Tag Archives: amnesty

Support from The Advertizer

Advertizer - 30_05_17

There was wonderful coverage in the Oswestry Advertizer today! Delighted to have so much coverage and support from our local newspaper. The Knife Angel or The National Monument against Violence and Aggression – Knife Angel will be lifted 60 ft in the air on Monday. This will hopefully mark its first steps towards Trafalgar square […]

Yorkshire and Manchester Collections

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Last week saw momentous collections from 3 Police forces including South Yorkshire Police, West Yorkshire Police and Greater Manchester Police. It’s fantastic to have these the forces proactively collecting knives and weapons off the streets of the UK and making their regions more aware on the affects of knife crime and violence. This now concludes […]

Kent Police collection

kent police

We have now collected all knives and weapons from Kent Police which are to contribute to the National Monument Against Violence and Aggression. The number of knives and weapons we collect from each force is always a surprise and we are glad that these weapons are now off the streets of the UK. We hope […]

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 […]

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 […]

Greater Manchester Police push for another knife amnesty.


Over the last few months we have seen nearly 50 amnesty bins leave our workshop and arrive at police stations across Avon and Somerset, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire, Dorset and Manchester. Greater Manchester Police received 10 amnesty bins for their knife surrender in the hope they may collect hundreds of knives off the streets. Pictured aboveĀ is Deputy […]

Staffordshire Police collect hundreds of knives in amnesty

Staffordshire Knife Amnesty

We received a huge collection of knives and weapons from Staffordshire Police recently as their knife amnesty draw to a close. They had nearly 20 knife amnesty bins stationed across the region and police headquarters in the counties biggest knife amnesty to date. The force worked tirelessly throughout the month long amnesty to encourage members […]

Staffordshire Police visit campaign headquarters

Back in April, Staffordshire Police visited the British Ironwork centre to learn more about our campaign. The force have today implemented a month long amnesty in a bid to make Staffordshire a safer place. We have supplied bins to the force which will be placed across Staffordshire to encourage Knife surrenders by members of the […]