On 9th April 2019, Music Relief Foundation (MRF) released two booklets, under the support of Wilfried Zaha, at Crystal Palace Football Club, as a guide for activists and policymakers to run effective campaigns in tackling knife crime.

Bartholomew Konechni, born in Croydon, studies currently Political Science in Paris, France. Due to his passion for Croydon and his worry for its unusually high knife crime rate 2016-2017, Bartholomew approached MRF alongside his co-researcher Dylan Richter to publish their findings with MRF.