EVERY household in need should be able to turn to a helpline they know, Labor says.
They hope the move will help restore public confidence in the police.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper is set to announce plans tomorrow to help the armed forces across the UK fill 7,000 vacancies.
It is part of the Labor Party’s pledge that there will be a designated, accessible police officer or community officer in all local areas.
People will know their Beat Bobby by a new “Police Guarantee.”
Half of the population says they never see a bobby in the beat.
Ms Cooper said: “The Tories have decimated policing in the neighborhood so half the country now says they never see a cop on the street.”
“No wonder trust in the police has plummeted.
“Everyone should have a designated, reachable police officer for their area who they can go to if something goes wrong.”
Labor statistics show a 60 percent fall in wage rates.
They accused the Tories of releasing up to nine out of 10 criminals as the number of people charged has plummeted.