Police fight crime with games

Police in Edinburgh have found a new way of keeping naughty kids off the streets, out of trouble and in the library – but they’re not going there to read boring old books, obviously.
According to the Daily Record, a new scheme was recently launched in the Moredun area of the city to combat anti-social behaviour through the power of games.
The local library has been hosting weekly PS2 gaming contests, and hoodies and happyslappers have been flocking to compete with police officers at the likes of Gran Turismo 3, Tiger Woods Golf and Pro Evolution Soccer – once they’ve worked out what a library is, of course.
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