As part of the Home Office’s work to reduce knife crime among young people, the #Knifefree campaign has been relaunched.
There is a dedicated #Knifefree website at www.knifefree.co.uk which outlines help and support available and highlights activities to empower young people to change their behavior and live knife free. Free secondary school educational resources to challenge the myths and communicate the realities of carrying a knife can be found at www.pshe-association.org.uk/knifefree
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