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2 Breaking Down Barriers Through Sport

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4 1. ABOUT BREAKTHROUGH

5 1.1 Aims Providing challenging environments Building self confidence and self esteem Developing leadership skills Fostering team spirit Acceptance of responsibility Prevent re-offending Building bonds and relationships with police officers

6 1.2 Directors Mr. Mike Dowie OBE QPM CPM Executive Director of Operation Breakthrough Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1972 and retired in September 2009 at the rank of Senior Assistant Commissioner Mr. Dave Grant Joined Breakthrough in 2008 Director and responsible for Basketball, Kickboxing, Running & Volleyball Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1979 Currently a Senior Superintendent and Deputy District Commander of Sham Shui Po District

7 Mr. Ken Davey Joined Breakthrough in 2007 Director responsible for soccer ex- Chief Superintendent in Police HQ Mr. Barry John Smith Joined Breakthrough in 1996 Director and responsible for boxing and involved in rugby club Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1983 Mr. Matt Lindsay Joined Breakthrough in 2004 Director responsible for fundraising Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1987 Mr. Steve Tarrant Joined Breakthrough in 2003 with the rugby section and became a Director in 2007 He is responsible for rugby and the annual rugby tour Previously head of CID in a major Kowloon Police District

8 Mr. Robbie McRobbie Joined Breakthrough in 2003 Director responsible for rugby Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1992 Currently Community Rugby Manager, Hong Kong Rugby Football Union Mr. Brian Yung Joined Breakthrough in 2003 Director responsible for administration and financial matters Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1987 Ms. Tom Tsang Joined Breakthrough in 2002 Director responsible for modern dance Joined the then Royal Hong Kong Police in 1996 Ms. Winnie McCarthy Joined Breakthrough in 2009 Secretary Relocated back to HK in 1994 Administrator in Education (ESF)

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10 2. ACTIVITIES

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25 3. Sponsors and Partners

26 Laureus Sport for Good Foundation

27 Standard Chartered

28 The Community Chest

29 Social Welfare Department

30 The Hong Kong Jockey Club

31 Hong Kong Far East Masonic Benevolent Fund Corporation Yau Yee League

32 Lenovo

33 The Hongkong Federation of Youth Groups

34 Hong Kong Playground Association

35 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hong Kong (ELCHK) Youth Enhancement Scheme

36 The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong

37 Hong Kong Police

38 Hong Kong Rugby Football Union

39 City Contemporary Dance Company

40 Adidas (HK) Ltd

41 Blank Rome Solicitors & Notaries

42 The British Chamber of Commerce

43 Tanner de Witt Solicitors

44 3. FUNDRAISING A registered charity Funded from donations Specific fundraising activities relating to individual activities

45 4. HISTORY

46 Began in Tuen Mun District in 1996 Take a radical approach to resolve juvenile delinquency Change the lives of youngsters and their perception Initial started on the station rooftop with borrowed equipment

47 5. TARGETTING Juveniles Between years old Subject of the Superintendents discretion scheme Assessed by Social workers Aged 8-17 years old Deemed at risk of juvenile delinquency

48 THANK YOU!!


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