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Chiefs claim success on knife crime as No 10 confirms new demands

Police chiefs are claiming success in the latest stage of their action against knife crime after more than 7,500 weapons seizures.

Mothers whose sons were the victims of fatal knife crime Lorraine Jones (left) and Lillian Serunkuma (right) hold photographs of their sons as they attend the launch of a new knife crime campaign, Hard Calls Save Lives, which is supported by the Metropolitan Police Service and Crimestoppers

Mothers whose sons were the victims of fatal knife crime Lorraine Jones (left) and Lillian Serunkuma (right) hold photographs of their sons as they attend the launch of a new knife crime campaign, Hard Calls Save Lives, which is supported by the Metropolitan Police Service and Crimestoppers

Date - 10th May 2021
By - Chris Smith
More than 600 arrests have been made as part of the national Operation Sceptre initiative, the coordinated effort to tackle knife crime across England and Wales. Figures from the National Police Chiefs’ Council revealed between Monday 26...
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