Youth Advisory Group
One of the Police and Crime Commissioners' promises is to treat all young people as citizens, valuing their interests and opinions as much as any other group in the community.
The Police and Crime Commissioner therefore asked young people to volunteer to work with him on a young persons' advisory group. The group gives the Police and Crime Commissioner direct contact with young people who are able to express their views and comments which will steer all future decisions, policy and engagement.
Key policing priorities raised by the group
- Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults
- Serious and organised crime
- Violent crime
- Anti-social behaviour
Key issues raised by the group
- Child safety - preventing rather than reacting
- Use of Stop and Search
- Taking young people seriously
- Improving relationships
There will be a minimum of 4 meetings a year
We have been receiving lots of offers to work with the Youth Advisory Group and we are currently looking at ways for the group to engage with as many other young people, groups and organisations as possible.
Find out more about the group on the Why join the Youth Advisory Group? page.
If you would like to join the Youth Advisory Group check out the recruitment page.