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Hackney Downs Police Apr 21
This is what we found in our weapon sweep today. Thanks to all who attended! Great community spirit!
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Camden Police Apr 22
Yesterday our on stopped & searched a male known to officers, in Somerstown. Found this, carried because “I’ve been stabbed before”. Not lawful excuse. Charged with Offensive Weapons and held for court on Monday.
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Ben Davies 1h
Excellent engagement work by Pc Evans from the Schools Liason team in working to reduce knife crime in the city with some early intervention within our schools.
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Southall Broadway Apr 16
Team stopped 3 males in park. One male arrested for possession of a knife hidden in his waistband and going equipped for theft with this kit on him. One arrested for possession with intent to supply cannabis
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London Police Weapons Squad Apr 15
It took twelve hours and dozens of officers, but an aggressive, citywide weapons sweep has taken these instruments of death off our streets.
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Trinity Police Apr 17
We found & removed this vicious knife from the streets of SW19 today
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CI Andy Brittain 17h
Excellent work by the team. Another great example of the work we are doing to prevent knife related crimes across the Central West area.
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Parsons Green Police Apr 16
Served a 24 Hour Closure Notice on a problematic address on the Ward. Tomorrow PC Wilkinson will be attending Court to apply for a Full Closure Order to close off the address for three months. Now on route to conduct a Weapons Sweep of King Charles House as part of
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VillageMD Police 20h
Great work by volunteers today on the Village Ward Community Weapons Sweep - with help from another knife has been taken out of circulation
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Knights Hill Police Apr 19
Two weapons sweeps , woodvale est, + elder gdns SE27, nothing found
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Hale Police Apr 14
Hale ward conducted a Weapon sweep on Gold Lane behind Deansbrook Road Edgware. An adapted golf club found and taken off the street.
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Vincent Square Police 30m
We are conducting regular weapon sweeps in the community to deter violent crime and take weapons of the streets
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London Police Weapons Squad Apr 16
We have received a tip about a male subject, first name of Arthur, who has apparently pulled a large knife or machete from a rock in a lake. Does anyone have more information on this knife crime? Call 101, or call 999 if you are in danger due to this Arthur's presence.
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Ilford Town Police Apr 15
Another knife seized & potentially another life saved. We’ve also had away a dealers supply. Suspects now in custody. Anyone still think stop and search doesn’t work?
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Shoreditch Police Apr 17
This knife was stored in a public place; no doubt ready to be used on someone. Found by a member of the community and handed over to an officer on foot patrol. Submitted for destruction.
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Tower Hamlets - Central East BCU Apr 15
Officers from neighbourhood task force are out on patrol in the community today. A weapon sweep next to a children's park in E3 revealed this nasty looking knife.
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MPS Haringey Apr 14
Late shift & helped Trojan officers with suspects & vehicle that made off. 2 arrested for Dealing drugs, we had to force our way into their car as they threw the keys, found knives & more drugs, further arrested, great work by all
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Norbiton Police 2h
Weapon sweep completed by Norbiton SNT with polsa assistance
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Tower Hamlets - Central East BCU Apr 23
Friction baton, Stanley knife and a saw found in Shandy Park E1 by Team 1 RTPC STT officers as part of Op.Sceptre
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Matt Apr 19
I feel bad for the cops raiding tackle boxes, craft baskets, and tool boxes looking for inanimate objects someone has classified as sentient evil instead. I also feel bad for someone who is a criminal by simply carrying a knife. Jailed for a Swiss Champ
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