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Grand Committee
Social Media: Deaths of Children - Thu 20 Jan 2022
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Baroness Kidron (CB - Life peer) death, he has received over 300 taunting and abusive messages via social media—images of people waving knives - Speech Link
2: Lord Bassam of Brighton (LAB - Life peer) I was encouraged to see that, in the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, the Government have at - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Draft Online Safety Bill Report - Thu 13 Jan 2022
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Margaret Hodge (LAB - Barking) All my experience in working in the field of tackling illicit finance and economic crime demonstrates - Speech Link
2: Matt Rodda (LAB - Reading East) very young teenagers—were using 11 different social media platforms, and they were sharing images of knives - Speech Link
3: Stephen Timms (LAB - East Ham) The Government must not surrender to organised crime. - Speech Link
4: Nickie Aiken (CON - Cities of London and Westminster) City of London Police, based in my constituency, is the national lead for economic and cyber-crime and - Speech Link
5: Kevin Hollinrake (CON - Thirsk and Malton) Up to 40% of all crime is now fraud and, as the report says, 85% of fraud involves the internet in some - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Youth Crime and Antisocial Behaviour - Wed 12 Jan 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Matt Vickers (CON - Stockton South) I beg to move, That this House has considered youth crime and anti-social behaviour.It is a privilege - Speech Link
2: Lyn Brown (LAB - West Ham) Family has to be treated as part of the solution for preventing youth crime. - Speech Link
3: Catherine McKinnell (LAB - Newcastle upon Tyne North) It means funding and restoring youth projects and treatment services that prevent crime. - Speech Link
4: Ian Byrne (LAB - Liverpool, West Derby) Person’s Advisory Service and Alder Hey staff, and I acknowledge the work being done by the No More Knives - Speech Link
5: Rachel Maclean (CON - Redditch) , youth crime and antisocial behaviour.In the constituency of my hon. - Speech Link
6: Rachel Maclean (CON - Redditch) crime and the causes of crime. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Lords Hansard - Part 1 - Mon 10 Jan 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Hogan-Howe (CB - Life peer) Far too many people have been carrying knives and clearly still are, leading to minor arguments ending - Speech Link
2: None It is about trying to make real progress on that culture of carrying knives or supporting the people - Speech Link
3: None I can see why, with those who are with people who carry knives, we have to be really careful before we - Speech Link
4: None People are carrying knives. - Speech Link
5: Lord Coaker (LAB - Life peer) better and see fewer victims of crime. - Speech Link
6: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) I am not sure misogyny is a hate crime. - Speech Link
7: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) It may be a heinous crime or not such a heinous crime, but having to travel a certain distance may be - Speech Link


Written Statements
Home Office Delivery 2021 - Thu 16 Dec 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Priti Patel (CON - Witham) priorities and as we recover from the pandemic, we will continue to build back safer in 2022.Cutting crime - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Neighbourhood Policing: West Midlands - Tue 14 Dec 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Preet Kaur Gill (LAB - Birmingham, Edgbaston) Violent crime is rising, with conviction rates at record lows. - Speech Link
2: Khalid Mahmood (LAB - Birmingham, Perry Barr) In my constituency, gangs maraud around with knives, baseball bats, sticks, machetes and, in some instances - Speech Link
3: Khalid Mahmood (LAB - Birmingham, Perry Barr) Before 2010, we had some of the lowest crime rates across the country. - Speech Link
4: Taiwo Owatemi (LAB - Coventry North West) The region currently suffers from the fourth highest crime rates in the country. - Speech Link
5: Sarah Jones (LAB - Croydon Central) on our streets and steered a trend towards youth violence, with increasingly young children carrying knives - Speech Link
6: Kit Malthouse (CON - North West Hampshire) As a result, they saw significant reductions in neighbourhood crime. My hon. - Speech Link
7: Kit Malthouse (CON - North West Hampshire) As a result, our crime performance was better. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Freedom of Speech - Fri 10 Dec 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Lord Harries of Pentregarth (CB - Life peer) When I was growing up as a child, to tell a lie was the worst crime you could commit. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Jenkin of Kennington (CON - Life peer) That tweet continued with images of three large knives. - Speech Link
3: Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood (CB - Life Peer (judicial)) speech.In the context of the PCSC Bill now before the House on Report, do not enlarge the scope of hate crime - Speech Link
4: Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (GRN - Life peer) This Government are silencing campaigners and turning dissent into a crime while rewarding the lobbyists - Speech Link
5: Baroness Fox of Buckley (Non-affiliated - Life peer) Hate is a nebulous concept that even in hate-crime legislation is based on perception rather than objective - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [HL]
Report stage - Mon 29 Nov 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: None I see very serious crime in the youth courts, and a very high proportion of it is centred around communication - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Wed 24 Nov 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Kennedy of Cradley (Non-affiliated - Life peer) It will improve enforcement of this crime through ensuring that closer working relationship between the - Speech Link
2: Baroness Thornhill (LDEM - Life peer) The fact that vagrancy remains a crime is an anachronistic throwback to those times and repeal is long - Speech Link
