Nottinghamshire bucks national trend by cutting knife crime

Latest Office for National Statistics data shows knife offences increased 6 per cent to a new record high across England and Wales. Nottinghamshire Police reduced offending by 13 per cent - and their Violence Reduction Unit tell Police Oracle how they did it.

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