The Knife Murder of Daniel Fox

On the 2nd of September 2016, 29-year-old Daniel Fox was stabbed to death in St Helens, Merseyside. Following a verbal altercation over a cigarette, outside Bar 44 on Westfield Street, Daniel was chased by his attacker to a car park on nearby John Street. The ex-doorman and carer was founded Continue Reading

Knife Crime Charity: One Formula LLP

A group of Manchester businessmen, going by the name One Formula LLP has pledged its support to anti-knife crime charities. The powerful conglomerate of financial experts, including a financial advisor, city trader, insurance advisor, ex-Wales international rugby player and a former police officer, comprise the formidable One Formula LLP. Together, Continue Reading

Stop Knife Crimes – Tips on How to Protect Yourself from Knife Crime

Today, knife crime is a very real phenomenon, we hear about knife crime on a near daily basis. Contribute to preventing knife crime by looking after number one. Protect yourself from knife crime by following our basic tips below.   Carrying a knife – knives are dangerous weapons and are Continue Reading

Manchester: An Emerging Epicentre of Knife Crime

Following a spate of knife attacks in the city centre, Manchester has been dubbed an emerging epicentre of knife crime. In recent weeks, the spotlight was drawn to Manchester by the alarming reports of a knifeman lunging at shoppers in Manchester Arndale. On the 11th of October, at around 11.15am, Continue Reading

The Mayor of London and Knife Crime in The Country’s Capital

During the mayoralty of Sadiq Khan, which he has occupied since his 2016 succession of Boris Johnson, knife crime in the capital specifically, and the country more generally, has grown at an alarming rate each year. A shocking figure which has recently been revealed shows how knife crime incidents, including Continue Reading

Office for National Statistics

In July of this year, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published its annual report entitled “Crime in England and Wales: year ending March 2019. Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.” While the report is introduced with Continue Reading