North Yorkshire Knife Collection

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Our trip up North on Thursday saw us collect knives and weapons from North Yorkshire Police. The force had carried out an amnesty across the region and the collection of weapons filled our vehicle for the journey back to Shropshire. We want to thank North Yorkshire for their support during our campaign and this is […]

Cleveland Police collection

Yesterday saw the collection of knives and weapons from Cleveland Police at their Middlesborough headquarters. The force have collected over 400 knives from amnesties and surrenders from across the county. We want to thank Cleveland Police for their dedication in tackling knife crime. Just like all of the other forces we have worked with, the […]

14th February 2017

In today’s issue of Shropshire Star there is an interesting article about the National Monument and it explains how one of our biggest supporters Alison Cope, a fierce anti knife campaigner, feels about the campaign and explains her involvement in the project.

British Independent Retailers Association back new campaign

The British Independent retailers Association, is now in support of our efforts to highlight the need for greater efforts in preventing knives being used on the UK streets. Retailers are being informed of best practices and checklist info , for serving youths with knife sales. All facets of our society can play a more significant […]

Another Force has joined the Knife Angel campaign!

Sargent Karl Roberts of South Wales Police.

South Wales Police yesterday became the latest police force to join our National campaign, to remove a quarter of a million knives and weapons off the streets of the UK in the creation of The National Monument against Violence and Aggression -…. We travelled to the forces Bridgend property stores to collect a number of […]