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Knife crime: why young people need to get a say in their rehabilitation

A recent report by the Office for National Statistics

Knife crime hit a record high in England and Wales before the COVID-19 lockdown came into place – with police reporting 46,265 cases for the year to March. The recent report by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said this was 51% higher compared to when the data was first collected in 2011.

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