Anti-social behaviour chief arrested

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The head of Nottingham's anti-social behaviour team was arrested on suspicion of involvement in an incident of violent disorder, it emerged today.

Richard Antcliff, Nottingham City Council's chief anti-social behaviour officer, was one of 15 men arrested in connection with the incident, which left four men injured.



Nottinghamshire Police today said: "Officers visited several addresses in the Nottingham area in the early hours of Sunday, 7 December, and made the arrests.



"All the suspects were arrested on suspicion of being involved in a violent disorder, which took place just after 12am on Sunday 16 November.



"All those arrested were released on police bail until 3 February, 2009."



Today Nottingham City Council said it could not comment on the incident.