Brighton & Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership would like to support the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner by sharing with partners the latest REBOOT newsletter.
“We know that too often vulnerable young people become prime targets for organised crime groups”.
As a result, knife and drug-related crimes as well as anti-social behaviour are starting to increase.
Arresting young people is not necessarily the solution.
So we must instead look at the bigger picture and work together to curb potential criminal behaviour at the earliest possible stage.
“I am committed to safeguarding young people and giving them opportunities they otherwise wouldn’t have. What makes the REBOOT programme unique is that it provides the tools to make an informed decision on how they’d like to spend their time positively, educating them on the consequences of their actions”.
Sussex is leading the way with this approach and we are eager to see this scheme rolled out across the UK.
(Message from Katy Bourne – Police & Crime Commissioner)