Emily Longley's former college has launched a week-long safety campaign in the wake of her murder.
Longley, 17, was killed by her boyfriend Elliot Turner at his parents' home in Bournemouth, England, in May last year.
Brockenhurst College, where Longley was studying at the time of her death, started an All-Ways Safe campaign this week to teach students how to stay safe in a variety of situations, the Daily Echo has reported.
The campaign will cover a variety of topics including personal safety, relationship safety, road safety and cyber safety and students would be spoken to by police, victim support, firefighters and other agencies.
It's hoped the campaign will prevent a repeat of what happened to Longley, who moved to the UK from Auckland.
"We have a duty to our students to ensure that they remain safe not only on our campus but in the wider world," College principal Di Roberts told the Daily Echo.
"Our All-Ways Safe week gives us the opportunity to ensure that they are aware of a range of safety issues that might affect them and to encourage them to take necessary steps to safeguard themselves and others."
During Turner's trial, the court heard that the 21-year-old had repeatedly threatened to kill Longley and had been violent towards her before he eventually strangled her to death in a violent rage.
Turner was sentenced to life imprisonment in June and must serve a minimum of 16 years before he is eligible for parole.
He has indicated he plans to appeal his conviction.
Turner's parents, Leigh and Anita, were also jailed for trying to cover up their son's crime.
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