UK Police use flowers to reduce crime


Police are spending thousands of pounds on flowers.

Avon and Somerset police have been given a grant to start a community flower garden in Bristol, Southwestern England, in attempt to deter crime, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reports.

The cops are hoping that the floral display at St. Andrew’s Park will deter petty criminals and reduce anti-social behaviour in the area.

A resident, Juliana Hounsfield, said: “The effect has been absolutely extraordinary.

“It’s changed my life, everyone is taking pictures of the flowers, little children run through them, adults sit amongst them peacefully, no one can believe how beautiful it has become in short space of time.”



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