The new radio service aiming to cut crime in Southwark

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The new radio service aiming to cut crime in Southwark

Businesses south of the river are teaming up with the Met police to help fight crime. As part of the Southwark Safe Partnership, restaurants, shops and nightclubs are becoming members of a digital radio network - allowing them to warn each other and authorities of potential criminals

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