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Youth Safety Strategy 2020 - 2025

Islington’s new Youth Safety Strategy for 2020–2025 builds on the successes achieved in recent years, focusing on new initiatives, innovations and models to ensure that Islington remains a national leader in youth safety.

The strategy sets out the plans of the council and the partnership to make Islington safer over the next five years. A comprehensive needs analysis and an assessment of what works indicates that many young people involved in crime or violence have had a troubled adolescence, and that some have experienced adverse childhood experiences such as domestic abuse, neglect or discrimination. The aim of the strategy is to make sure the partnership is able to make effective responses at all stages of a child and young person’s development.


Read the Youth Safety Strategy 2020 - 2025

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