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Diversity dance group aid police crime campaign

Diversity with Pc Harvey Watson
Pc Harvey said Diversity members were keen to help

A Leicester police officer has enlisted celebrity dance group Diversity to help drive home crime prevention advice to students.

The Britain's Got Talent winners were filmed telling students not to walk home alone at night and to mark their property with UV pens.

Pc Harvey Watson, beat officer for the University of Leicester, enlisted the group after they performed in the city.

The video can be seen on his 'Campus Cops' Facebook website.

He said: "They were all nice lads and very keen to help.

"Groups like Diversity are what the youth of today are following so I thought that they would be a good way to get important crime prevention messages out there."

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