SCSN and Fearless.org launch campaign encouraging national youth conversation on anti-social behaviour
Fearless.org – the youth service of independent charity Crimestoppers – and the Scottish Community Safety Network (SCSN) are this week working in partnership to encourage young people to learn more about anti-social behaviour and how best to make their communities safer.
Based on the findings of the SCSN ‘Picture of Anti-Social Behaviour in Scotland’ report released last year, the organisations are keen to dispel myths and challenge stereotypes that young people are often responsible.
Read more and view the campaign videos here.
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We’ve been running a number of online webinar events over the past few months and we have been providing write ups of these in the SCSN Learning section of our website, as well as video recordings of these events. You can also check out the Events Section of our website for upcoming community safety related events from partner organisations.