(PRWEB UK) 4 March 2013
According to the BBC News article Troubled families scheme for England 'working', the government have introduced a three year programme aimed at helping troubled families who experience multiple problems including truancy, unemployment and anti-social behaviour.
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles said: "The Troubled Families programme is on track, changing families for the better and reducing their impact on the communities around them.
"This programme is getting to grips with some of the hardest-to-help families in the country and, in doing so, will help bring down the costs they incur to the taxpayer and the damage they do to communities."
Private Detective has been assisting victims of anti-social behaviour and petty crime for many years with surveillance services and CCTV system installation. Often it is the rest of the community that suffer from anti-social behaviour, such as harassment and vandalism. Private Detective have offered surveillance services to identify the offenders and record their crimes using photographs and video footage. The use of hidden surveillance cameras has also been highly effective in some situations but the prevention of these crimes is a better approach.
A spokesperson from Private Detective, Diane Chivers said:
“In my professional opinion this government programme is fantastic for the communities that these troubled families live in. It helps everyone by giving these families a better way of life in which they do not need to resort to crime “
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