Knife amnesty launched in Leicestershire in bid to get deadly weapons off streets

A knife amnesty has been launched today to enable people to safely dispose of blades and other potentially dangerous weapons.
The scheme, which began at three police stations, is part of Operation Sceptre, the Home Office’s national week of action against knife crime.
The bins will be located in the front inquiry offices at stations in Wigston, Spinney Hills and the city centre.
Almost 200 knives, including machetes, Samurai swords and meat cleavers were handed to police during a four-week amnesty in 2016.
The campaign was launched as the latest figures from the Home Office showed serious... read more

 
12 February 2018 in Regional East, Views: 37
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