Knives in the Classroom
Chanell Wallace, whose brother was stabbed to death when she was 11, meets young people growing up in communities where carrying a knife is now normal.
Growing numbers of young people are carrying knives and becoming victims of knife crime. Hospital doctors report that the injuries from knives they are treating are becoming more severe and the victims getting younger. In this Panorama, Chanell Wallace, whose brother was stabbed to death when she was just 11, meets young people growing up in communities where carrying a knife is normal. She sees how violence from knife crime is turning lives upside down and spends time in a school and college to see the impact of knives on the classroom.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Lucie Kon|
|Executive Producer||Fran Baker|