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Leeds seminar: Responding to youth violence, knife crime and county lines

This free seminar examined youth violence and the changing landscape of serious and organised crime.

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22 May, 2019

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DSI Carl Galvin

Force Authorising officer & Director of Intelligence│ West Yorkshire Police

and

Iain Hadley

Regional Manager, Yorkshire│ St Giles Trust

This free seminar will examine youth violence, the changing landscape of serious and organised crime and coercion and exploitation of the vulnerable.

Carl will discuss the police work that is being done to counter these national issues and Iain will share the work St Giles are doing around community engagement and peer to peer advice and support.

Carl will also explore some common perceptions around County Lines and knife crime that causes confusion amongst practitioners and front line workers.

Please see the attached slide pack for further information

Responding to youth violence, knife crime and county lines seminar slide pack

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Published 2 April 2019