Council data reveals extent of troubled families' problems

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Families involved in the government's Troubled Families initiative have an average of nine social problems when they enter the programme, latest research shows.

Families taking part in the Troubled Families programme had received on average five police call outs in six months, research shows.
Families taking part in the Troubled Families programme had received on average five police call outs in six months, research shows.

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