Youth Crime Conference

The Youth Crime Conference is in its 23rd year and continues to provide schools with an excellent opportunity for year 9 pupils to discuss and participate in workshops designed to explore crime and consequences, wellbeing and safety.

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.

2017 conference

Last year over 140 pupils attended from across Richmond Schools and took part in this valuable event.

This year the workshop will cover a range of subjects related to youth crime prevention and safety, including healthy relationships, healthy lifestyles and making the right choice.

  • Thursday 9 March 2017
  • Harlequins, Twickenham Stoop Stadium, Langhorn Drive, TW2 7SX

View the 2017 Youth Crime Conference flyer(pdf, 1059KB) for further information, including a timetable of the day.

This event is led by Achieving for Children Youth Service and supported by Richmond Metropolitan Police, Community Safety Partnership, MOPAC and Harlequins RFC.

More information

All secondary schools are invited to attend with up to 10 spaces available for their year 9 pupils, if a school wishes to attend the conference this year please contact the Youth Service:

Phone: 020 8891 7537

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Updated: 8 February 2017