Yobs to be made to wash police cars under Rishi Sunak’s plan to tackle antisocial behaviour

Marked Police 4x4 Responding to emergency speeding down motorway.

YOBS will be forced to wash police cars under Rishi Sunak’s new plan to tackle the “scourge” of antisocial behaviour.

Criminals will be made to repair damage in communities in days under Immediate Justice trials set to start in ten areas.

The PM wants yobs publicly punished in a plan to tackle the ‘scourge’ of antisocial behaviour

The PM wants graffitied and vandalised areas fixed inside 48 hours and yobs publicly punished.

Under his plan announced Monday, victims will get a say in deciding what punishment offenders face.

They will be made to wear jumpsuits or hi-viz jackets as they clean up graffiti, pick litter or wash police cars.

Mr Sunak said: “For too long people have put up with the scourge of anti-social behaviour in their neighbourhoods.

“These are not minor crimes.

“They disrupt people’s daily lives.”

“They hold businesses back and erode the sense of safety and community that brings people together.

“That’s why I’m bringing forward a new plan to crack down on this behaviour once and for all – so that everyone can feel proud of where they live.”

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