#Knife free Rugby

#Knifefreerugby campaign aims to highlight the consequences of a carrying a knife and to inspire young Rugby people to pursue positive alternatives. Reporting a young person carrying a knife before they get themselves or others hurt is the kindest thing you can do for them, a leading figure in the fight against knife crime for Warwickshire Police has said.

It is vitally important that we help young people understand the dangers associated with carrying a knife. A knife won’t protect you; it doesn’t give you status.

Carrying a knife doesn’t solve anything in fact all it does is increase the likelihood that you will be seriously injured or worse.

Op Talkative

Op Talkative is a Police initiative asking for our community to share more information about anyone they know or hear about carrying or having possession of a knife.  Increase in this information is vital to enable not only the police, but the full range of community safety partners to consider options to prevent and divert individuals risking their own and others safety in Warwickshire.

Ways to report a concern

Know someone who carries a weapon? Please help us tackle serious street based violence and report it to the police or by calling 101. 

Please quote ‘Op Talkative’ when making the report. If someone is in immediate danger please call 999.

Always call 999 in an emergency. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, or via 0800 555111.
Fearless is crimestoppers for young people aged 11 – 16 years providing a service to pass on information or report crime 100% anonymously, this includes concerns of a person who carries a knife at fearless.org