Knife Crime and Violence Reduction APPG

First Registered: 20/05/2020 • Last updated on: 10/03/2021

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To evaluate policies and programmes aimed at reducing knife crime, gain better understanding of its root causes and the wider context of serious violence. To develop recommendations for new measures at both acute and preventative stages with a view to reducing levels of knife crime, and work with the cross-party Youth Violence Commission.

Note: All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party groups formed by MPs and Members of the House of Lords who share a common interest in a particular policy area, region or country. APPGs have no official status within Parliament.


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Recent Documents related to Knife Crime and Violence Reduction

1. Knife Crime: Policy and Causes
21/05/2019 - Parliamentary Research

Found: Briefing Nicole Winchester | 21 May 2019 Knife Crime: Policy and Causes Introduction In England

2. Knife Crime: Government Policy
20/06/2019 - Parliamentary Research

Found: 1 Nicole Winchester | 20 June 2019 Knife Crime: Government Policy Debate on 27 June 2019 Summary On 27

3. Government to harness power of sport to help tackle youth violence
01/04/2019 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: to harness power of sport to help tackle youth violence - GOV.UK document

4. Serious Violence Reduction Orders
14/09/2020 - Home Office
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Found: Serious Violence Reduction Orders: A new court order to target known knife carriers Government consultation

5. Home Office - written evidence
18/06/2019 - Inquiry: Serious violence - Home Affairs Committee
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Found: allocated by the Government to combating serious violence since 2014?  Please provide a breakdown of the

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Knife Crime and Violence Reduction

1. Serious Violence
15/05/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: has considered the matter of serious violence.Serious violence is a national emergency that we are - Speech Link
2: the Home Secretary share the head of the National Crime Agency’s assessment that, without more resources - Speech Link
3: National Crime Agency’s national strategic assessment, which says that the cost of such crime to society - Speech Link

2. Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
09/03/2021 - Written Statements

1: our police and preventing and cutting crime.The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, introduced - Speech Link

3. Knife Crime
27/06/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: teenager has been stabbed to death in west London. Knife crime is increasing at an alarming rate, having reached - Speech Link

4. Public Health Model to Reduce Youth Violence
13/12/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: youth violence.There is something particularly poignant about discussing serious violence, its - Speech Link
2: people between the ages of 13 and 24 have died from violence this year in London alone—over 40—but there are - Speech Link
3: who contributes a great deal through the serious violence taskforce, which is chaired by the Home Secretary - Speech Link

5. Violent Crime
17/06/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: These events are a stark reminder that serious violence is a continuing threat. There is no single or - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Knife Crime and Violence Reduction
1. Violence Reduction Units
asked by: Sarah Jones
25/02/2021
... whether all Violence Reduction Units have complete interoperability of data.

2. Violence Reduction Units
asked by: Sarah Jones
02/03/2021
... how many police analysts are employed in each Violence Reduction Unit by her Department.

3. Knife Crime Prevention Orders
asked by: Sarah Jones
13/03/2020
... Knife Crime Prevention Orders.

4. Knife Crime Prevention Orders
asked by: Sarah Jones
13/03/2020
... what (a) data collection and (b) monitoring the Government plans to carry out over the course of the Knife Crime Prevention Orders pilot scheme.

5. Knife Crime Prevention Orders
asked by: Sarah Jones
13/03/2020
... what evaluation criteria will be used to assess the success of that pilot scheme prior to that scheme being rolled out nationally.

Latest Questions
20 Current APPG Officers
Florence Eshalomi Portrait
Florence Eshalomi
Chair & Registered Contact
Labour (Co-op) - Vauxhall
Joined: 4th November 2020
Taiwo Owatemi Portrait
Taiwo Owatemi
Co-Chair
Labour - Coventry North West
Joined: 4th November 2020
Huw Merriman Portrait
Huw Merriman
Vice Chair
Conservative - Bexhill and Battle
Joined: 20th May 2020
Vicky Foxcroft Portrait
Vicky Foxcroft
Vice Chair
Labour - Lewisham, Deptford
Joined: 20th May 2020
Kate Osamor Portrait
Kate Osamor
Vice Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Edmonton
Joined: 20th May 2020
Lord Paddick Portrait
Lord Paddick
Vice Chair
Liberal Democrat - Life peer
Joined: 20th May 2020
No other APPG Memberships
Felicity Buchan Portrait
Felicity Buchan
Vice Chair
Conservative - Kensington
Joined: 20th May 2020
Marcus Fysh Portrait
Marcus Fysh
Officer
Conservative - Yeovil
Joined: 20th May 2020
3 APPG Memberships
Dark Skies , Education , Photonics and Quantum
Meg Hillier Portrait
Meg Hillier
Officer
Labour (Co-op) - Hackney South and Shoreditch
Joined: 20th May 2020
3 APPG Memberships
Alevis , Cycling and Walking , Global Health
Claudia Webbe Portrait
Claudia Webbe
Officer
Independent - Leicester East
Joined: 20th May 2020
3 APPG Memberships
Air Pollution , East Midlands , Youth Affairs
Jo Gideon Portrait
Jo Gideon
Officer
Conservative - Stoke-on-Trent Central
Joined: 20th May 2020
Ian Byrne Portrait
Ian Byrne
Officer
Labour - Liverpool, West Derby
Joined: 20th May 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Florence Eshalomi MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 6552.

Email: florence.eshalomi.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Dan Ward, Office of Florence Eshalomi MP, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 6552

Email: Dan.Ward@parliament.uk

Secretariat:

Barnardo's and Redthread jointly act as the group's secretariat. https://www.barnardos.org.uk and http://www.redthread.org.uk/

Group's Website:

http://www.preventknifecrime.co.uk/

Benefits in Kind
Date
4 Feb 2020
Source
Redthread
Description
Joint Secretariat   From : 04/02/2020 To : 03/02/2021
Value
£1,501
Date
4 Feb 2020
Source
Barnardo's
Description
Joint Secretariat   From : 04/02/2020 To : 03/02/2021
Value
£1,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Knife Crime and Violence Reduction APPG

Former APPG Officers
Sarah Jones Portrait
Sarah Jones
Chair & Registered Contact
Labour - Croydon Central
Joined: 20th May 2020
Departed: 24th September 2020