Gun and Knife Crime


This webpage contains information about what you should do if you are involved in gun and knife crime, what would happen if you got caught and how you can avoid gun and knife crime.

Gun and knife crimes are serious problems and if you are concerned about crime, you should talk to a trusted adult like a parent or a teacher. If you do not feel like there is someone you can trust, you can talk to Childline either through their freephone number or their one to one online chat service.


This webpage is a great look at gun and knife crime without having to feel like someone is judging you.

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