UKIP talks about the growing politicisation of policing. What does this mean?

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UKIP believes that most of our police officers are good people. However, their priorities and the laws they must enforce are set by politicians. Over recent decades the police have become swamped enforcing a politically-motivated and ever-expanding body of criminal law targeting free speech and family life. Meanwhile, anti-social behaviour, thefts and assaults go investigated. We want to see a full review of the criminal law to simplify it and make the job of policing more efficient.

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