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Friday, 10 February 2012

Scotland Yard declared war on gangs yesterday as it emerged they are responsible for half of London’s shootings and one in seven rapes.

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Police said 4,800 gangsters were to blame for almost a quarter of the capital’s serious violence, a sixth of all robberies, 16 per cent of the drug trade and 20 per cent of stabbings.
The figures came as the Met unveiled a £60million taskforce to crack down on the problem.
Raid: Metropolitan Police officers prepare to enter an address in east London this morning as they launch a crackdown on gang members
Raid: Metropolitan Police officers prepare to enter an address in east London this morning as they launch a crackdown on gang members
New Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe is expanding the existing  Trident squad, increasing its remit from probing shootings in the black community to all gangs.
The force is also doubling the number of officers dedicated to gang crime from 450 to 1,000.
Police are aware of 435 ‘crews’ operating in London, but only 250 are criminally active.

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