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A police crackdown on antisocial behaviour saw 120 children picked up on the streets and taken home.
Police and children's services in 27 areas in England are taking part in Operation Staysafe over the weekend, targeting youngsters who were drunk, taking drugs, out late with nowhere to stay or behaving badly.
On Friday night more than 1,000 young people were spoken to by the Staysafe teams, according to the figures released by the Home Office.
Of those, 120 were returned to their homes while 103 referrals were made to other services including family support teams, parenting programmes and alcohol awareness projects.