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Focus on crime-fighters.

THE success of crime-fighting residents in Coventry is to be highlighted in a TV special next week.

TV presenter Sue Lawley will be looking at how Coventry is tackling crime in the BBC 1 series Crime Squad on Monday.

The half-hour special will be investigating how city residents have been organising their own anti-crime wave to beat thieves and burglars.

The programme also looks at some legal and illegal ways to secure your property, and presenters David Wilson and Howard Groves head to Birmingham to investigate the alarming rise of arson in schools and to look at possible solutions.
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Date:Mar 2, 2000
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