Lancashire Police launch knife amnesty



People tempted to carry knives on the streets of Lancashire have been urged to hand their blades over to police ‘for their own safety’.
As part of a national operation to tackle knife crime, the constabulary is launching a knife surrender from today, with members of the public being given the chance to anonymously dispose of weapons.
There will be special bins at eight designated police stations and anyone will be able to anonymously dispose of a weapon, whether it belongs to them, a friend or a relative.
Chief Inspector Mark Baines, force co-ordinator for the surrender, said: “A knife is a... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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