What Should You Do If You Are Caught With a Knife at School

Having a knife on school premises is a crime, and one that is handled by the police. It is important to know how you can handle the situation, and how to minimise any punishment you face. This article looks at associated factors of being caught with a knife at school.

A blog written for Parent Zone. Our blog aims to help parents understand how to deal with the difficult situation of their child being caught with a knife at school. A step-by-step guide on how to react and what to do next.

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A student was arrested for bringing a three inch blade to school. The boy was later released into his mother’s care. The police stated that the boy didn’t mean any harm to anyone but he will be charged with a misdemeanor. This blog is here to look at what should you do if you are caught with a knife at school.

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A pupil at a school has been caught with a knife and is being punished. Is it right? Is the punishment fair? Is it the right thing to do? This blog will look at this controversial subject and discuss it in detail

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