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Police Minister Lisa Neville and Shadow Police Minister Ed O’Donohue join Tom in the studio for roundtable discussion on crime

In Studio with Tom Elliott
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Shadow Police Minister Ed O’Donohue says Victorians are statistically less safe in their own homes compared to four years ago.

Joining Police Minister Lisa Neville in the studio for a roundtable discussion on crime and community safety, Minister O’Donohue told Tom Elliott the Labor government has their “head in the sand” over currently crime rates.

“(The Labor Government) have had their heads in the sand over law and order for over two years and Victorians have been paying a heavy price ever since,” he said.

Minister Neville refuted those claims, re-affirming the Labor Government’s commitment to curbing the growing problem.

“You don’t put in three billion dollars of investment in Victoria Police with more equipment and new laws if you don’t recognise there’s a problem,” she said.

“We have a plan and that plan is starting to pay dividends.”

Click PLAY to hear the full roundtable discussion on 3AW Drive

In Studio with Tom Elliott
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