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Rory Geoghegan, a former police officer who founded the Public Safety Foundation, said: “While there may always be exceptional cases, the overwhelming majority of those caught with a knife or other offensive weapon, irrespective of age, should expect to be charged and sent to court.

“Police forces and our courts should be doing all they can to send the clearest possible message that the carrying of weapons in public is wholly unacceptable.

Giving knife carriers the equivalent of a free-pass may suit the agendas of some activists, but it serves only to encourage the carriage of weapons.”

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