Many local people are worried and scared to leave their homes, some during the day. Drunken anti social behaviour needs to be dealt with and banning cheap alcohol is a good start
(PRWEB UK) 2 December 2012
Cheap booze could become a thing of the past if Government ministers succeed in banning cut-price alcohol and bulk-buy discounts. This move is not only to save taxpayers money in the long term through the reduction of the high costs of Policing and extra admissions to A&E but also the cost of the nations health.
The article claims that charging at least 50p per unit would reduce the number of crimes by 42,500 in the first year alone and 10 years in the ban would have helped to prevent 15,000 deaths and 481,00 hospital admissions. Drunken anti social behaviour is a real worry for many, some fearing to leave their homes even during the day. Cases of violence and anti social behaviour where cheap alcohol has been freely available is a common sight in many towns and an extra burden on Police and hospital services.
Detectives and investigators at Private Detectives Birmingham have many practical and helpful services to ensure security and safety while the wait for the new stronger measures are to be bought in. These services include buglar alarms and light montion sensors for homes and business premises, which will alert the pressents of an intruder or act as a preventative measure.
A spokesperson for Private Detectives Birmingham said, “Many local people are worried and scared to leave their homes, some during the day. Drunken anti social behaviour needs to be dealt with and banning cheap alcohol is a good start”.
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