The 14th December 2011 the European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA) took place in Poland. It was once again a success. Not less than 17 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects.
Charlton Athletic Football Club Social Inclusion Programme
The Charlton Athletic Social Inclusion Programme offered young people a chance to get involved in something fun and positive, whilst spending time with young people from other communities and backgrounds.
Goalkeepers - “One team, one result”
The goal of the project is to change the behaviour of the youngsters that lead to less delinquency and better school results. The behavioural change is not only focused upon the individual teenager, but to the whole peer group.
The primary objective of the project has been to reduce levels of graffiti and vandalism, first and foremost in the subway whose decoration and design the young people have been involved in.
With forum theatre - Without the violence
This project aims to reduce the risk of juvenile crime by using creative methods and reinforcing schools’ and other educational organizations’ ability to solve problems through developing adolescents’ social and psychological skills.
'Step by step - together for safety' - educational programme by the Csongrad County Police Headquarters. Possibilities for using the means of art, sport and humour in crime prevention
The main goals of the exhibition and the crime prevention short ﬁlms for children were to draw pupil’s attention to the narrow border between students’ mischief and juvenile delinquency. It is important to make clear that not knowing the law cannot be an excuse for avoiding responsibility.