Pledge to cut out 'disorder'
A POLICE commissioner candidate has committed to all reports of anti-social behaviour being responded to by officers within 24 hours.
Labour's Joy Garner is proposing to create an anti-social behaviour task force if she is elected on November 15.
It would be designed to respond quickly to all reports – and draft ideas on how to stamp out the issue altogether.
She said: "The issue being raised time and time again is anti-social behaviour."
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Conservative candidate Matthew Ellis, whose plans include training more specials constables, said: "I don't understand what the pledge is. An awful lot of what Joy is saying is already happening.
"I agree with her aspirations, I just don't know what the point is of setting up something called a task force when – broadly speaking – it's already happening."