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  • Mar 05, 2012
  • 11:39 AM

Police let foreign crime suspects go due to lack of interpreters

Mark Hughes / The Telegraph
The company, Applied Language Solutions, said it had boosted its resources in the past two weeks and “implemented significant improvements” to deal with problems. But police chiefs have admitted that, in a small number of cases, foreign suspects arrested for low-level crimes such as shoplifting have had to be freed on bail before questioning.

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