Police could use stabbing data to predict which London streets are most likely to see fatal knife attacks, according to a new study.
The Met’s Det. Chief Inspector John Massey trawled data from more than 3,500 non-fatal knife attacks from the year before last – then compared it to the 97 fatal attacks last year.
A study by Cambridge University then showed that an increased number of non-fatal attacks suggests homicides will occur in the same locations the following year.
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