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A new education pack for schools has been launched to highlight the horror of gun and knife crime.
Featuring interactive games, teaching materials and a DVD, the pack aims to raise awareness of the dangers guns and knives can pose.
Pupils from St George’s Church of England School in Gravesend took part in one of the interactive games with Kent Police Chief Constable Mike Fuller and Kent Police Authority chairman Ann Barnes at the launch.
The pupils also acted in the DVD, which shows a stabbing in a school and a potential revenge gun attack.
Ch Const Fuller said: "We know young people are fearful about gun and knife crime and this pack gives them an opportunity to be educated about the consequences such crimes.
"We aim to deter them from carrying guns and knives and to involve them in tackling the problem."
St George’s Church of England School pupil, Mark Wood ,18, said: "I know there are people across the county who will have had worrying experiences involving guns and knives.
"People need to be educated and from primary school right the way up to sixth form at secondary school."
Up to 700 schools across the county are set to benefit from the packs aimed at 10 to 15-year-olds.