A variety of dangerous weapons have been discovered in Sussex schools, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
Ten of those found to have weapons on them in the schools were aged between 18-44, implying that in some cases these may have been staff members.
The Brighton Argus report:
Scores of knives and daggers have been seized in Sussex schools.
Police have also found air guns, imitation weapons, metal and wooden bars, a hammer, a catapult, three bottles, a cosh and a razor.
The weaponry was discovered at sites across the county, including at six schools in Worthing, nine in Brighton and Hove and seven in Chichester.