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Crime Week Programme

Week commencing 19th October

With youth crime still at an all-time low, the Prison! Me! No Way!!! Jersey team’s autumn road show continues their work during Crime Week in a programme of interactive workshops and demonstrations aimed at young people.

Officers from the States of Jersey Police, Prison, Fire and Ambulance Services will engage with young people as they deliver a series of interactive workshops to secondary school students.

The aim of Prison! Me! No Way!!! Jersey is to raise the awareness of young people in the Island about the causes, consequences and penalties of crime, by using a non-threatening and non-lecturing style of education.

Prison! Me! No Way!!! Jersey Chairman Lesley Harrison said: “Crime Weeks are the most exciting part of our school input; it gives the entire team the opportunity to engage with young people and share knowledge and experiences with them. There is a lot of important information being shared when we deliver this input, but it also a tremendous amount of fun, for both the students and the officers who make up the team”

Superintendent Rob Bastable from the States of Jersey Police said “The week that our officers and other colleagues spend with young people in our schools is one of the most important parts in the police calendar. The opportunity to engage with and influence young people in the school environment is a responsibility we take very seriously and we are keen to make both the best impression possible and to play our part in helping them to consider carefully the decisions they make. PMNW continues to go from strength to strength and the feedback from both staff and pupils continues to be extremely positive.”

The multi-agency team work in partnership and have a very unique and innovative delivery style which ensures engagement with the students during extremely interactive workshops, and give students  hard hitting facts on the consequences of their actions should they make bad choices. They provide young people with information that will enable them to make informed life choices to help them grow into responsible citizens and hopefully reduce the devastating effects of criminal behaviour on society.

For more information on Prison! Me! No Way!!! please contact Chairman Lesley Harrison on 01534 612342 

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