3: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) We are determined to continue to improve the standard of support for victims of crime. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 was introduced to provide simple and effective - Speech Link
5: Baroness Chakrabarti (LAB - Life peer) I do not understand why, if begging is not causing harassment to people, it is a crime at all. - Speech Link
6: Lord German (LDEM - Life peer) Being “tough on crime” has always been delivered but only rarely has being “tough on the causes of crime - Speech Link
7: Lord Kennedy of Southwark (LAB - Life peer) Minister will correct me if I am, these measures apply to peaceful protesters, not people carrying knives - Speech Link
8: Lord Kennedy of Southwark (LAB - Life peer) Can these orders be imposed on totally innocent people who have committed no crime? - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Stop and Search: West Midlands - Wed 17 Nov 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Nicola Richards (CON - West Bromwich East) The statistics do not back up that approach, and I am concerned that the policy will lead to more knives - Speech Link
2: Gary Sambrook (CON - Birmingham, Northfield) successful operation on the Cock Hill estate, taking four criminals and weapons in the form of a gun and knives - Speech Link
3: Kit Malthouse (CON - North West Hampshire) We know that the knives are out there tonight in people’s hands. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Lords Hansard - part two - Wed 17 Nov 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) That statement seems to regard all knives as weapons. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) We need to send a clear message that if people persist in carrying knives, they can expect to be caught - Speech Link
3: Baroness Chakrabarti (LAB - Life peer) and are involved in a crime that theoretically is potentially not even violent crime but perhaps minor - Speech Link
4: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) As we looked at the scene, they said to me, “Yes, we want the police to take knives off the street, but - Speech Link
5: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) crime is as robust as it can be, as well as ensuring that key crime drivers, including substance misuse - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Armed Forces Bill - Mon 08 Nov 2021
Ministry of Defence

Mentions:
1: Lord Browne of Ladyton (LAB - Life peer) They cannot purchase knives but they can learn to use lethal weapons. - Speech Link
2: None 38, line 21, at end insert— “(ga) paragraphs 1 to 23 and 33 to 52 of Schedule (Tri-service serious crime - Speech Link
3: None unit) (and section (Framework for establishment of tri-service serious crime unit) (5), so far as it - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Lords Hansard - part one - Wed 03 Nov 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (GRN - Life peer) Wildlife crime is by its nature difficult to police. - Speech Link
2: Lord Wolfson of Tredegar (CON - Life peer) The Committee will be aware that crime and justice are devolved. - Speech Link
3: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) Lords will quite rightly think that properly targeted stop and search is a powerful weapon in taking knives - Speech Link
4: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) helping the police find more knives and arrest more criminals.That said, the noble Lord is right to highlight - Speech Link
5: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) focused, acting on community intelligence and focusing on those who are suspected of carrying and using knives—is - Speech Link
6: Lord Sharpe of Epsom (CON - Life peer) As the noble Lord, Lord Dholakia, pointed out, it is not a victimless crime. - Speech Link
7: None retail crime, including shoplifting, is as robust as it can be. - Speech Link
8: None about the reporting of retail crime. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Lords Hansard - part one - Wed 27 Oct 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Bertin (CON - Life peer) That is of course entirely reasonable when talking about gun and gang crime and such issues, where there - Speech Link
2: Baroness Bertin (CON - Life peer) While their response to this crime has certainly improved over the past decade, and there are pockets - Speech Link
3: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) Separately, a bag containing knives, an axe, a hammer and a note saying “Don’t lie” was discovered very - Speech Link
4: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) We know that stalking is a very serious crime, but it is underreported and underprosecuted. - Speech Link
5: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) This effectively makes any violence serious—for example, hate crime. - Speech Link
6: Lord Bach (LAB - Life peer) This obviously involves police and crime commissioners in particular. - Speech Link
7: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) the local community in relation to policing and crime. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Lords Hansard - part two - Mon 25 Oct 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) the work of Professor Jonathan Shepherd of Cardiff University how important information about knife crime - Speech Link
2: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) The scheme means that A&E departments share key information on things such as the location of crime - Speech Link
3: Lord Coaker (LAB - Life peer) I am the independent chair of the Nottingham Crime & Drug Partnership. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Newlove (CON - Life peer) They seized weapons such as zombie knives, samurai swords and firearms, as well as £1.3 million in cash - Speech Link
5: None Police and crime commissioners and, in London, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime and the Common - Speech Link
6: None police and crime commissioners? - Speech Link
7: None police and crime commissioners? - Speech Link
8: None police and crime commissioners? - Speech Link
9: Lord Rosser (LAB - Life peer) How will these data-sharing provisions impact the victim of crime? - Speech Link