*young people under 24 in England and Wales, to the year ending March 22.
Knife crime programmes
Our award winning knife crime prevention workshops teach young people about the dangers of knife crime and empower them to make positive choices to stay safe.
Knife crime resources
We know we can't tackle knife crime alone, so we empower educators with tools, resources and training to ensure knife crime prevention can reach every child.
Knife crime campaigns
Knife crime is our country's most pressing and serious problem. We campaign to raise awareness of the issues, and put knife crime on the agenda of policy makers.
Knife crime statistics
young people have been murdered with a knife or sharp object in the last 15 years
Police-recorded offences involving a knife or sharp instrument
*in the 12 months to September 2022
children aged just 17 or younger were murdered with a knife or sharp object in 2022
*in England and Wales, year ending March 22.
This represents the highest number of children murdered in over a decade.
Our award winning exhibition and knife crime programmes
Our anti-knife crime workshops are delivered from our Choices and Consequences exhibitions in London and Nottingham.
We educate young people in the dangers of knife crime and help them to make positive choices to stay safe. Our knife crime prevention workshops at our award-winning exhibitions follow the journey of both the victim and the offender through a series of unique and immersive experiences. We show young people how the choices they make, and the consequences of those choices, are intrinsically linked.