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What victims say about the crimes police don’t investigate any more

In a statement released yesterday GMP’s assistant chief constable Rob Potts told how GMP assesses which crimes it decides to actively investigate.

He said: “We prioritise our workload to focus on the most serious crime which represents the greatest threat, harm and risk to the public. We also make decisions on investigations based on ‘solvability factors’ which basically assesses the realistic likelihood of a positive outcome to ensure we maximise the impact of what are public resources at a time when reported crime has significantly increased.

“In many crimes there are no witnesses, CCTV or forensic opportunities, which means there are often no leads for the officer to investigate further.

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/what-victims-say-crimes-police-15256213

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