This toolkit was developed by the Home Office, in partnership with the police and the voluntary sector, to provide information for practitioners working with young people to help them:
- understand why young people get involved in serious and organised crime
- understand how organised criminals operate
- spot risks and identify when young people need support
- help young people at risk to access the support they need
The toolkit can be used as the basis for interactive sessions with young people, aged 11-18.
Download the overview and discussion guide to run interactive sessions (pdf) (contains strong language). Click for a version with the strong language removed.
Introduction to Serious and Organised Crime
A short video for practitioners outlining what serious and organised crime is.
A short, hard-hitting film (‘Consequences’) for use with young people aged between 11 and 18 years old.
Original version (contains strong language)
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Version with strong language removed
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Last Updated on October 10, 2019 by infed.org