The Hive in Birkenhead (c) Abigail Ford
The Hive in Birkenhead (c) Abigail Ford

Over 4000 young people across Merseyside are to benefit from the proceeds of crime to keep them off the streets during Halloween.

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The Police Crime Commissioner is tackling anti-social behaviour and wider youth crime providing opportunities and skill training at youth centres across the region.

The money is coming from the Youth Diversion Fund, which uses cash raised from selling criminals’ assets.

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View Abigail Ford’s video report here:



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