Chief Inspector Nick Glynn, of Leicestershire Police
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Anti-social behaviour changes to help those most at risk

Eight police forces in England and Wales will today begin testing new ways of handling complaints about anti-social behaviour, which the government hopes will help identify and protect the most vulnerable victims.

The seven-month pilot project follows the death of Fiona Pilkington who killed herself and her disabled daughter after years of abuse from a teenage gang.

Chief Inspector Nick Glynn, of Leicestershire Police told the BBC what the changes would mean.

  • 04 Jan 2011
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