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SAVE LIFES


United Kingdom


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The Uk has one of the most Dangerous gangs out there.

When it comes to gangs the uk has a massive reputation of savage gang members in 2021 the average  of a gang member  is 12–24 with the average age of gang members 17–18 years old.

There are just kids you would think but look at them wrong on the bus or street and they will murder you in cold blood.

The UK has hundreds of unsolved stabbing cases which have remained a mystery to this day and the problem we have as Londoners is that it increases every single bloody day.

In London if you drive on the BUS lane you will receive a Ticket in maxim 48 hours but on the other hand if a teenage boy gets stabbed to death on the corner the killer is no where to be found but the reason is that all the drill music has an massive influence onto them.

Drill music teaches them how to get away with anything for example how to hide thier identity where to stab how to stab and the list goes on and on the crime rate increases every single week.

Metropolitan police figures from 2019 showed that “half of all knife crime offenders in London are teenagers or even younger children”, including 8% being aged just ten to fourteen. Of course, young people are not always necessarily the perpetrator or the victim of knife crime in London, but as knife crime continues to rise consistently, the number of young people directly or indirectly involved in violent knife crime will only continue to grow.

Many young people will know someone who carries a knife, someone who has been stabbed, or someone who is themselves a perpetrator of knife crime. Whilst 99% of young people in the UK do not carry a knife, apparently, 1% do which doesn’t sound like much but actually equates to about 10,000 people in London alone!

This can be for a variety of reasons including intimidation, to earn respect, and primarily for self-protection. Many young people who carry a knife do not intend to use it, yet statistics show that if you carry a knife you are more likely to be hurt, sometimes by your own weapon.

The Office for National Statistics suggests that of the over 14,000 knife crime offences that occurred in the year ending September 2019, the perpetrators were “overwhelmingly young males with almost half aged 10 and 19”.    

About Business

SAVE LIFES


United Kingdom


Description

The Uk has one of the most Dangerous gangs out there.

When it comes to gangs the uk has a massive reputation of savage gang members in 2021 the average  of a gang member  is 12–24 with the average age of gang members 17–18 years old.

There are just kids you would think but look at them wrong on the bus or street and they will murder you in cold blood.

The UK has hundreds of unsolved stabbing cases which have remained a mystery to this day and the problem we have as Londoners is that it increases every single bloody day.

In London if you drive on the BUS lane you will receive a Ticket in maxim 48 hours but on the other hand if a teenage boy gets stabbed to death on the corner the killer is no where to be found but the reason is that all the drill music has an massive influence onto them.

Drill music teaches them how to get away with anything for example how to hide thier identity where to stab how to stab and the list goes on and on the crime rate increases every single week.

Metropolitan police figures from 2019 showed that “half of all knife crime offenders in London are teenagers or even younger children”, including 8% being aged just ten to fourteen. Of course, young people are not always necessarily the perpetrator or the victim of knife crime in London, but as knife crime continues to rise consistently, the number of young people directly or indirectly involved in violent knife crime will only continue to grow.

Many young people will know someone who carries a knife, someone who has been stabbed, or someone who is themselves a perpetrator of knife crime. Whilst 99% of young people in the UK do not carry a knife, apparently, 1% do which doesn’t sound like much but actually equates to about 10,000 people in London alone!

This can be for a variety of reasons including intimidation, to earn respect, and primarily for self-protection. Many young people who carry a knife do not intend to use it, yet statistics show that if you carry a knife you are more likely to be hurt, sometimes by your own weapon.

The Office for National Statistics suggests that of the over 14,000 knife crime offences that occurred in the year ending September 2019, the perpetrators were “overwhelmingly young males with almost half aged 10 and 19”.