There is rising public concern about crime rates and youth crime following news reports of street robberies, knife crime, muggings, violence and murders. There are many risk factors that lead young people to crime such as family breakdown, bullying and underachievement at school.
There are a number of key areas that can prevent young people getting involved in crime such as employment opportunities in deprived areas and support for vulnerable families through parenting classes and improved childcare. All Resources’ educational publications provide ideas and initiatives to encourage young people to make wise decisions thereby avoiding involvement in crime.
Youth Crime Topics for Schools
- Educating Young People About Youth Crime
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Young Offenders
Youth Crime Support for Schools
We publish digital youth crime school resources to support schools by providing help and guidance in an educational format. Our resource packs give the information in a way that informs as well as educates.
Youth Crime Support for Teachers
Our youth crime resources for teachers include youth crime resource packs that cover a variety of subjects as well as our lesson plans on youth crime.
Youth Crime Support for Students
Teaching students about youth crime is important. Our aim is to produce resource packs that provide information about youth crime.