VIDEO: Anti-social crime action is key, says police professor Martin Innes

Martin Innes, professor of police science at Cardiff University, says despite the financial challenges facing police forces across Wales, dealing with anti-social problems is very important as incidents acted like magnets, causing other problems.

"One of the reasons we know dealing with anti-social behaviour is very important is because it stops the onset of criminal careers," he said.

His comments come after Ian Arundale, retiring chief constable of Dyfed-Powys Police, says police could miss crime such as anti-social behaviour due to UK government cuts.

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