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Around 150 people packed into a public meeting last night in Ipswich to hear what is being done about knife crime in the town.
Suffolk Police were detailing the series of measures they've put in place to tackle the problem, after the murder of a Tavis Spencer-Aitkens earlier this month.
It's the second meeting to be held following the teenager's murder.
There was a passionate speech from Ossie Thompson, a cousin of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens
During the meeting a number of parents raised concerns about what activities would be available during the summer holidays.
It was announced that the Murrayside centre would be opened for community use and would get cash for renovation. Work will start later in the year.
Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore said the police force was committing vast resources to tackle drug activity in the area, but has also warned that police action alone isn't going to be the answer