Schools and NHS could be held accountable over youth crime.The Home Secretary wanted to make it a legal duty to report concerns over at-risk young people. Teachers, NHS workers and police officers in England and Wales could be held accountable for failing to spot violent crime among young people under the government plans.

 Issues in your community in today’s world and who you should contact and how.

 

Crime

 

Berkshire Youth


David Seward CEO of Berkshire Youth talks to Paul Presents about the issues the youth in West Berkshire face today and how to support them in turning away from the temptation of organised gangs, towards the developing clubs and projects supported by Berkshire Youth, by working with the communities throughout West Berkshire.

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Neighbourhood Policing

Matt Tullet of the Hungerford & Downlands Neighbourhood Policing Team joins Paul Presents for this week’s interview to discuss the issues in your community in today’s world and who you should contact and how.
Matt discusses his views on Village Neighbourhood Watch Schemes, Rural Crime, Arson, Speeding, Drugs, County Lines, Ballistics, Knife Crime, not to mention what a policeman’s uniform consists of these days and the permissions needed to use the various pieces of equipment they carry. He also discusses how Community Payback works and careers within the police force today.

***The views and opinions expressed during this interview are that of the individual being interviewed and aren’t necessarily the views of Thames Valley Police***

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