Published: 20:15, 07 December 2017
The amount of anti-social behaviour in Kent has fallen by 11%.
A report out this week, scruitinised by Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Scott, compared figures from this year to the previous year ending October 2016.
The percentage represents a fall of around 5,000 crimes, but not everywhere has seen a reduction including Ashford.
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