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Tackling knife crime together - a review of local anti-knife crime projects

This report was written by Brooke Kinsella and published on 2 February 2011. It makes a number of recommendations including anti-knife crime…

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Tackling knife crime together - a review of local anti-knife crime projects (executive summary) (PDF file - 127kb)

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This report was written by Brooke Kinsella and published on 2 February 2011.

It makes a number of recommendations including anti-knife crime presentations for school children, more data sharing between police, schools and other agencies on local issues, a best practice website for local organisations, more work with young children to stop them getting involved in knife crime.

Date: Wed Feb 02 09:32:30 GMT 2011

The executive summary of Brooke Kinsella’s report outlines her key findings and recommendations, and highlights some of the projects which she found to be most effective at tackling the issues raised.

Brooke Kinsella’s report on anti-knife crime projects.

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