Mayor's Knife Crime Strategy Criticised

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Mayor's Knife Crime Strategy Criticised

Following a series of stabbings over the weekend, the Mayor's knife crime strategy has again been called into question.

A new report suggests only 15 percent of police stop and search operations are motivated by weapons - with the majority of them relating to drugs.

The study by Shaun Bailey also highlights recent evidence from police chiefs, which shows young black men are statistically less likely to be carrying illegal substances than white men.

The Conservative Assembly Member is with us now. 

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