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Avon and Somerset chief defends decision not to intervene over statue

'Our objectives were better served not intervening' says chief who has been backed by PCC.

Avon and Somerset chief defends decision not to intervene over statue

Date - 10th June 2020
By - Police Oracle
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There was "no lack of courage" when Avon and Somerset officers made a tactical decision not to intervene after a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was toppled by protesters, the force’s chief constable has said. Home Secretary...
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