Anti-Crime Report Due 21st March Accuses Politicians & Bureaucrats

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The Society for Action Against Crime is releasing its first of 20 Special Reports "Education & Crime" designed to massively reduce crime levels.

The Society for Action Against Crime Ltd.’s Education & Crime Report is to be released on 21st March. It names some of the politicians the Society believes are responsible for high levels of crime.

Based upon a decade’s research, the Society’s Report identifies the disturbing correlation between claimed higher academic achievement and rising crime.

The Report is highly critical of the education establishment and it savages Lincolnshire Education Authority for its failures which led to Luke Walmsley being stabbed to death in one of its schools.

Tony Blair, David Blunkett and Charles Clarke are amongst those named in the Society’s Report which compliments its website In addition to identifying some of the causes of crime, the Report proposes solutions including a specific compulsory social examination subject – Concern & Consequences; a national pro-active anti-bullying initiative; zero tolerance of disruptive behaviour; greater autonomy for head teachers; and the scrapping of layers of fatuous bureaucracy.

Peter Winstanley-Brown, the Society’s Founder, believes that crime can be brought down at least 25% year-on-year, but this will only happen if guilty Governments take measures on a whole range of subjects simultaneously.

Each of S.A.A.C.’s forthcoming twenty Reports will cover a particular aspect of crime which, put together like a jigsaw puzzle, will result in far fewer crimes being committed and far more solved and punished.

Access to S.A.A.C.’s Reports is via from 21st March 05 and in the run-up to the UK General Election their website will also make comment on which politicians, if any, they feel likely to take effective new measures to reduce crime significantly.

The Society for Action Against Crime Ltd. is a not-for-profit organisation formed in 1994 and all of its supporters' contributions are spent on its campaigning, including political lobbying.


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