Lets Talk Knife Crime's podcast
Story about knife crime in South East London
info_outline "Longer Sentences" 01/07/2021
"Longer Sentences" Young people at Bede talked about how they felt that people who got involved in knife crime were getting off too lightly. Some people thought that prison was too cushy and others even suggested bringing back the death penalty. In this recording a young person expresses his opinions on the subject.
info_outline "No Point in Complaining2 01/06/2021
"No Point in Complaining2 A young person at Bede asks what is the point in complaining to the police when nobody is going to listen to you. Will the police take you seriously if you are just one young person and there are several other police involved? What is the procedure for making a complaint? These are some of the questions addressed at Bede House in 2020
info_outline "Nowhere to Turn" 01/01/2021
"Nowhere to Turn" A young person at Bede House Youth Adventure Project comments in a discussion over who you can turn to for support if you witnessed someone being stabbed. A police officer asked, "if you were in a situation where you felt you needed support; is there anywhere you think you could go to get it?" The young person responded, "Don’t know. Not because I can’t think of any but in general I think I was to leave here now and see somebody stabbed I don’t know where I would turn to for support because I don’t think there is anywhere for me to turn." Who can people turn to? The police? A youth worker? Family? The ensuing discussion revealed some surprising answers.