more crimes have taken place within the areas
shown here than are listed, these are the crimes
reported - a fraction of the true happening.
Eleven areas are shown but evil, criminal drug
dealers operate in a far wider area then shown
Do you want your kids, your
grand kids to to be part of some future
statistic. Do you want them to be at risk from
evil criminal drug dealers ? NO OF COURSE NOT.
Public awareness - FULL AWARENESS - that has to
be the way forward.
But before that can happen
the addicts, the victims have to be taken care
of and made clean.
Milton Keynes DOES NOT have
an effective medical support system for victim
addicts. NO it does not, no matter what anyone
may say. NO IT DOES NOT !
The local GP has to be the
one who can medically take care of an addict.
The GP has to be the one
issuing prescriptions and assigning delivery to
a specific pharmacist. Our hospital needs
to be aware of what we are doing and needs to be
able to respond in an emergency but it should no
tbe burdened with day-to-day operation.
Supporting an addict can not be centralised,
it has to be local and it has to be personal.
We need to discuss this with
West Bletchley has one
medical centre, Whaddon Medical Centre. I have
been a patient of this group of GPs since 1971.
There are three pharmacies in West Bletchley.
There are support groups in
Milton Keynes: NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS and COCAINE
ANONYMOUS. We need to work with them and use
their love to help victims.
We need to find out how many
addicts there are in West Bletchley and in
Greater Bletchley. We need to know the extent of
the need. We have to do this without asking
professionals to breach confidentiality.
An addict can walk into a
pharmacy and ask for a free supply of needles
and syringes with which to inject illegal drugs
supplied by the criminals. In a sealed grey bag
the pharmacist will hand these over together
with a used needle receptacle AND all the
preparation equipment for the illegal drugs.
All handed over without any counselling or offer
of support. I am not blaming any pharmacist,
this is the system the government has set down
for them to operate.
So in any given week how many
grey bags are handed out by:
P & I Smiths Whaddon Way
Cox & Robinson Melrose
Rainbow Pharmacy Witham
Knowing what we are dealing
with we then need to move the victims to seek
support from their GP. We need GPs to be ready
to love victims into recovery.
Only then can we engage the
public. We can do this very easily when the time
comes via local notice boards, council
surgeries and pharmacists. People need to know
this picture is not a harmless spoon but a drug
cooking dish. Needles and syringes are a
danger to all and should not be touched.
We need a 24/7 system of
rapid response volunteers trained to photograph
and log before safely removing any found drug
paraphernalia. I will take my tun to rill a
We have to raise everything
to a very high level of public awareness.
When this is in place
alongside a working medical care system we can
then insist the police support us.
I suggest in these early
planning stages we engage with our community
police officers. At the same time we discuss our
thinking with the Chief Constable of Thames
Valley Police and the Police Commissioner. So we
come at things from both ends !
I have the greatest possible
respect for our police officers and will always
support them but it is a fact that the police
are turning a blind eye to criminal knife
carrying drug dealers. THIS HAS TO STOP.
The police must be more proactive.
The police must pick off the
runners, particularly the children for their own
safety. They must follow up all leads and
information identifying dealers. In Milton
Keynes we have county line drug dealers
operating from Northampton, Luton and Liverpool.
Police areas must work together to take these
agents of evil out of society.
Drug crime produces secondary
crime. Victim addicts steal to feed their
habits. In some cases dealers will
co-ordinate this crime. Bike theft in Central
Milton Keynes is drug related and dealer
Dealers having preyed on the
homeless rough-sleepers are now starting to use
them within their networks. I am not sure if he
is still there or not, but there was a homeless
rough-sleeping teenager in a park near
Fishermead. His tent was used by a dealer as a
However, the police face a
problem. If they arrest someone and take them to
court where the magistrates do not act firmly
and promptly ten the original issue simply
escalates. You can not blame the police for
taking the easy and possibly the right way out
by doing nothing. We need to discuss this with
our magistrates and factor their thinking into
Magistrates need to
understand that an addict before them accused of
petty theft to fund the activities of major
criminals is a victim. Yes, he has committed a
crime but only under pressure. Punishment may be
appropriate but support is ALWAYS needed. A
court can issue a DRR order - Drug Recovery &
Rehabilitation Order but magistrates have to
understand at present there is not an effective
system in place to make such an order work.
We can not write off the
existing community of addicts, we have to
lovingly support them. However, as a matter of
great urgency protect our residential areas from
the evil knife carrying drug gangs who every day
operate without fear. Do you want your children,
grandchildren to become their next victims ?
SOCIETY DESERVES TO BE PROTECTED FROM THIS EVIL.
VICTIMS DESERVE LOVE AND SUPPORT TO GET THEIR
LIVES BACK ON TRACK.
OFFICERS AT WOODHILL PRISON DESERVE THE OVERTIME
PAYMENTS NEEDED TO KEEP THESE EVIL DRUG DEALERS
LOCKED UP FOR A VERY, VERY LONG TIME !