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One-off evidence session held on Wednesday 27 March 2019.
The Education Committee holds one-off evidence session to explore whether there is a link between the rise in exclusions and increase in knife crime.
Evidence given by Mark Simmons, Assistant Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police, Sir Michael Wilshaw, Professor of Education and Director of Multi-Academy Trusts, St Mary’s University, Will Linden, Deputy Director, Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, Carlie Thomas, Senior Caseworker Rescue & Response, St Giles Trust
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Education Committee publishes correspondence with the Association of School and College Leaders General Secretary