The High Sheriff’s Association of England and Wales supports National Crimebeat which is a youth crime prevention initiative.
In Rutland and Leicestershire the High Sheriffs support Warning Zone which is focused on the young people of the counties at a key stage in their lives.
Warning Zone is a Leicester based charity dedicated to teaching life-skills and safeguarding children.
They aim to deliver life-saving messages to children aged 10-11, catching them on a key transition in their lives as they venture into secondary schools, where they will meet new friends and are introduced to new experiences. At this age, children are given more independence and will be responsible for their actions, behaviours and decisions they make; both in their day to day life and online.
At their state-of-the-art facility, Warning Zone educates young people on understanding risks, peer pressure, anti-social behaviour and consequences. With the Internet and online presence being so widely accessed from young age, their E-Safety zone educates children on cyber-bullying, grooming, scammers and much more.
A few Facts about Warning Zone
Warning Zone is a Leicester based charity
They aim to deliver life-saving messages to children aged 10-11
Their E-Safety zone educates children on cyber-bullying, grooming, scammers and much more