JONAH'S  PROJECT  CIC

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MISSION STATEMENT

 

The peer hearing seeks to reduce low-level and quality of life offences by using a collaborative problem-solving approach to crime.

working with statutory bodies, communities, grassroots companies, faith-based groups, businesses and most importantly with young people leading from the front.

the peer hearing endeavours to hold the presented young people to account, addressing the underlying factors that can lead to criminal behaviour, improve the quality of life in local communities and increase public confidence in the youth justice system

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ELIGIBILITY/CRITERIA

Peer Hearing is available to young people who meet the following :

 

  • Aged 11-25 years

  • Have committed a low-level offence

  • Are based in Birmingham

 

Participation is voluntary

GOALS

  • To provide a second chance for young people to live a crime free future

  • Reduce youth crime/reoffending

  • Help youths address their issues

  • Address community needs

  • Improve the perception of the criminal justice system

  • Volunteer opportunities

INTERVENTIONS

The interventions will provide:

  • Local provision

  • A mechanism for change

  • A long-lasting diversion

 

Interventions are based on the individual needs of the presented young person, to make sure they have the best chance to succeed.

GENERAL INFORMATION
LEAFET

INFORMATION FOR INTERVENTION PARTNERS

PROVIDING SERVICES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE

CONVICTED, INVOLVED OR AT RISK OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.

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CALL US: 07384409747

EMAIL US: Contactus@jonahsproject.co.uk

Birmingham, United Kingdom

©2019 Jonah's Project is a community interest company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales.

Company No. 10724980