Knife Crime Crackdown Success
Daily Express|May 12, 2021
Thousands of knives have been seized or surrendered in a week-long police crackdown.
John Twomey

Operation Sceptre saw 2,131 suspects arrested, with 604 people held specifically in connection with knife crime, between April 26 and May 2.

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