Star FEATURE: Tough-talking new neighbourhoods police chief vows to release South Yorkshire communities from grip of criminal gangs

Crime-riddled neighbourhoods will be released from the grip of the criminal gangs that control them – paving the way for residents to take back control of their own streets.

That is the key message from the new man in charge of policing South Yorkshire’s neighbourhoods who has vowed to put bobbies back on the beat, smash rogue gangs making residents’ lives hell and to put those responsible behind bars.

Tough-talking David Hartley has just been promoted to assistant chief constable for South Yorkshire Police and has been tasked with bringing about a return to traditional neighbourhood policing that will see more officers patrolling the streets.

Read more at: http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/feature-tough-talking-new-neighbourhoods-police-chief-vows-to-release-south-yorkshire-communities-from-grip-of-criminal-gangs-1-8492323

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4 Responses to Star FEATURE: Tough-talking new neighbourhoods police chief vows to release South Yorkshire communities from grip of criminal gangs

  1. Caven Vines says:

    Is this the policeman son of Allan Hartley the ex chair of the old South Yorkshire police authority and Irean Hatley the ex PA of John Healey Labour MP
    Or is it a different David Hartley ??

    • Paddy J Cawkwell says:

      Same one

    • Pink panther says:

      Mmmmmm

      They did alright out of healey and his predessor the similar hardy mp.

      As chair he started the closure of community policing and stations.

      He presided over the ongoing coverup over orgreave and hillsbrough?

      Turned a blind eye to the cse grooming?
      It was the victims to blame!

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