A young person talks from his experience at school, where once accused of wrongdoing, it is almost impossible to defend yourself The result can ultimately end in exclusion, which to his mind defeats the point... "...basically you can't speak up, you just have to accept the punishment, even if you've done nothing wrong. Like you just have to accept it. [...]
JJ gives some advice to young people, about how there will always be some teacher who is ready to listen to you, and who will give you some good advice when you need it.
This is the story of a mother who had the feeling her son had been stabbed. ".... I didn't see the stabbing but I knew it was going to happen before it even happened. Because I saw the movement. Yeah, I saw the movement so... and he run off so I didn't know where he was. And then I called [...]
A young person who has been through the system gives some hard-won advice about how to follow your dreams. "I'm going to be honest with you it's really hard. But it's more of a focus it's more about yourself. So when you're focused on what you want and what goals you're trying to achieve and whatever, when you're on your [...]
Chris Haydon talks about the origins of CTVT and the 'Let's Talk' project. The Let't Talk project began after a spike in Knife crime in London, and an event was organised in March 2018, where people from all sections of the community came to give their views and discuss knife crime and gangs, and what could be done about this. [...]