We have a range of resources to help our partners develop and deliver NKBL at a local level.


Use the search panel below to download campaign materials, films and animations and practitioner toolkits, such as Sharp Solutions and On a Knife Edge toolkits.

  • Your Choice – Alcohol and violence prevention toolkit


    Updated: 5 August 2021

  • Sharper Solutions- During Covid

    Example of activities that can be delivered at a social distance.

    Updated: 31 January 2021

  • Who Is The Sharpest

    To use along side Sharper Solutions.

    Updated: 8 July 2020

  • One Knife Many Victims

    To using along side 'Marks Story' film.

    Updated: 8 July 2020

  • Brief Interventions

    Brief Intervention cards to be use when you're out and about - ideal for detached youth workers and street-workers.

    Updated: 3 July 2020

  • Nae Danger

    A young person’s bystander guide to understanding how to safely intervene in a situation when someone you know is carrying a knife.

    Updated: 2 July 2020

  • Sharper Solutions

    YouthLink Scotland is pleased to endorse the third edition of the Sharp Solutions toolkit, now called Sharper Solutions.

    Updated: 1 July 2020

  • Knife Carrying Prevention Work in Youth Justice Settings

    This resource is for practitioners working in youth justice settings. It is specifically designed to support secondary prevention work with young people who have carried a knife or who may be particularly at risk of making the decision to carry a knife.

    Updated: 30 June 2020

  • What would you do: The role of bystander in knife crime prevention.

    This resource is intended to support classroom inputs to secondary school pupils and joins our collection of resources to support the delivery of the Scottish Government’s No Knives, Better Lives program.

    Updated: 29 June 2020

  • Marks Story

    This toolkit is designed to be used with the NKBL film, One Knife, Many Victims (Mark’s Story).

    Updated: 28 June 2020

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