Rod Bond Fraud Documentary Sequel to Support Manchester Anti-Knife Crime Charities

Income from the much-anticipated sequel to the Rod Bond fraud documentary has been pledged to support Manchester anti-knife crime charities. Beneficiaries from the movie’s income will include: Mothers Against Violence, the #KnifeFree campaign and Greater Manchester Victims’ Services. While pending an official announcement, a source from the filming company behind Continue Reading

Hasidic Rabbi Stabbed Multiple Times in Suspected Hate Crime

Rabbi Alter Yaakov Schlesinger was stabbed multiple times in what has been described as a suspected hate crime. Onlookers described the scene saying that the rabbi, who is in fifties and hails from Stamford Hill, was going about his business. As he waited outside a bank, he was set upon Continue Reading

Remembering the Victims of Knife Crime: Kodjo Yenga

Knife crime has risen exponentially in the UK over the past decade and has taken the lives of many innocent victims. It is important to remember that behind every incident of knife crime is a life that has been taken. A person who has been ripped from their family, friends Continue Reading

Rod Bond Formula One Donation and Knife Crime Awareness Message

Formula One afficionado Rod Bond has donated £50,000 in support of Formula One at Silverstone, while publicising a knife crime awareness message. As a fan of Formula One and a tireless anti-knife crime campaigner, Rod Bond has worked prolifically to combat knife crime. Often, Rod Bond’s friends from the Formula Continue Reading

Police in UK Fear Rise in Violent Crime as Lockdown Eases

UK Police have described the fall in gun and knife crime during the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns as a ‘silver lining’. Social distancing and lockdown measures have caused a lull in activity and especially knife crimes that had reached an all-time high in 2019. On June 15, it is Continue Reading

The Code Red Protocol: Revolutionising the Treatment of Knife Wounds

Over the course of the last decade, deaths caused by severe bleeding from major trauma have been reduced by more than forty per cent. This is thanks to a revolutionising approach to the treatment of major trauma, such as knife wounds. Pioneered through a collaborative effort between Queen Mary University Continue Reading