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Horror statistics after crackdown on UnderNearly 800 teenagers were caught last year carrying deadly weapons - including 564 knives - a Daily Mirror investigation has found. And so far this year, police forces have confiscated 287 weapons - 174 blades - from under-18s. Two children aged nine and 10 were among those found with knives during random stop and search operations. Strathclyde force seized at least one knife from youngsters every day last year - 376 in total. But the overall numbers could be much higher because only a quarter of

the police authorities we asked were able to provide figures. Lorraine Dinnegan, of Holloway, North London, whose son Martin, 14, was stabbed to death last June, said: These numbers are upsetting... that, a year on, so many other families would be mourning someone. Its appalling this has been allowed to

grow so much. On Saturday, PM Gordon Brown said at opening of the Edinburgh Book Festival: Young people are thinking its acceptable, fashionable, necessary for them to protect themselves, to carry a knife. You need not just young people, but parents and other people to say that knives in Britain, like guns, like bullying, like

racism, all these things are unacceptable. John Johnson, whose son Kevin, 22, was knifed to death outside his Sunderland home by three teenagers in May said: Thes

e figures show so

mething urgently needs to be done about the knife crime epidemic. Anyone who thinks teenagers carrying knives is just a problem in big cities can see it is happening all over the country. Charity Rainer Crime Concern said: It is alarming to see the trend towards yo

unger children being caught carrying knives. The main re

ason young people carry weapons is be

cause they feel unsafe. What we need to get across is that if you carry a knife you are putting yourself in much greater danger. Other figures - revealed under the Freedom of Information Act - from 14 out of 51 police forces, show that under-18s were sto

pped and searched 140,000 times. And so far this year,

73,000 nine to 17-year-olds were searched. Greater Manchester07312排列三推荐号码专家 frisked 15,980 youngsters and 

took 88 knives last year. Lothian and Borders police seized 130 weapons. Strathclyde recorded high numbers of seizures because it drafted in an extra 1,200 officers in an anti-knife clampdown. Assistant Chief Con Campbell Corrigan

said some of the weapons

were truly terrifying. He added: More than half were household items, such as kitchen knives and scissors, many of which had been modified to cause maximum inju

ry. The Mirror demands.. 1 Give our police tools to catch knife thugs 2 Launch amnesty to bring in the blades 3 Nurses must report treating stab victims 4 Teach a

ll pupils that knives solve nothing 5 Texts and internet will help win battle Grieving Brooke Kinsella cheered on her brothers boxing club pals yesterday in a charity run in his memory. The

ex-EastEnders star, 25, started the 10k race in Islington, North London, six weeks after Ben, 16, was stabbed. She said: Hed be so proud.