Chief Inspector Wringer is known for his vocal support of controversial hardline policies such as making violent prisoners serve the first week of their sentence without full access to the internet and occasionally only providing second class stamps for them to write home with. In 2004 he was once again at the centre of a dispute when he refused to donate a Harrods Christmas hamper to everyone on a life sentence.
"Marks and Spencers 'Finest' range are quite good enough for them" He is reported to have said.
He spoke to Chalk News today:
"These tough new Christmas Card policies won't go down well with everybody, but we believe that murderers, drug barons and thieves love their fellow man just as much as you and I; well maybe not the murderers... but the others certainly do."
He declined to comment on allegations that some detainees in his station's holding cells had been forced to go without Hungarian goose down pillows.