Citizens frustrated too

Well the frustration is not limited to the police. It is my humble opinion that people are frustrated by having to lock the house up tighter than a jail cell if they wish to walk over the road to visit a friend, go to the shops that are only 10 minutes away or work out the back or the front of the house.

You have to have your keys on you all the time in case you suddenly find you need to dash out and have to go around putting security alarms on.

Then there is the frustration of knowing that if the crooks are caught and found guilty the judicial system will give them a slap on the wrist and nothing else.

Margaret Ryan,

Ballajura