COPS is ordered to stay out of Twitter rows and fight crime after years of failing at robberies.
Ministers want police to investigate all crimes where there is a “reasonable lead” amid fears some offenses have actually been decriminalised.
According to the Sun on Sunday newspaper, emergency services will use surveillance cameras, doorbell videos, GPS trackers and witness statements to apprehend criminals.
YouGov polls show that most people lack confidence that the police will bother to investigate a wide range of crimes.
And some authorities are refusing to investigate theft of items under £50.
There is hope that victims will no longer have to play detective when their bike is stolen. A public announcement of the move is expected within a few weeks.
This comes after Home Secretary Suella Braverman ordered police to abandon political correctness and focus on capturing crooks.
Ms. Braverman has told them to focus on “sound policing” rather than problems solved.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to highlight crime as a dividing line in the next general election and plans to attack Sir Keir Starmer’s crime record.