The head of Essex Police has hailed the force’s superb handling of the big cat outbreak in the county, proclaiming that, with the odd exception, Essex is now safe for the general public with the threat of being eaten alive minimalised to a few unavoidable casualties. Paul Mason, the chief constable of Essex Constabulary, said he was delighted with his officers’ professionalism and bravery during the crisis. ‘We’re sending out a message, to the lion community, that Essex is open for business.
Posted: Aug 28th, 2012
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