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Knife crime: Meeting the people fighting to end knife culture

With knife possession at a 15-year high in the West Midlands, BBC News met the people trying to stop knife culture.

Alison Cope's son was stabbed in the heart and died, she now goes into schools to speak to pupils about the dangers.

PC Rob Pedley also talks to children and teenagers to educate them of the risks and the consequences.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • From the section UK
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