Sending police officers out to investigate every single report the emergency service gets is "a bad use of resources", the Warwickshire Police Crime Commissioner has said.
Ron Ball told Good Morning Britain, Warwickshire Constabulary investigated every call they received, but looked into some from the desk and then prioritised officers to the most pressing cases.
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