Ian’s been stabbed, Marks is in Custody, what happens now?

In month 1 we shared the NKBL film 'Marks Story - One Knife, Many Victims'. The film illustrates how it easy it is to make that potentially devastating, split second decision to pick up a knife.

This month we're sharing another 4 short films Youth & Criminal Justice in Scotland- a young persons journey that can be used to develop a follow on session when working with young people to discuss the reality of the Youth & Criminal Justice system in Scotland. 

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Mark stabbed Ian - Get to know the realities of the youth criminal justice system. Don't be in the dark: #NKBL

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Ian has been stabbed, Mark is in custody - now he is in the criminal justice system. How does it work? #NKBL

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Ian has been stabbed, Mark is in custody - follow his journey through the criminal justice system. Walk through the stages in the youth and criminal justice process for under 18s in Scotland. #NKBL

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Mark is in custody- What next? If you're a young person caught with a knife, chances are you'll face the youth & criminal justice system. Get to know the process:

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Promote on Snapchat

We are also working with Young Scot to help us reach as many young people as we can across Scotland, including through Snapchat. Every month, Young Scot will activate their own Snapchat Story around the current theme. Feel free to create your own, or promote Young Scot's Snapchat activity to your own audience.

Follow the stories via Snapchat username youngscotsnaps.

Work with young people

Alongside the content for young people, every month we will share resources for practitioners who may want to build a youth work programme around the content of the campaign.

In month 1 we shared the NKBL film 'Marks Story - One Knife, Many Victims'.  The film illustrates how it easy it is to make that potentially devastating, split second decision to pick up a knife. All previous months contents can be found on the website under 'What Happens Next' campaign.

This month we're sharing another 4 short films Youth & Criminal Justice in Scotland - a young persons journey that can be used to develop a follow on session when working with young people to discuss the reality of the Youth & Criminal Justice system in Scotland.

All of our toolkits, training, and supporting merchandise are free to practitioners working with young people in Scotland. You can also request a free DVD of all the NKBL films.

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