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Serious Youth Violence

Local Training

Leicestershire Police are raising awareness of knife crime. Their workshops are aimed at both students and staff. They sit within the PHSE association remit for KS3. For information on these workshop, please contact school.workshops@leics.police.uk directly.

Information on Leicestershire Police's other training workshops is available on the Training Opportunities page.

Local Websites

The Live Safe website is designed for young people, parents and carers giving facts on violence and crime. It is a judgement-free place you can come to learn and get help on living safely in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

National Resources

The toolkit put together by the Contextual Safeguarding Network helps schools and community organisations to respond to youth violence. It includes an audit toolkit for schools to assess safety in their setting and resources supporting the implementation of contextual interventions within community settings and schools.

INFORMATION: An update for school settings on the ENOUGH campaign to tackle violence against women and girls

As part of the next phase of the government's 'ENOUGH' campaign to tackle violence against women and girls, the Home Office has added a resources page for teachers and school staff to the campaign website.

This includes guidance on responding to and preventing abuse in a school setting, as well as resources for teaching about sexual harassment, sexual violence and abuse.

Leicestershire Police have issued this poster which could display in a school highlighting warning signs a child may display when they are beginning to become involved in Serious and Organised Crime.