Saturday, 26 September 2009


A senior UK Police Officer has said at an inquest that it is 'not the job' of Police Officers to deal with 'anti-social behaviour'. Erm, well whose job is it then? Vigilantes?

Well I'm very glad to say that it is very much the job of the RCMP to deal with antisocial behaviour over here in our part of BC. However, seeing as social responsibility is drilled into kids at pre-school and by parents, most of the anti-social behaviour is confined to certain problem households. All the children I've come across in Canada have been polite, very pleasant, and full of energy. No gangs on the streets shouting abuse at passers by as I regularly witnessed in the UK. No big crowds of unsupervised children at all.

This is definitely where I want any putative grandchildren to grow up.

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