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Stop and searches under powers that allow police to blitz hotspots have increased four-fold in a year in London to combat record levels of knife crime.

Searches under section 60 of the Public Order Act - declared in areas for a limited period where police believe serious violence will take place - jumped by 423 per cent, from 1,836 in 2017/18 to 9,599 in 2018/19, said the Met Police deputy commissioner Sir Steve House.

Unlike other stop and search powers, officers conducting searches under section 60 are also not required to have reasonable grounds to suspect the person or vehicle is carrying weapons or dangerous objects.

The number of Section 60 orders authorised in specific areas also went...

Stop and searches under powers that allow police to blitz hotspots have increased four-fold in a year in London to combat record levels of knife crime.

Searches under section 60 of the Public Order Act - declared in areas for a limited period where police believe serious violence will take place - jumped by 423 per cent, from 1,836 in 2017/18 to 9,599 in 2018/19, said the Met Police deputy commissioner Sir Steve House.

Unlike other stop and search powers, officers conducting searches under section 60 are also not required to have reasonable grounds to suspect the person or vehicle is carrying weapons or dangerous objects.

The number of Section 60 orders authorised in specific areas also went...

Stop and searches under powers that allow police to blitz hotspots have increased four-fold in a year in London to combat record levels of knife crime.

Searches under section 60 of the Public Order Act - declared in areas for a limited period where police believe serious violence will take place - jumped by 423 per cent, from 1,836 in 2017/18 to 9,599 in 2018/19, said the Met Police deputy commissioner Sir Steve House.

Unlike other stop and search powers, officers conducting searches under section 60 are also not required to have reasonable grounds to suspect the person or vehicle is carrying weapons or dangerous objects.

The number of Section 60 orders authorised in specific areas also went...

Stop and searches under powers that allow police to blitz hotspots have increased four-fold in a year in London to combat record levels of knife crime.

Searches under section 60 of the Public Order Act - declared in areas for a limited period where police believe serious violence will take place - jumped by 423 per cent, from 1,836 in 2017/18 to 9,599 in 2018/19, said the Met Police deputy commissioner Sir Steve House.

Unlike other stop and search powers, officers conducting searches under section 60 are also not required to have reasonable grounds to suspect the person or vehicle is carrying weapons or dangerous objects.

The number of Section 60 orders authorised in specific areas also went...