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27 July 2021 — News story
The Beating Crime Plan will level up the country by ensuring everyone has the security and confidence that comes from having a safe street and a safe home.
21 July 2021 — News story
Home Secretary Priti Patel has today published the government’s new strategy to ensure women and girls are safe everywhere - at home, online and on the streets.
Home Secretary announces that the end date for the Windrush Compensation Scheme has been removed.
14 July 2021 — News story
A tough ban on a wide range of knives, weapons, and firearms comes into force today as part of government action to tackle violent crime and serious violence.
7 July 2021 — News story
Court orders preventing individuals as young as 12 from carrying knives are being trialled by the Metropolitan Police.
19 July 2021 — Guidance
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