Blade wrongdoing: Teens unfortunate in the city and in schools

Blade wrongdoing: Teens unfortunate in the city and in schools

Many youngsters have told the BBC they are worried about blade wrongdoing in their daily existences.

In an overview of 2,000 youngsters matured 13-18, almost half (46%) said they were stressed over blade wrongdoing in their neighborhood 31% in their school.

The overview likewise got some information about their emotional well-being and prosperity, online security and cell phone use, with 23% concurring that cell phones ought to be prohibited for under 16s. In excess of a third said virtual entertainment ought to be prohibited for under 16s.

Surveying organization Survation led the web-based study for BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Bitesize in which 1,000 high school young men and 1,000 young ladies across the UK were gotten some information about their encounters.

For 17-year-old Josh from Hull, knife crime is a topic he thinks people don’t want to talk about.

“It doesn’t happen much but everyone knows it’s there. I think people struggle to accept the possibility they could go out and be stabbed.”

McKenzie is 16 and in his last week of school. He says teenagers have to be careful. “You could turn a corner, someone could jump out.”

The impact of knife crime is something Nikita Kanda understands all too well. In June 2022, her 16-year-old brother Ronan was stabbed to death close to his home, in Wolverhampton.

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