A local approach to tackling knife crime
1,844 Londoners under 25 were injured as a result of non-domestic knife crimes in 2016. This is the highest level since 2012. Behind each of these offences is a young life derailed, a family traumatised and a community damaged. We must act to stop this increase, and then work to reduce these crimes to protect young Londoners, their families and communities from the devastating harm of knife crime and violence. Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Sophie Linden has been visiting boroughs to see their approach to tackling the issue.
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