Council Warns That "Giving Money To Beggars Can Kill Them."
Exeter Council has warned that handing money over to the needy can lead to deaths.
According to a campaign runned by the Exeter Community Safety Partnership and Devon and Cornwall Police:
“Money handed over to beggars is often spent on drugs or alcohol or to fund a comfortable lifestyle away from the streets.”
Council Leader Pete Edwards said:
“Evidence that the overwhelming majority of people begging on the streets of Exeter spend their begging money on crack cocaine and heroin is indisputable. Giving money to these people could be fuelling a drug habit that will eventually kill them!”
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Support Solutions 5th National Housing Support & Social Care Conference 2014
The conference tackled todays issues at provider level, and provided knowledgeable people to present the workshops.
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