Hate2Hate - Hate Crime Intervention

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Summary: Hate2Hate is a one to one intervention programme developed by Cumbria Specialist Youth Support Teams, designed for young people that have committed racially motivated offences or have exhibited concerning thinking patters
Age: 10-17
Sex: n/a
Cost: n/a

 

 

Aims:

  • Introduce young people to prejudice and discrimination and the relationship they have to hate crime
  • Support young people to have an opportunity to look at their personal views and beliefs
  • Support young people to gain a NOCN Level 1 Award in Skills for Employment, Training and Personal Development (QCF)

 

 

Description:
Hate2Hate is a one to one intervention programme designed for young people that have committed racially motivated offences and for young people who have exhibited concerning thinking patters around prejudice and discrimination.


The programme was developed by Cumbria Specialist Youth Support Teams (CYST) in partnership with Cumbria Youth Offending Service*. The programme has two units, which are run over nine sessions.


Unit one: Prejudice and Discrimination Awareness
Unit two: Equality and Diversity.

 

In order for young people to access the accreditation CYST work in partnership with the National Open College Network.

 

 

Implementing the Practice:

  • The programme is delivered by Specialist Youth Workers within CYST
  • CSYS completed training, following which they have been granted Open College Network /One Award Centre status so that they are able to provide the award for young people
  • Cumbria Specialist Youth Service YOS case managers and Targeted Youth Support are able to refer young people on the programme 
  • This programme is for young people on Youth Rehabilitation Orders or young people on Junior Attendance Centre Order
  • The Programme requires minimal resources, mainly internet access and stationery
  • The programme is delivered on a one to one with each young person
  • Young people are supported to gather the evidence necessary to achieve the qualification
  • It costs £20 per young person to be put through for the award, this is paid by CSYS, who get their funding for this through the YJB grant

*The County has three teams each consisting of one Specialist Youth Coordinators (Internal Verifier) and two Specialist Youth Workers (Assessors) these Teams were created to deliver Accredited Programmes of Interventions to Young People that are clients of the YOS, Targeted Youth Support (TYS) and Cumbria’s Early Help Service.

 

Contact Details:

YOT:  Cumbria Specialist Youth Service (CYOS)
Name: Simon Day
Email: Simon.day@cumbria.gov.uk
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