Worried or need advice about how leave a gang? or concerned that pupils or students maybe involved in gang activity?

Many young people feel pressured to be a part of a gang and as a result join because they are in fear of reprisal

Some gangs are non violent and in fact are fundamentally a group of friends that give their friendship group a name. There is no doubting the differences between this type of association and the association of a group that are actively pursuing crime and violence that is clear and obvious through activities.

Initiation into a gang can be the easiest decision to make, it’s the decision to leave that becomes extremely complicated.

Our youth intervention workshops are driving effective solutions to organised gang violence and criminality.

There is an overwhelming desire and need to understand gang culture and the challenges associated with being in a gang.

There is also the other side of how to leave a gang once you no longer want to be a part of it.

Many young people feel pressured to be a part of a gang and as a result join because they are in fear of reprisal

Some gangs are non violent and in fact are fundamentally a group of friends that give their friendship group a name. There is no doubting the differences between this type of association and the association of a group that are actively pursuing crime and violence that is clear and obvious through activities.

Initiation into a gang can be the easiest decision to make, it’s the decision to leave that becomes extremely complicated.

Our talks and workshop helps students understand the consequences of being in a gang that is active. Active being the definition of behaving in a manner that is considered to be criminally motivated.

Workshops and talks

* Understanding what a gang is.

* Defining gang related activity

* How popular culture affects us.

* The law and Serious youth violence

* Drugs and the Law

* Joint Enterprise and association

* The impact of youth violence

Worried or need advice about how leave a gang