Media

Teenage girls caught up in arms race of young people carrying knives
The Evening Standard
20th September 2017
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Pupils seeks help to get to exit gangs
The Evening Standard
13th July 2017
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When knife victims arrive at hospital in school uniform, it brings it home to you'
The Guardian
4th May 2017
Knife attacks are rising and many victims are children and teenagers. Damien Gayle meets the medics - including Duncan Bew - trying to save patients with devastating injuries
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Duncan Bew speaks to BBC about knife crime
BBC online
31st March 2017
All children in London should be taught First Aid after the recent rise in knife crime
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London gang members 'competing for ratings' with increasingly horrific attacks
The Evening Standard
13th March 2017
Duncan Bew, the clinical lead for trauma and emergency surgery at King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill, said he had witnessed a recent change in the injuries inflicted on knife crime victims in the capital.
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Points of Light (The Prime Minister's Office)
Allen Davis (right) and Dr James Densley (left), from London, set up the charity Growing Against Violence, are honoured by Points of Light
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GAV hailed for cutting gang violence
The Evening Standard
18th May 2016
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GAV tackles sexual abuse of girls in gangs
The Guardian
10th February 2012
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Met working with schools in bid to offer an escape route
The Evening Standard
31st October 2011
Scotland Yard's anti-gang unit is working closely with schools and colleges in a bid to divert young people from crime. The move is part of a twin-pronged approach to gangs, arresting hardened gang members while encouraging other - often younger - ones to leave their criminal lifestyles behind.
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Anti-gang lessons for nine-year-olds: police to shock pupils over knife crime
The Evening Standard
30th August 2011
Children as young as nine will get shock lessons in the horrific consequences of knife crime in a new campaign to combat London gang culture.
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