Cumbria police's firearms and roads units under review
Last updated at 11:55, Thursday, 07 February 2013
Cumbria's roads and firearms police squads are under review as part of overall measures to cut costs at the county force.
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i think they could save a huge amount of money if they change the type of car they use when they are due for replacement to be honest you do see a lot of v expensive volvo estates & landrovers,there are cars out there a lot cheaper and just as capable
Dave, I think your numbers are a bit optimistic! All these cut backs are ridiculous, we should be having more officers, not less!
Marek and spitfire refer to helicopters and aircraft. Cumbria disbanded its air support unit in 1996. now depends on buying in air support assets which relies on other air units not being busy themselves.