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  1. As the knife crime awareness week draws to a close these were some of the 83 anonymously surrendered edged weapons in the Amnesty Bin at Hereford Police Station!! 83 less potential weapons on our #saferstreets #OpSceptre
  2. West Mercia Police is encouraging members of the public to hand-in unwanted knives as part of a national knife surrender. Monday, 26 April, saw the launch of Operation Sceptre, led by the Home Office, to help tackle knife crime. Levels of knife crime in the towns and cities covered by West Mercia Police are relatively low in comparison to other parts of the country, however, its vital work to help keep these levels low. In order to help, police are encouraging members of the public to hand-in unwanted knives to prevent them from getting into the wrong hands and being used
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