PUBLISHED: 10:35 22 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:35 22 January 2018 John Elworthy Two officers from the armed policing unit used a day’s leave to speak to students at Witchford College on the dangers of carrying knives and firearms. PHOTO: East Cambs Police Archant Two officers from the armed policing unit used a day’s leave to speak to students at an East Cambs college on the dangers of carrying knives and firearms. Two officers from the armed policing unit used a day’s leave to speak to students at Witchford College on the dangers of carrying knives and firearms. PHOTO: East Cambs Police PC Steve Ashton and PS Declan McDonagh spoke about the dangers when they addressed students at Witchford College on Friday. Sgt Phil Priestley of East Cambs Police said: “Declan and Steve came across to East Cambs on their day off to speak to the pupils at the school and educate them about the dangers of carrying knives, imitation firearms and firearms.” He said the programme is called ‘What’s the Point?’, and it was written by Steve and Declan in their own time to help reduce incidents of violence involving weapons. “The hour long session helps young people to… Read full this story
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