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Free Cash rewards with information leading to the conviction of drink drivers £500.00

Luckyjulie88 Avatar
2y, 4w agoPosted 2 years, 4 weeks ago
In view of the amount of feedback on my last post, I would say this is a cash incentive we could all take advantage of this christmas. Cash rewards for information leading to the conviction of drink drivers over the festive period. Read down the article it is stating national. please click on the Get Deal for information. Cash not Crash is my own Edit

http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/DRINK-DRIVING-Annual-police-campaigns-launches/story-24833704-detail/story.html
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2y, 4w agoPosted 2 years, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Bit misleading , £80 payout , i'm all for it, might spend xmas eve parked up in my local's car park.
#2
my posts not showing the link to the article with information for some reason, I submitted twice its happrned both times
#3
transit
Bit misleading , £80 payout , i'm all for it, might spend xmas eve parked up in my local's car park.

sorry lol
#4
Your text here This is the link to the article I came across
3 Likes #5
Luckyjulie88
transit
Bit misleading , £80 payout , i'm all for it, might spend xmas eve parked up in my local's car park.

sorry lol

Don't be, its about time we get these cretins locked up and banned from our roads.
#6
not national cold
#7
slavibigspender
not national cold
should be on all year through and all of uk
#8
So it now makes it impossible to go out with the car, in fear someone might slip you a mickey so they can dob you in for the £80.
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newbie1001
So it now makes it impossible to go out with the car, in fear someone might slip you a mickey so they can dob you in for the £80.

yea... because thats a daily occurrence
#10
Good grief, this stinks to the high heavens.

How about doing the right thing without expecting any money for doing so?
Surely we do the right thing because it's the right thing to do - not because we're looking for cash payments?

It just goes to show how far down the moral scale our society has fallen that this is deemed necessary.
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tryn2help
Good grief, this stinks to the high heavens.

How about doing the right thing without expecting any money for doing so?
Surely we do the right thing because it's the right thing to do - not because we're looking for cash payments?

It just goes to show how far down the moral scale our society has fallen that this is deemed necessary.

This has been running for some years, any deterrant including a cash incentive if needs be could save a life, in my view that doesnt stink. It stinks to me when people have such oppinionated views and do naff all but have a moan, you would be surprised the amount of support you get if you bought a better idea forward as a deterrant and worked at making it stand. First impressions dont teach us whats actually inside the book, in this instance especially what high risk communities this could prove to be a positive deterrant, the police serve as a service to fight crime, they have to be applauded for ther incentive for crime prevention in this subject, if it works theres no argument.
#12
Luckyjulie88
tryn2help
Good grief, this stinks to the high heavens.

How about doing the right thing without expecting any money for doing so?
Surely we do the right thing because it's the right thing to do - not because we're looking for cash payments?

It just goes to show how far down the moral scale our society has fallen that this is deemed necessary.
This has been running for some years, any deterrant including a cash incentive if needs be could save a life, in my view that doesnt stink. It stinks to me when people have such oppinionated views and do naff all but have a moan, you would be surprised the amount of support you get if you bought a better idea forward as a deterrant and worked at making it stand. First impressions dont teach us whats actually inside the book, in this instance especially what high risk communities this could prove to be a positive deterrant, the police serve as a service to fight crime, they have to be applauded for ther incentive for crime prevention in this subject, if it works theres no argument.
Firstly; If 'it's been running for some years' we will have sound data showing results, and reasons for continuing to fund this policy.
The reality is we don't have anything that any self-respecting criminologist would put their name to.

Secondly; If 'it's been running for some years' isn't it a contradiction to call it a deterrent?

Most people form opinions after acquiring and processing information - an action that can hardly be described as doing 'naff all' and sharing that information does not equate to 'have a moan'.

I did bring a better idea forward; it needs no work to stand, nor does it need unnecessary finance.

I go much further than 'first impressions' - there is absolutely no 'real' evidence anywhere ever to show this policy works.

I am well aware of the role played by police in society, but in my opinion this particular policy is a good example of lazy thinking in crime prevention.
#13
Jumpingphil
slavibigspender
not national cold


So, saving one or two people isn't ok with you? Jeeez.
i hate drink drivers but think saving people only in derby shire is not enough

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