Category Archives: Teenage Violence Homicide

London Serious Youth Violence 2008 to 2013 (2013 update)

Table of the number of Serious Youth Violence Offences (victims) by London Borough from 2008 to 2013 BOROUGH Serious Youth Violence 2008-09 Serious Youth Violence 2009-10 Serious Youth Violence 2010-11 Serious Youth Violence 2011-12 Serious Youth Violence 2012-13 Barking and … Continue reading

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Massive Reduction in London Murder in 2012 – good reductions across England and Wales

2012 has seen a large reduction in murder in London and across England and Wales. With a 20% reduction in London murders in 2012 (compared to 2011); 2012 could be the first time in over three decades that murders in … Continue reading

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London Knife Crime Offences 2007 to 2012

London Knife Crime by Borough 2007 to 2012 21 out of 32 London boroughs saw increases in knife crime offences from the 2010-11 financial year to the end of the 2011-12 financial year leading to a continuation of the four … Continue reading

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London Serious Youth Violence offences 2008 to 2012

Table of the number of Serious Youth Violence Offences (victims) by London Borough from 2008 to 2012 BOROUGH Serious Youth Violence 2008-09 Serious Youth Violence 2009-10 Serious Youth Violence 2010-11 percentage change from 2008 to 2011 Serious Youth Violence 2011-12 … Continue reading

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Number of Fatal Teenage Stabbings and Shootings in London per Year – 2005 to 2012

We recently answered an enquiry about the number of fatal stabbings and shootings in London for teenage murders per year. And are making this information available for anyone else who is interested. Table of Number of Fatal Stabbings, Shootings and … Continue reading

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Black on Black Murder is less likely than White on White Murder

The term Black on Black murder and violence is regularly used to indicate a downward spiral of violent crime within Black communities across the UK. It is one of those fear inducing emotive terms that has widespread acceptance, is linked … Continue reading

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London Murders Jan 2006 to 31st December 2011

The victim names, ages, borough and date of recorded incident, for all London Murders and Manslaughter cases from 1st January 2006 to 2013 have been placed on an interactive table that provides the capability to review and search by borough, … Continue reading

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Racist Murder and Murder by your own Race

It is wonderful news to hear that the mother and father of Stephen Lawrence have finally had some justice, and two of the murderers of Stephen, Gary Dobson and David Norris, have finally been put in prison for their racist … Continue reading

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Teenage Gangs, Murder, Policing and Policy

It never fails to amaze me how much of the discussion, action and even government policy associated with teenage murders, serious violence and “gang culture” regularly mirrors the lack of psychological maturity of those committing the offences. While the subject … Continue reading

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London Riots August 2011

Mapping the Riots in London and across the UK is available on this link. source Guardian The comments and discussions from site visitors over the last few months on Black violence, teenage murders, shooting and robbery have suggested a growing … Continue reading

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