I think we've had off-the-record guidance, which has been very useful. One example I can think of was when there was a particularly vicious attack on a man on a filling station forecourt by three men, I believe, with baseball bats. Really nasty. He was very, very seriously injured, hospital. For some time it wasn't known whether he would live or die, and the three ran off, escaped. We were given guidance that we shouldn't report this as these three guys running amok in Carlisle and therefore the whole of the city ought to be afraid of them, the inference being that we risked causing an awful lot of fear, perception of fear, when that was not necessary.
I think we've been given also guidance on how best to avoid identifying victims of sex crime. This is a small community, as I described, and communities within communities may only have, you know, a couple of streets. Where it happened may only have one teenage girl living there. So we've been given those kind of off-the-record -- I would also call them heads up, but for a very, very good reason: to inform our reporting, really, so that we can best accurately report what has happened.