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
Sharp Solutions – Youthwork Resource PackYouthLink Scotland has developed a special toolkit for youth workers on how to handle the issues of violence and knife crime with young people through a specially developed pack of practical activities.
Logo GuidelinesThese guidelines have been designed to help you apply our identity to any of your materials coherently and consistently.
Sharp factsReal facts on knife crime for young people, to help them make positive choices for themselves. View the Sharp facts interactive.
NKBL Pocket ToolkitThese toolkits provide a range of activities, supporting materials and guidance on working with young people in relation to knife carrying and other risk behaviours and making positive life choices.
We-CTV Creative Directors HandbookWe-CTV digital toolkit, redesigned to reflect the newest issues tackled by the We-CTV Competition. This can be used by practitioners as on off-the-shelf resource and a way for groups to run their own We-CTV Competition locally.
We-CTV Members SketchbookWe-CTV Members Sketchbook, this can be used by practitioners as on off-the-shelf resource and a way for groups to run their own We-CTV Competition locally.
Lesson PlanThis Lesson Plan is intended to support both an assembly and classroom type input to secondary pupils.
Playing it SafePlaying it Safe - Primary School Resource
NKBL Integrating Knife Crime Prevention and Education into Curriculum for ExcellenceGuide for integrating knife crime prevention and education into Curriculum for Excellence.
Knife Carrying Prevention Work in Youth Justice SettingsThis 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.