Addressing rural crime through youth work
This case study focuses on the work of Gallery Youth, an organisation located in rural Northumberland in the North East of England and the role that it plays in reducing local crime and disorder and improving community cohesion. Gallery Youth provides both a service open to all young people in the locality of Alnwick, and also targeted support, in response to particular issues or needs.
Issues covered in this case study include:
- Anti-social behaviour
- Working with rural communities
- Inter-generational community cohesion
1 November 2014