commonly used for minor offences such as drug possession and stealing cars, would free up money to help offenders with their education and addictions.

Labour also proposes more use of police diversion for people caught possessing drugs or committing minor offences under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

They want to repeal 3 strikes and now not send crims to prison at all.

Labour’s internal polling must be so woeful they are now turning to appealing to the criminal classes to shore up support.


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