Youth violence prevention week – “Hard Calls Save lives”

The Metropolitan police have launched a new campaign called “Hard Calls Save lives”. This is a hard-hitting awareness-raising campaign against serious youth violence led by five mothers who have lost their sons to knife crime.

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Step Back premier a poignant lesson to youths amidst spate of stabbings

This weekend as a spate of attacks raged across parts of South London, leaving one person dead and at least 10 injured, Leo Powell premiered his short film Step Back, a drama about youth violence which has been endorsed by the Metropolitan Police.

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Met Police launches new apprenticeship programme

This National Apprenticeship Week, the Met is calling on Londoners who are interested in a rewarding career – whilst working towards a fully funded degree – to apply to join us as a police constable. 

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Contribute to the fight against knife crime – join Synergy

According to the BBC, the recent number of homicides in London surpassed last year’s figure

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