Looking North: What England Can Learn from Scotland’s Knife Crime Reduction Policies

Policy product type
Specially commissioned briefing for LGiU Scotland
Published date
March 13, 2018
Author
Patrick Bourke, LGiU Scotland Associate
Categories
People, Place
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