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A report published by the HM Inspectorate of Probation following an inspection in January rates the service, run by Oxfordshire County Council, as “good” overall. Chief inspector of probation Justin Russell praised the “innovative” range of work being done to help children who had been victims or were at risk of exploitation through initiatives including clinics run by Oxfordshire police […]

OXFORDSHIRE YOUTH JUSTICE SERVICE PRAISED OVER WORK TO TACKLE CHILD ...


The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released its latest figures surrounding NEET children and young people in the UK. There were an estimated 771,000 young people (aged 16 to 24 years) in the UK who were not in education, employment or training (NEET) in January to March 2020; this was an increase of 6,000 compared with January […]

Young People Not in Education, Employment or Training (UK May ...


As a result of the huge efforts everyone has made to adhere to strict social distancing measures, the transmission rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) has decreased, therefore, the Department of Education (DFE) will be exploring the opening of educational settings from the week commencing 1 June 2020.   Read the full phased plan here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/actions-for-educational-and-childcare-settings-to-prepare-for-wider-opening-from-1-june-2020/actions-for-education-and-childcare-settings-to-prepare-for-wider-opening-from-1-june-2020  

Actions for Education and Childcare Settings to Prepare for Wider ...



The digital safety and wellbeing kit provides useful tips and guidance to help protect your child on a range of issues including video calling, how to ensure your device and web browser are set up and updated correctly and tips regarding best practice with your username and passwords.   Click here to download toolkit: https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/coronavirus/digital-safety-and-wellbeing-kit/  

Children’s Commissioner Launches Digital Safety and Wellbeing Kit (COVID 19)


The Home Office has announced today (Wednesday 4 March 2020) that from next month new powers to tackle knife crime will be piloted by the Metropolitan Police.   Knife Crime Prevention Orders (KCPOs) were introduced through the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 and will give officers an additional tool to steer those most at risk away from violent crime. […]

Introduction of Knife Crime Prevention Orders




As we continue to deliver preventative messages within schools across London, we are sometimes met with very emotional situations. Our team are often unable to share their insights due to the age of the children that we work with but on this occasion, our CEO felt that this story should be shared. Our CEO Andrez Harriott attended a school […]

Our CEO Shares A Personal Story