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Tackling knife crime, Op Sceptre Monday 16th – Sunday 22nd May 2022.

.         Have you been the victim of knife crime? If you've been a victim of knife or gun crime, you're probably going through a whole mixture of emotions - fear, anger, pain. Perhaps it was a random attack, or maybe you're in a gang and this was always going to happen sooner or later. Maybe you get bullied and the bullying has got a whole lot worse. Being injured by a knife or gun is no doubt one of the worst things that has happened to you. Even being threatened with a weapon can be incredibly frightening. Don't be embarrassed to ask for help – you need support and there are lots of ways for you to speak to someone anonymously. If the police haven't already been notified, then you or someone close to you should contact them straight away by speaking to your Safer Schools Officer, your local Safer Neighbourhoods Team, or by going to your nearest police station. If it's an emergency, and you still feel like you're in danger you need to call 999 now.




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Jackie May
(Police, PCSO, Isle of wight)

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