Police Ramp Up Patrols to Fight Islamophobia After Berlin Attack

Thursday, December 22, 2016
By Paul Martin

by VIRGINIA HALE
BreitBart.com
22 Dec 2016

Bristol has stepped up police presence in the city centre to combat potential Islamophobia in the wake of the Berlin terror attack.

At least 12 were killed and many more injured, more than a dozen critically, when a truck was driven into crowds of people at a Christmas market in the German capital. Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the act of terror, with police chiefs warning that the country can expect “further significant attacks”.

Following the attack officers, both mounted and on foot, and Police Community Support Officers (PCSO) have been patrolling the Bristol Christmas market in Broadmead, England.

Area commander for Bristol, Chief Superintendent Jon Reilly, confirmed that extra officers have been deployed to prevent ‘hate crime’.

“Following previous terror attacks across mainland Europe we have seen an increase in the number of reported Islamophobic hate crimes in the Avon and Somerset area.

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