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PSNI refocuses on local concerns highlighted in perception survey

Drugs, alcohol and lack of parental control cited as reasons behind increasing crime levels.

Officers detain an anti-lockdown protester on the Stormont estate in Belfast.

Officers detain an anti-lockdown protester on the Stormont estate in Belfast.

Date - 19th October 2020
By - Chris Smith
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A Department of Justice survey revealed the public believe drugs, alcohol and a lack of control over young people is driving crime. The official data in Perceptions of Crime: Findings from the 2018/19 Northern Ireland Safe Community Survey revealed...
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