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A Christmas Carol With A Difference
Eighties pop star Kim Wilde and Watford Football Club are helping Hertfordshire's police cut crime over Christmas.
They're among the people who've recorded a new take on The Twelve Days of Christmas, with tips on how to avoid being a victim of crime.
It's performed by the Constabulary Choir with special guest appearances from Kim (right) - who lives at Knebworth - and some of the Hornets players.
Chief Constable Andy Bliss has said "My officers and staff will be working hard to keep the county safe over the festive season and I hope this video helps to remind people of how they also can help to keep themselves, their families and proterty safe and secure."
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