Tuesday, December 10, 2019

David Fraser

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David Fraser is the author of Licence to Kill, Britain’s Surrender to Violence. He is a former senior probation officer and criminal intelligence analyst with the National Criminal Intelligence Service (now the National Crime Agency).

Licence to kiIl, maim and rape again

IN January 2003, PC Gerald ‘Ged’ Walker, a dog handler with the Nottingham Police, was killed by David Parfitt a criminal who had been...

Life should mean life for ALL killers

LAST month Boris Johnson announced his intention that in future ‘life will mean life’ for the killers of pre-school children.  This is the first time...

Criminals must fear the courts and the police

BORIS Johnson recently pledged to recruit 20,000 extra police officers (1). This is a step in the right direction but we should have no...

Poverty doesn’t cause crime, Mr Mayor. Criminals do

A FEW weeks ago the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, released a report showing how the poorest areas of London are the most likely...

Why the liberals are so wrong about soft sentences

Boris Johnson’s welcome ‘urgent review’ and promised U-turn on Rory Stewart’s softer prison sentencing policy has sparked a predictable spate of liberal criticism, led by...

EU’s unelected elite is the biggest threat to Britain since Hitler

THOSE against Britain leaving the EU have used every device possible to prevent the majority vote of the 2016 referendum being acted upon. A...

Abject failure of the rehabilitation industry

INVOLVING private companies in the supervision of offenders with the aim of ‘reducing’ their offending was an idea that was never going to work....

Madness of abolishing the short, sharp shock

LAST month the think tank Civitas reported on a recent proposal by Justice Secretary David Gauke and junior Justice Minister Rory Stewart to abolish...

No, Minister. Criminals need prison, not community work

IT WAS recently announced that Prisons Minister Rory Stewart wants to scrap jail sentences of less than six months in England and Wales. Both...

The killing of Lee Pomeroy, and a government in denial about crime and punishment

ON January 5 it was reported that 52-year-old Lee Pomeroy was stabbed to death on a train following an argument with an assailant, who...

The absurd lottery of parole

In 1973, 22-year-old David McGreavy killed three young children in their home in Worcester. He had been babysitting at the request of their mother,...

The stop-and-search myth that maligns our police

THE Guardian reported in October on research authored by a group of legal, academic and community activists campaigning for, among other things, ‘fairness’ for...

Tough sentences are the only way to protect police and public

Almost every day brings a fresh example of worsening criminal violence, committed in broad daylight, and now directed at police themselves. Last week two...

Crime, punishment and a government in denial

Home Office Minister Victoria Atkins was interviewed by John Humphrys last week on BBC Radio 4’s Today. The topic was the unrelenting increase in...

For a repeat violent crime, throw away the key

This is the third of three articles by David Fraser based on his book about Britain’s surrender to violence, Licence to Kill, which was...

The inescapable fact – growing leniency equals rising crime

This is the second of three articles by David Fraser based on his new book about Britain’s surrender to violence, Licence to Kill, which...

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