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    500,000 UK crimes committed by repeat offenders

    Enough of this bollocks, do it US-style, three strikes and you're out. And make the fuckers work while they are incarcerated, so they subsidise or even pay for their time.

    And FUCK the European human fucking rights shit.

    500,000 crimes a year by repeat offenders

    Wesley Johnson

    Thursday, 27 October 2011





    Repeat offenders committed more than 500,000 offences in a year, with more than half of these carried out by career criminals each with more than 25 previous offences, figures showed today.
    These included some 3,400 serious violent or sexual offences, and a fifth of the offenders who returned to crime were juveniles, the latest figures for 2009 released by the Ministry of Justice showed.
    Other figures also out today showed 134 dangerous criminals were charged with murder, rape or another serious offence in 2010/11, despite being monitored by the authorities.
    It is the first time that the number of offences committed by offenders who have returned to crime, 510,000 in 2009, has been published.
    More than 10,000 burglars went on to commit another 1,800 domestic burglaries within a year, and almost 3,000 thefts.
    And more than 6,000 serious violent offenders went on to commit more than 650 violent offences, 48 of which were classed as serious.
    The breakdown of figures also showed that more than 8,000 sex offenders, including more than 4,000 who abused children, went on to commit more than 1,200 further sex crimes, including 330 against children.
    Of the 134 dangerous or sexual offenders charged with a serious further offence last year, 26 were managed with regular multi-agency public protection (Mapp) meetings, other figures showed.
    Three of these were assessed as posing the highest risk to the public and eight serious case reviews were ordered after the offenders went on to kill or rape, or tried to murder or rape, despite being monitored.
    Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (Mappa) panels, which include police, councils and other Government agencies, were set up to manage the risks to the public from dangerous criminals after they leave prison.
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    Who is this repeat offender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
    Who is this repeat offender?
    Sorry, but what?

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    The one who is doing 500,000 crimes.

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    I think anyone caught wearing a hoodie should be jailed for a start.

    Hang on, a beating first, then jail.

    I mean really, can't they just stop making them? Make it illegal to sell them? Bring back shell suits!

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    the punishment just ain't working.
    they have decent grub, a big lie-down and can watch tele or play pool
    plus they can usually get all the dope they need.
    there are as many on the outside and more
    who don't have enough to eat
    or the heat, come the winter.
    taxpayer takes care of criminal rights.
    really they should be put to work to earn their keep.

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    Three strikes appears to work pretty well in the American states which have it. Doesn't rehabilitate anyone, but does get the career criminals off the street. Downsides are that when one of these guys knows he is about to get arrested for that third strike, he will often try to shoot his way out, knowing that if he gets nabbed, he's done. Also, once hit with the third strike, you got the expense of feeding, housing, guarding, etc, etc FOREVER - as well as a sub-class of incarcerated prisoners (most of them, in California anyway, who are members of violent gangs) who have absolutely nothing left to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
    The one who is doing 500,000 crimes.
    Sorry Begbie I didn't realise you were illiterate.
    500,000 UK crimes committed by repeat offenders
    When you put the S on the end of it, it signifies the plural.


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