FREE Crime Prevention Presentation - Josh's Story

Age range: 3 - 12 | Price: Free | Activity by: The Josh Hanson Charitable Trust
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About Project

Knife crime shows no signs of slowing down and continues to be a huge issue among young people. By sharing Josh’s story in primary and secondary schools our presentation aims to:

  • Improve the safety of all Londoners.
  • Provide positive interventions.
  • Promote prevention of crime to young people who are disproportionately vulnerable to and affected by knife crime.
  • Encourage individuals to resolve conflict without using violence,
  • Explore challenges young people face such as neurodiversity, mental health and how behaviours can be misunderstood.

The presentation is adapted to be age-appropriate. We have a wealth of experience delivering to audiences in primary schools, secondary, colleges, universities, pupil referral units and across youth justice services.

We always share Josh’s story, but we agree on the presentation's focus with the school prior to delivery, to address issues and concerns raised and the level of content to be shared.

We address rights and responsibility, personal safety and self-awareness. We hope that the lessons shared can be aspirational and we know that the presentation has had a profound impact on every audience.

Learning Outcomes

  • Improved awareness of the consequences of violent crime
  • Increased understanding of personal safety
  • Increased sense of personal responsibility
  • A clearer understanding of the impact of Trauma

Data gathered from our presentations throughout 2022 have shown 83% better understand the consequences of violent crime, 95% said that the presentation has had a positive impact on them and 87% said they felt better informed about the impact of knife crime. The How Are You Harrow (HAY) 2023 report revealed that 38% of young people felt unsafe in areas of Harrow, 33% have witnessed someone being physically attacked and 3% in KS4,5 & College admitted to being involved in gang activities.

  • Meeting to discuss the focus of the presentation and content criteria
  • Assembly Hall
  • Projector
  • Commitment to providing feedback
Tracey Hanson
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For more details contact The Josh Hanson Charitable Trust


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In-person Support In-person Support
Target Young People, Parents, Teaching Staff
Cost Free
backpack-58 School year: 3 - 12
Available from - to 05/10/2023-12/07/2024
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For more details contact The Josh Hanson Charitable Trust
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Wembley, HA0 1AQ

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