'Council's patrolling children help to cut crime'
Nope, it’s not April 1st
Children as young as seven are being trained to patrol Scotland's streets to help fight crime. Uniformed primary school pupils go on the beat with council-employed community wardens to help police hunt down vandals, fly-tippers and troublemakers...It is hoped children who have been out on the patrols will be encouraged to report back to community wardens or directly to the police if they spot any wrongdoing as they go about their everyday lives. The junior wardens are issued with a notebook, pencil and camera for their investigations, and wear a polo shirt with the community warden logo.
Wonder what colour the shirt is?