The three questions, and two ideas.

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Which idea is the easiest to solve?

Which idea has the biggest, positive impact?

Which one would the goverment aprove of most?

Out of,

There should be more police on the streets!

The goverment should be stricter and hold more severe punishments!?!

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg impartial_panda_bear | Boutcher C of E Primary School
    30 Jan 2019

    I must have accidentally pressed submit for approval! I meant to write a lot more.
    What I meant to say was...
    The government want people to like them. So by getting a good reputation and helping people at the same time would be a good move for the government. However, some people may not like a ruthless government. They would be limited in what they do. However, many police on the streets may have a similar effect, they wouldn't dare to do the wrong thing and could get away with less. There could be a police man or woman for every estate or passage where risky things may be going on (e.g gang work or suspicious people and their family.) However there is a reason the government hasn't already got more brave men and women battling for what is right. Not everyone would want to fight crimes and put themselves in danger for the whole country. I found out that ' 64 law enforcement officers were killed per year' doesn't sound particularly inviting. However, like in court, what if joining the police was your duty as a British citizen to help the police force and keep an eye on suspicious behavior? If many people worked short shifts, we may have a solution to a long line of problems.

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    1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
      impartial_panda_bear's comment 31 Jan 2019

      Your figure of 64 officers killed is an American statistic. The UK figure is probably much lower. Perhaps you can try to find this.

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