Nottingham is one of dozens of cities taking part, along with London, Manchester and Birmingham. The largely-blank posters will appear in knife-crime hotspots from today.
Young people can back the Government campaign and submit their image by visiting the “It Doesn’t Have to Happen” page on the Bebo website. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said: “I want young people to stand with us and send a clear message that weapons won’t be tolerated on our streets.”
The anti-knife crime campaign has already won the support of the England football team.Visit http://www.bebo.com/itdoesnthavetohappen.”
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