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Violent Crime Prevention
VCP aims to promote, inspire & highlight success in order to combat the negative stereotypes of young people & issues of violent crime. &
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Violent Crime Prevention 8h
Replying to @Gangsline
'Who' is the community and how are solutions articulated and actualised?
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Violent Crime Prevention 9h
Replying to @Gangsline
How about an example of 'the community' acceptance and a solution please? That would be helpful. Thank you.
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SouthwarkYA's 21h
We shortlisted 127 applications down to 52. Today we had a fantastic day doing group interviews. We met the most amazing young people from across . Now for the hard part 😔 ... Really wish we could have them all!
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 25
From your expertise, who do you identify as the 'community'? What does - acceptance' look like and how is this articulated and by whom? What next? An offline conversation would be great.
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 25
What solutions for young people / families affected now? Not everyone from poor social backgrounds get involved in gangs. Why not?
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Nathaniel L. Peat Jan 23
Whether I’m in a suit in a board room or in the community with youth, or in a prison breaking through the negative mindsets. I am driven to disrupt the violence found within our young people especially those from the BAME community.
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Donna Murray-Turner Jan 22
Welcome to the table , parents and community leaders have been worrying about this issue for some time. we ran a workshop to support parents dealing with this issue. In 5 days our video had 6k views.
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Robert Kasanga Jan 22
If you want to change you WILL
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kickoff@3 Jan 22
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kickoff@3 Jan 22
Our Co Founder was humbled to return back to today to meet with & Kicks project, as we collaborate together in support of our young people & charities in . .
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kickoff@3 Jan 22
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 21
Thanks to tou both...such an exhilarating discussion of solutions, hope, transparency and factual information. I look forward to the journey.
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 19
Our hearts go out to the families, friends and community of those 'executed'. The government must conduct an urgent review of the problem. Causes, effects, recommendations, implementation and monitoring - not just dishing out money.
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Citizen of the World Jan 17
Good shout Donna. Given this Government is talking in EXTREMES about increased stop & Search etc .. It’s seen it’s own Brexit impact reports of course so is aware it’s going to be the cause of rising crime. File under
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 10
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kickoff@3 Jan 9
Great to hear. are currently in Belfast with & to tackle such hate crime issues. We are working together across the country with & with a strategy to positively engage.
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kickoff@3 Jan 9
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Kimberley Lamb Jan 9
Great Home Office mtg ysterdy. Gd to hear of things happening nationally wth othr VRUs. All willing 2 share ideas, challenges. Now reflecting on r own notable milestones 🎉Im grateful fr my committed staff & strong partnrship supprt fr the VERU vision👏🏽
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Donna Murray-Turner Jan 9
The launch of a parent support book club group for parents whose yp are on the Youth Justice radar. The book club creates meaningful discussion and signposting, no judgement or shame which are barriers to real .
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Violent Crime Prevention Jan 8
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