There has been a big fall in crime across England and Wales, despite there being 4,500 fewer police officers. Crime fell by nine percent in the last year. It is now at its lowest level since 1981. But some are warning that the cuts could make such progress hard to sustain.
UK Editor Lucy Manning reports:
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