Police knife surrender hailed a success

Thirty potentially dangerous knives are no longer on Stratford’s streets following a month-long knife surrender campaign by the police. Across Warwickshire and West Mercia more than 600 knives were handed in anonymously at police stations, with Stratford’s haul including 29 knives and one meat cleaver.

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