What is Crimestoppers doing about knife crime?
Here are just a few initiatives that Crimestoppers is running to combat knife crime in the UK.
You can also pass on information about knife crime from your mobile through the Fearless mobile website. This simplified version of the Fearless site can be accessed through your Smartphone and allows young people to give information on the go, without anyone finding out who you are. Users access a version of the secure online form which has been optimised for mobile devices.
We also encourage you to try our innovative Facebook App, ‘R U Fearless’ which allows young people to experience a chilling cyber-reality where they lose their virtual life online. Visit rufearless.org to find out if you could save your virtual life.
Fearless fights knife crime
Youth workers from Fearless, our brand for 11 to 16-year-olds, hold workshops in schools and youth clubs on crime. These sessions cover a variety of crimes, including knife crime. We also produce free Fearless knife crime posters, which you can order from the Fearless.org website.
There is also a section on the Fearless.org website dedicated to knife and gun crime. It contains non-judgemental advice for young people about the effects of knife crime and the punishments for being caught carrying a knife. Visit the Fearless pages on knife crime
If you know someone who carries a knife, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or use our anonymous online form.
Please become a member of Crimestoppers' pages on Facebook and Twitter to help spread our message!
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