Police need "the tools to do the job" if they are going to investigate every crime which is reported, a watchdog has told Good Morning Britain.
HMIC's Thomas Winsor said police did prioritise violent crimes but needed to be "properly supervised, properly lead and given the tools to do the job," if they were going to investigate more low level criminality.
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