Knife amnesty to take place in Hartlepool to get deadly weapons off our streets



Cleveland Police has announced it is supporting a national knife amnesty aimed at tackling deadly knife crime.
The amnesty, named Operation Sceptre, was launched by the Metropolitan Police in 2015 and this year begins on Monday, running until Sunday, October 23.
Officers will be actively encouraging people in the town to surrender their knives or sharp objects without fear of prosecution.
Those with knives and sharp objects to surrender can put them in the knife bins available at the four main police stations in Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Kirkleatham or Stockton between 8am and 8pm.
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16 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
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