Com­mu­nity is frus­trated

The Cairns Post - - VIEWS -

I RE­FER to the ar­ti­cle Page 8 (CP, 05/12) where the po­lice are frus­trated at the num­ber of ve­hi­cles be­ing stolen from un­se­cured premises and the easy way to fix that is make sure your car is locked and don’t leave your keys ly­ing around and keep your house se­cured.

I have to say I am sure the whole com­mu­nity is frus­trated at this in­ept Palaszczuk La­bor gov­ern­ment to bring in mea­sures to cur­tail ju­ve­nile crime.

Se­nior ci­ti­zens are spend­ing thou­sands of dol­lars for­ti­fy­ing their homes so they may get a good night’s sleep. One has to won­der if they will ever get out of their home in the event of a fire.

When it comes to the re­port card on crime, the State Gov­ern­ment I would sug­gest would be deemed in bold let­ters NYC (Not Yet Com­pe­tent). David Thoumine, Cran­brook PRI­VACY POL­ICY: Our pri­vacy pol­icy www.ap­n­arm.com.au/pri­vacy in­cludes im­por­tant in­for­ma­tion about our col­lec­tion, use and dis­clo­sure of your per­sonal in­for­ma­tion (in­clud­ing to pro­vide you with tar­geted ad­ver­tis­ing based on your on­line ac­tiv­i­ties). It ex­plains that if you do not pro­vide us with in­for­ma­tion we have re­quested from you, we may not be able to pro­vide you with the goods and ser­vices you re­quire. It also ex­plains how you can ac­cess or seek cor­rec­tion of your per­sonal in­for­ma­tion, how you can com­plain about a breach of the Aus­tralian Pri­vacy Prin­ci­ples and how we will deal with a com­plaint of that na­ture.

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