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NCJ Number: 136892 Find in a Library
Title: Greenwich Junior Citizen Award Scheme: London (From Youth Crime Prevention: A Handbook of Good Practice, 1990, P 49-52 -- See NCJ-136880)
Corporate Author: Crime Concern
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Crime Concern
Swindon, SN5 7UN
Sale Source: Crime Concern
Chapel House
Westmead Drive
Westlea
Swindon,
United Kingdom
Type: Program Description (Demonstrative)
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: The primary objectives of the Greenwich Junior Citizen Award Scheme, which illustrates an inter-agency training initiative on crime prevention and personal safety, are to help children avoid becoming the victims of crime, develop social awareness and good citizenship, cope effectively with dangerous situations, and understand the role of the police and other emergency services.
Abstract: This description outlines the procedure as well as the sets and role plays of the scheme and discusses management and staffing issues, project costs and funding sources, and program achievements and problems. The scheme, which can be adapted and modified to suit local needs, consists of eight, real-life sets which are arranged in the form of a course. At each set, the children participants are presented with several tasks and problems and are assessed on their reactions. Children are advised as to the most appropriate and sensible course of action should they be unclear about how to respond or make a mistake. Nearly 20 police forces and local authorities now operate similar schemes. 1 table
Main Term(s): Police community relations programs; Youth involvement in crime prevention
Index Term(s): Child victims; Foreign crime prevention; Juvenile program coordination; Juvenile program volunteers
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