The death of north-east teenager Bailey Gwynne could be used to warn school pupils to stay away from knife crime.
A pilot project has been set up at Cleveden Secondary School in Glasgow in which community officers tell youngsters about his death at Cults Academy during a fight with a fellow pupil in October 2015.
If successful the scheme could be rolled out in other schools across Scotland.
The project was been set up by Constable Jasarat Ahmad, who said pupils and officers “must not be complacent.”
He said: “I am hoping that this session will waken them up a bit.
“Kids become complacent.
“They are exposed to violence in video games and they need an awakening as to how serious things can become if a weapon is brought into the classroom.
“I would hope this plants a seed in their minds and that they take on board the fact they should always tell a teacher or police if they see a classmate with a knife.”