Information, support and advice for anyone affected
by gun and gang crime in Merseyside

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REPORT GUN CRIME
ANONYMOUSLY

www.crimestoppers-uk.org

SUPPORT FOR WITNESSES

Free and confidential help for victims
of crime and witnesses.

VISIT WWW.VICTIMSUPPORT.ORG.UK

THOSE WHO CARRY A GUN FOR PROTECTION ARE MORE LIKELY TO GET INJURED THEMSELVES

TEACHERS' ZONE

There are a number of resources which have been developed to educate young people about the dangers and consequences of gun crime.

CSI: Forensics Project:

Working with local science teachers in the region, Merseyside Police have developed a scheme of work built around key stage 3 sciences, based on a fictitious shooting which took place in Merseyside. Students are asked to work as forensic scientists to try and find the missing bullet and identify the shooter. Through carrying out the various experiments and evaluation, students will learn about the dangers and consequences of getting involved in gun crime.

Click here for more information about the CSI Forensics Project or contact the Corporate Communication Department at Merseyside Police on 0151 709 6010.

THE TERRIERS

Play, and supporting educational package, designed to be delivered as part of the English curriculum. To date over 50,000 primary and secondary school children, aged 11 to 16 have seen the play. The play and supporting educational package is designed to warn young people about the consequences of getting involved with guns and gangs and the impact that this can have, not only on their own lives, but that of their family, victims and the wider community as a whole.

GUNS AND KNIVES TAKE LIVES

Guns and gangs take lives' is an educational package about the dangers and consequences of guns and knives.

For more information email
firearms.policy.unit@merseyside.police.uk

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