Saturday 12th October 2019, 9.30am (for a 10am start) – 3pm at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford
Youth Violence & knife crime is a growing concern throughout the country
& Essex is no exception
Join us for this very unique conference for all those who volunteer or work within a voluntary youth setting to find out about the Essex picture, join in with some brilliant workshops & be inspired as to how we can help tackle this issue together
· Jane Gardner, The deputy Police & Fire Crime Commissioner
· Gavin McKenna, CEO of Reach Every Generation
Crime & punishment, Important roles that families can play,
Brecks last game & safeguarding, Using drama as an outreach tool,
Sharing real life stories as a way to engage with young people,
The growing risk to primary age children, Operation Raptor & Essex police,
Doing detached work with gangs.
If you are engaged in youth work in any way at all, then
BOOK UP NOW to be a part of this brilliant day!
ECVYS members (£10) https://bit.ly/2WGV2gT
NON members (£20) https://bit.ly/2HSyFx0