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1 Make sure you’re not a part of it.

2 Violent Crimes: Do we know enough?

3 RAPE DEATH SORROW PAIN GRIEF FEAR INTIMIDATION LOSSSUFFERING HEARTACHE PRISON GUILT MURDER ATTACK BRUTAL KILLED SICKENING WHY? HOW? WHEN?

4 Group work task and discussion.  In a group share ideas and opinions on what violent crimes are and record them on flipchart to discuss them as a group.

5 Dictionary Definition- The definition of violent crime suggests that violence is a behavior by persons, against persons or property that intentionally threatens, attempts, or actually inflicts physical harm. The seriousness of the injuries to the victim(s), whether or not guns or other weapons were used and/or whether or not the alleged perpetrator has a criminal record will alter the crime's seriousness.

6 Murder Manslaughter Assaults with or without a weapon Robbery Firearm offences Rape Sexual Offences Kidnap

7 Maximum sentence for each offence: Murder – Life Manslaughter – Life Assault with weapon- Life Assault with no weapon- Life Rape-Life Kidnap- Life Firearm possession-Life

8 Gun & Knife crime has risen 40% in last 8 years – British crime survey

9 The youngest victim was 11 year old Rhys Jones

10 Followed closely by 12 year old Kamilah Penniston who was shot by her own brother.

11 Luke Walmsley 14year old, stabbed in school while chatting to his friends.

12 18 year old mother of one Samantha Madgin, stabbed to death for trying to break up a fight.

13 British crime survey

14 In Teenagers were stabbed to death in London.- sayno2knives

15 A survey was done with 4,715 pupils in school and 687 excluded pupils aged and were asked "If they had carried or used a weapon... Like a gun or knife": 28% of children in schools and 57% that were excluded said they have carried a knife in the last year 9% of school children and 30% of excluded said they carried a flick knife (which is illegal) 3% in school and 14% excluded said they used a knife against another person 3% in school and 21% excluded said they had threatened another person with a weapon More school children who carried a knife were victimised than those who didn't carry one 62% of children who were excluded were a victim carried a knife compared with the 51% who didn't 15% of children in schools felt "a bit" or "very unsafe" according to the Youth Justice Board

16 In the UK knife crime happens every 24 minutes – Say no to knives fact sheet

17 65% of people who carry knives have their weapons used against them. – Say No To Knives fact sheet

18 10% of year olds and 24% of 15 and 16 year olds said they had carried a weapon in the past year. (Youth at risk? Communities that Care 2002)

19 29% of young people in London schools admitted that they had carried a knife. This figure rises to 62% among excluded students. (Youth Justice Board/Mori survey 2003)

20 Gun crime is mainly committed by young men aged Offenders and victims are getting younger and a disproportionate number are African Caribbeans,” according to the Metropolitan Police. – British Crime Survey

21 Shotguns can be bought for less than £100 – knife attacks statistics

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23  The aim of this task is to match up the fact cards with the crime cards in as little time as possible to beat the other team

24 Review Discuss answers and facts as a group with tutor.

25  Watch these videos and answer the questions on your question sheet.  Y3-90Yk Y3-90Yk  wq0h6qc wq0h6qc  dF11uU dF11uU  Discuss answers to questionnaires and videos as a group. Discuss answers to questionnaires and videos as a group.

26  Complete the questionnaire about the videos you have watched and this session as a whole. Record your personal views on violent crime and discuss them as a group.  Please note the questionnaires are for the purpose of discussion only and students do not have to answer questions they do not feel comfortable or put their name on.

27 Complete Personal views questionnaire & discuss as a group. Handout of Help lines Review of session. Session Review

28 VALUE YOUR LIFE AND NOT A KNIFE USE A GUN YOU’LL GET DONE GO FURTHER THAN MURDER LIVE A DREAM NOT A NIGHTMARE THERES MORE TO LIFE THAN GUNS AND KNIFES


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