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POLICE are called to incidents in schools about 100,000 times a year, figures disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act suggest.
The figure means police are visiting each of England’s 21,500 schools on an average of four occasions every year to investigate suspected offences.
The most common crimes reported are violent or rowdy behaviour, followed by theft and vandalism. Some forces also reported muggings and sexual offences.