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PC Kevin Murray, from the force's crime reduction unit, said: "The use of this should reduce the number of persons who have to walk home in unfamiliar surroundings and who do not know the contact details for local public transport.
Plaid Cymru councillor Chris Franks said: "I was very surprised to see so many adverse comments not only from residents, but from council officers and the police crime reduction unit.
A spokeswoman for West Midlands Police said: "This is a local initiative by the crime reduction unit at Woodbridge Road police station.
Chief Inspector Mark Harrison, who runs Kent's partnership and crime reduction unit, said, 'We will be working to stop nuisance behaviour and we'll be looking for stolen craft, enforcing bylaws when required, but also be on hand to offer safety advice.
PC Ged Kirkbright, of Middlesbrough crime reduction unit, said: "As technology has developed, modern cars have become increasingly difficult to steal, with thieves now looking to steal car keys first.
Sgt Jim Mills, from the crime reduction unit, said: "I was surprised at the nature of the weapons that were handed in.
Attorney's Office formed the Community Prosecution and Crime Reduction Unit ("CPCRU") to enhance the role of the U.
Northumberland County Council has invested about pounds 1m a year in its Crime Reduction Unit since it was launched three years ago, including taking on long-term unemployed people as community street wardens in the south-east of the county.