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Police sanctions 'ineffective'

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The Chief Inspector of Constabulary says that police efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour in England and Wales must not suffer because of spending cuts.

Chairman of Magistrates' Association, John Thornhill and Paul McKeever of Police Federation discuss whether the police need more resources to keep order on the streets.


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