Films & Audios
As part of the national NKBL programme, we provide a variety of materials to support practitioners to deliver the message locally. All our resources are free to use and we are happy for other organisations to reference our materials with appropriate credits. If you have any queries, contact the team:
- PDF of Toolkits to download
- All our films and audios to download
- Reports & Evaluations
- Presentations – from Network Events & presentations that can be used for delivery.
- Interactive Resources
- Stock Images- to download
Bystander: What Would You Do? – The Last Day of SchoolBystander: What Would You Do? - The Last Day of School
Bystander: What Would You Do? – Evie’s OptionsBystander: What Would You Do? - Evie's Options
Bystander: What Would You Do? – This is What ReallyBystander: What Would You Do? - This is What Really
An Embalmer’s StoryThis film looks at what has to be done to a body in the mortuary due to a fatal knife crime.
A Paramedic’s StoryWe produced a short film from the viewpoint of a paramedic and the effects of carrying a knife.
Knife Crime AnimationThis is an animation about a group of Scottish teenagers and the consequences of knife crime. Watch how a knife affects one teen as he finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Lexi Lyall FilmA short film featuring Lexi Lyall, the mother of William Lyall, who was tragically stabbed to death in 2003. She tells the story of how William’s murder has affected her life. A hard copy of this moving film can be obtained on request by emailing: email@example.com
Mark’s Story – filmMark’s night kicks off like any other. But a decision he makes early on will turn his life upside down. And it’s not just his life that’s ruined - his decision affects everyone round about him too. Some of the young actors in this hard hitting short film have been affected by knife crime. All are from the Glasgow area and, up until this film, had no previous acting experience. A DVD of the film can be obtained on request by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org