Police Youth Crime Commission Visit

Published 25 January

Public Services


The Police Youth Crime Commission visited College this week and held workshops for all Public Services students.

The workshops focused on the issues that young people face in today’s society, including homophobia, internet crime (posting something on social media that somebody else doesn’t want posting), bullying, harassment, abusive relationships, and more.

The group also looked at how young people’s relationships with the police could be improved and discussed alternative ways in which to report a crime.

Bridget Slater, Public Services tutor, said: “The topics raised in the workshops were great food for thought. Everybody was thoroughly engaged throughout and it made for a great learning environment.”

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