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Project details

Reduction type

Primary prevention


Area

Rotherham


Funding amount

£6,730


Purpose

28 young people aged 13-16 years that have identified links with crime, drug use and grooming attended activities about the reality and dangers associated with knife crime, county lines, guns and crime.

Quick summary

Aspire Pupil Referral Unit involves young people aged 13 -16 in a range of activities to raise awareness of reality and dangers associated with knife crime, county lines, guns and crime, and as a result avoid being targeted for crime, drug use and grooming.


Many of the young people aged 13-16 years that attend the Aspire Pupil Referral Unit have identified links with crime, drug use and grooming. To avoid targeting young people, Aspire involved all students in a range of activities to help raise awareness of reality and dangers associated with knife crime, county lines, guns and crime. 28 young people took part of the sessions with In2Change

 

 

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