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The number of people caught carrying knives or dangerous weapons in England and Wales has reached a nine-year high, Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures show.

Knife crime offences have risen by 34 per cent to 22,041 since 2015, the highest number since 2010.

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) were first time offenders.

Nearly two-thirds of the cases (63 per cent) did not result in an immediate prison term, but those that were jailed faced longer sentences, rising from 7.1 months last year to 7.9 months in the year ending this March.

One in five of those convicted or cautioned was aged between 10 and 17, a slight fall on the previous year, but a 48 per cent increase on the number in 2015.

Yvette...

The number of people caught carrying knives or dangerous weapons in England and Wales has reached a nine-year high, Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures show.

Knife crime offences have risen by 34 per cent to 22,041 since 2015, the highest number since 2010.

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) were first time offenders.

Nearly two-thirds of the cases (63 per cent) did not result in an immediate prison term, but those that were jailed faced longer sentences, rising from 7.1 months last year to 7.9 months in the year ending this March.

One in five of those convicted or cautioned was aged between 10 and 17, a slight fall on the previous year, but a 48 per cent increase on the number in 2015.

Yvette...

The number of people caught carrying knives or dangerous weapons in England and Wales has reached a nine-year high, Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures show.

Knife crime offences have risen by 34 per cent to 22,041 since 2015, the highest number since 2010.

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) were first time offenders.

Nearly two-thirds of the cases (63 per cent) did not result in an immediate prison term, but those that were jailed faced longer sentences, rising from 7.1 months last year to 7.9 months in the year ending this March.

One in five of those convicted or cautioned was aged between 10 and 17, a slight fall on the previous year, but a 48 per cent increase on the number in 2015.

Yvette...

The number of people caught carrying knives or dangerous weapons in England and Wales has reached a nine-year high, Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures show.

Knife crime offences have risen by 34 per cent to 22,041 since 2015, the highest number since 2010.

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) were first time offenders.

Nearly two-thirds of the cases (63 per cent) did not result in an immediate prison term, but those that were jailed faced longer sentences, rising from 7.1 months last year to 7.9 months in the year ending this March.

One in five of those convicted or cautioned was aged between 10 and 17, a slight fall on the previous year, but a 48 per cent increase on the number in 2015.

Yvette...