Five years ago the life of Eastenders actress Brooke Kinsella was torn apart when her 16-year-old brother Ben was killed in a knife attack after a night out in north London.
Today, after years of campaigning on knife crime issues, Brooke has been named as a new ambassador for the charity Victim Support.
Brooke and Javed Khan, chief executive officer of Victim Support, joined Nina in the studio.
Actress and anti-knife crime campaigner Brooke Kinsella has become an ambassador for the charity Victim Support.
Brooke, whose brother Ben was killed in a knife attack in 2008, is calling on fellow Londoners to help the charity meet growing demands on its Victim Supportline.
Last year the Victim Supportline was contacted more than 23,500 times - up 2,700 times on the year before. It needs to recruit 65 new volunteers.
The helpline gives help for all crime types ranging from street robbery, burglary to rape and serious assault.
Supportline volunteers are professionally trained to talk to victims of crime in confidence and anonymously. They provide information and emotional support over the phone and by email, and can help people get more intensive and face-to-face support if it is needed.