Police and Children’s author work together to deliver a key message on the dangers of County Lines drug dealing
Police officers with Christina Gabbitas visit Ripon school kids to talk dangers of knife crime and county lines
http://Operation Sceptre visited Gladstone Road Primary and Brompton Hall Schools.
Christina worked with year eight children with her story and produced class poems about the subject of being groomed, county lines and knife crime. Below are two of the poems that Christina worked on with different groups of year 8's. The poems all relate to the No...
Christina visited all year groups in Humberston Academy with PC Dave Cave of Humberbeat, North East Lincs.
Read the full article on the link below https://northyorkshire.police.uk/news/childrens-author-and-police-team-up-to-warn-about-the-dangers-of-drug-dealing/
A WRITER in North Yorkshire has helped create an animation about the dangers of knife crime which has won the backing of police and crime commissioners across the country. Christina Gabbitas said she had written The No More Knives story and it had been illustrated by...
AN ANIMATED story about county lines and knife crime will debut on Zoom on Wednesday (February 10) evening.The event will launch 'No More Knives', a story written by Blackburn raised award-winning author and Honorary Member of the NSPCC Council, Christina Gabbitas and...
The No More Knives story is being given a platform for votes and comments in the People's Book Prize. If you would like to help us to publicise the importance of educating children and young people, please leave any comments and vote. Thank you, Christina. (Photo with...
Christina spent time coaching students at The warren in Hull on the art of being a Voice Over. The students worked on providing voices for the No More Knives animation that is being funded by PCC Humberside.
A Selby children's author is to see one of her books transformed into an animation