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Tuesday, July 24, 2007


This is a very badly drafted 'fishing trip' - why will it help to reduce crime if the police know "Mental illness outpatient first attendances and Persons receiving "drug treatment" in the area." No post code level specified in the legislation. Who is giving the LAs advice on hopw these figures can be used - and why is information already available on arrests for alcohol related crimes, calls to the police about alcohol related disorder and incidents attended by the Ambulance Service that involved alcohol not sufficient? What will this added information add?

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