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Rates of crime, vagrancy and mortality - major areas of concern for the public and care providers - were reassuringly low (Dayson, 1993). The least satisfactory part of the Friern reprovision programme was the planning of the alternative admission facilities. The closure programme was used seemingly as an opportunity to reduce the total number of admission beds within the catchment area (Sammut, 1992). Following the closure of Friern Hospital, the occupancy of admission beds in two of the health districts regularly exceeded 100 per cent.
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