Teen held over knifing as amnesty under way
appeal to youngsters who may be tempted to carry a knife because they believe it offers them protection.
“Having a knife in a public place is a criminal offence, with young people more likely to be stabbed and seriously injured with their own weapon.
“I would also ask people to provide us with information about knife crime in their area.”
If you have any information about knife crime in West Lancashire, call Skelmersdale police on 101.