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Lee Crosby Street Games for All Project Manager. Arbroath & District Crime Prevention Panel hold an open seminar to look at the issues surrounding youth.

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1 Lee Crosby Street Games for All Project Manager

2 Arbroath & District Crime Prevention Panel hold an open seminar to look at the issues surrounding youth crime within the Arbroath area. Concerns raised in the following areas: Substance misuse Crime Unemployment Social Deprivation Neglect Mental Health Wellbeing In The Beginning…

3 The Aims Encourage socially-acceptable behaviour. Provide an alternative to life on the street and substance misuse. Encourage equality between males and females. Promote the development of social and interpersonal skills. Promote safety for young people by channelling their energies into sport in a structured manner. Promote health by involvement in sport. Reconnect young people with the mainstream. Promote the employability of young people. Street Games for All

4 Structure International National Angus Wide Local Tournaments

5 Adapted Sports Sessions Enables people with a disability to take part in sport. Motor skill development Balance Co-ordination Movement Social Skills

6 Volunteering FriendshipPositive Role Model Confidence & Self Esteem AccreditationEducationEmployment

7 Drug Use

8 Alcohol

9 Smoking

10 Fitness Improvements

11 Targeted Volunteers

12 Perception

13 The Robertson Trust £48, secured over 3 years Comic Relief 1 of 13 successful applications out of 360 to make it to the 2 nd stage £99, over 3 years - Awaiting Outcome Tools implemented in other C.A.F.E. Project initiatives Was it worth it?


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