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Met Police aims to tackle low-level crime

The Met has launched a crackdown across London's 32 boroughs to tackle low-level crime.

It comes as the latest figures reveal crime in England and Wales has gone down by 7%.

Jay Ali, a victim of anti-social behaviour, Commander Mak Chishty from the Met and Baroness Newlove, Victims' Commissioner, give their views on how low-level crime can impact people's lives.

  • 18 Jul 2013
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