Troubled families: 'intervention reduces antisocial behaviour involvement by 59%'

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Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing and also in Central Government, Communities, Legal, Local Government

The head of the Government's Troubled Families programme, Louise Casey, has published a report revealing the positive impact that intervention can have on "challenging households". The report claims that intervention can reduce involvement in antisocial behaviour by 59%, and association with crime by 45%. It also claims that problems at school, such as truancy, exclusion and bad behaviour, can be reduced by 52% through positive intervention. The Government has pledged to turn around the lives o...

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