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  1. I'd thought I'd share this recent pdf report http://www.southampton.gov.uk/modernGov/documents/s23726/Appendix%202.pdf and there is a local newspaper article discussing it too Police data reveals where anti-social behaviour is making people's lives a living nightmarehttp://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/11887426.REVEALED__The_worst_places_for_yobbish_behaviour/?ref=ar --- In the pdf report, it discloses that the worst areas for anti social behaviour, are where there are convenience stores and shops. Bars, and late night opening places in the centre are also bad areas, which might already be obvious to you. July was also the worst month for antisocial crime. 61% of crime was alcohol related.

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