More than half of the Government's flagship crime reduction schemes have failed to reduce the number of offences, Parliament's spending watchdog has warned.

Nearly £1bn has been invested in Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships since the programme was launched in 1999. Some 376 such schemes have been established, bringing together police, town halls, anti-drug teams and youth workers across England and Wales to lead local initiatives against crime.

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