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Half Of Antisocial Behaviour Complaints Are Online

Complaints from the public about abuse, threats or antisocial behaviour on Facebook, Twitter or other social media are becoming a significant part of the daily reports received by frontline police, a senior officer has said. Chief Constable Alex Marshall, the head of the College of Policing, has said that it is becoming a real problem, with as many as half the daily complaints by the public about low-level antisocial behaviour now relating to activity that happens online. He added that soon every police investigation will include an online element.

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