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POINT7 - Educating Students on Weapon-Related Crime

POINT7 was created to give students a broader understanding of the ‘real’ effects on the lives of ‘real’ people of weapon-related crime. POINT 7 is a powerful and interactive program that shows the... Find out more
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Submitted by editor on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 14:01

The Chris Cave Foundation has launched its official Social Media channels to help spread the message of its North-East anti-knife campaign.

Those who are interested in learning more about the campaign and interacting and gain advice and support from those who have been directly affected by weapon-related crimes are invited to join the community on its Twitter (https://twitter.com/PUTDOWNTHEKNIFE), Pinterest (

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Submitted by editor on Tue, 03/31/2015 - 12:18

Redcar schoolboy Tom Cave, son of TCCF founder Theresa Cave, has scooped a prestigious award for his relentless campaigning against violent crime following the death of his brother, Chris Cave, in 2003.

Presented by actor and comedian James Corden, Tom picked up the 'Child of Courage' accolade at the annual Pride of Britain Awards 2010 for recognition for his hard work in the North-East.

On his award, Tom said: Tom said: “I feel good about getting the word out and helping

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Success and achievements are their aim. The Chris Cave Foundation has had many a success in the region of work they do. They do fantastic work and are an extremely inspiring group to have in the region.