To the editor:
Re: "E-Comm at fault for VPD's failure to respond to break-ins," March 8.
I am surprised that your paper is so concerned over the VPD's failure to respond to break-ins to 20 vehicles in a West End building.
When they do respond, the number of thefts is so overwhelming that the police are immediately bogged down in paperwork. Incidentally, these multiple break-ins happen every single night.
And in the rare occasion when the police do arrest the culprits, nothing happens to these criminals anyway.
The Courier would be better off addressing the lameness of the criminal justice system rather than constantly blaming the police for everything.
John Clench Vancouver