Youth Crime Conference
The Community and Police Partnership has organised a Youth Crime Conference every year since 1994, making the 2012 Conference(pdf, 1246KB) the 18th such event.
The 2012 conference was held at the Harlequins Twickenham Stoop on Wednesday 29 February.and was attended by 180 students.
Fourteen borough secondary schools in the borough sent a group of Year 9 students, aged 13-14 years old. Students experienced a mixture of drama scenarios, workshops and presentations about current community safety issues.
Here are some images of the 2012 conference(pdf, 855KB) and the conference report appears below.
The 2011 conference included a poster competition around the theme of community cohesion. Students used an electronic voting system to choose the winning posters(pdf, 407KB).
Aims of the YCC
- To gather information on crime issues that concern young people and build them into the borough's policing plan
- To raise awareness amongst young people of important community safety issues
- To build constructive relationships between young people and the Police and other agencies
- To encourage young people to pass on the messages they have learnt
YCC Annual Reports
- YCC Annual report 2013(pdf, 798KB) - Crime and Consequences
- YCC Annual report 2012(pdf, 574KB) - Crime and Consequences
- YCC Annual report 2011(pdf, 198KB) - Stay Safe, Stay Secure, Stay Together
If you need further information on the Youth Crime Conference, please contact the CPP Administrator
c/o Community Safety Team
44 York Street
Telephone: 020 8891 7777