Keisha McLeod: 'It confirms everything that I believe'
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Keisha McLeod: Gang violence report 'confirms everything that I believe'

A report from the Children's Commissioner for England has highlighted the use of grooming by gangs on vulnerable children.

It says 313,000 children know a gang member - and, of those, 34,000 have experienced violent crime.

Corey Junior Davis was 14 when he lost his life to gang violence in 2017.

His mother, Keisha McLeod spoke to the BBC's Dominic Casciani about her experiences and how opportunities were missed to help save her son.

Full feature: How gang grooming killed Corey Junior Davis

  • 28 Feb 2019
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