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Government introduces tough new measure to prevent acid attacks

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Government introduces tough new measure to prevent acid attacks

 

The government has banned people possessing strong sulphuric acid without a valid reason as part of its drive to tackle acid attacks and violent crime.

 

The change, which came into force today (1 November), is one of the 61 commitments within the government’s Serious Violence Strategy, which range from early intervention and prevention through to tough law enforcement measures, to make our communities safer.

 

It is now a criminal offence for members of the public to possess sulphuric acid above 15% concentration without a licence, with offenders facing a 2-year prison sentence and an unlimited fine.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-introduces-tough-new-measure-to-prevent-acid-attacks


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