Greenwich and Lewisham see stop and search after teen stabbed

A stabbing this afternoon (Friday 28 October) in Lewisham has seen police initiate Section 60 powers.

The incident occurred on Parkside Avenue off Lewisham Road.

An 18 year old man is in critical condition.

Police were called just after midday but couldn’t locate the victim upon arrival.

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A car later stopped flagging down a paramedic.

S60 is now in force between 4:30pm to 07:30am tomorrow (29/10/22).

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has footage or information should call police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 3137/28OCT.




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    2 thoughts on “Greenwich and Lewisham see stop and search after teen stabbed

    • So much for improved policing as stated by new commissioner of met police. Would it not have been wiser from outset knowing the issues in Lewisham of rampant aggressive youths to have officers walking patrolling to prevent crime rather than harassing them now with some trumped up pice bully tactics of powers. WHY IS NOT THE PUBLIC INSIST THE MAYOR ASK THOSE QUESTIONS .. I GUESS LEWISHAM RESIDENTS MUST BE DUMMIES IN THIS LABOUR BOROUGH FOR MORE POLICE ABUSES.. GET THEM WALKING..

    • we do need more Police Officers on the beat to try and prevent crime. More patrols are needed in areas known for high levels of crime and anti social behaviour. I do support stop and search and section 60 notices to tackle crime and take dangerous people and weapons of the Streets of London..


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