Working with young people
Welcome to the youth section of Crimestoppers' website.
Crimestoppers is not part of the police, but an independent charity. We do work with the police, just as we work with business, media, schools, youth groups and the local community for a common goal - a safer, fairer society.
Here you will find information about all our youth projects and the resources available for teachers and youth workers, including Fearless, our website for young people.
- Two ways to pass on information about crime: call 0800 555 111, or online
- We don't want to know your name or where you live
- Calls and online forms are not traced or recorded
- You won't have to give a statement or go to court
- The only person who knows that you've contact Crimestoppers is you!
Did you know...?
One in five 16-year old boys admitted to attacking someone with a knife, intending to cause serious harm (Youth Justice Board/Mori Survey)
Crimestoppers' youth projects team encourage young people to talk about crimes that affect them. We also encourage them to use Crimestoppers' anonymous phone number, 0800 555 111. If you'd like to find out more, please contact the Youth Projects Team.
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Find out ways the charity is helping fight knife crime.
The latest news about Crimestoppers' latest youth projects and activities.
Sirazul ISLAM - Wanted for Failing to answer bail - Sexual Assault
Offence: Sexual crime
Offender failed to answer bail to be charged for sexual assault.
Julie is a mother-of-two living in Peckham, South London. She started trying to make her community a better place due to her teenage son's experie...