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Thu, 08 Apr



Systemic Youth Violence ( for Ealing groups)

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Time & Location

08 Apr 2021, 10:00 – 13:00


About the Event


This training explores the national epidemic of knife-crime, serious youth violence, gangs and  ‘County Lines’:

Session outcomes

By the end of the session, participants will:

·Understand the drivers and reasons for the increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines

·Understand the role of the Media

·Understand the models of prevention and exit – what works?

· Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’

·Understand the secure estate

·Identifying & Exploring the consequences of Gang Culture


Due to the wide experience of the trainer in youth offending work, his approach to this training is very down to earth and discussion based with an emphasis on real world examples and case studies from practice. Ray Douglas’s approach is very much centred on providing participants with effective practical tools to use in daily practice. Our Trainer Ray Douglas is an experienced Desistance & Behaviour Management Specialist, Youth Offending Worker and dynamic Trainer with a very successful track record of working within the Criminal Justice System. Ray has wide expertise and success in the delivery of Learning, Gangs, & Systemic Youth Violence and training for practitioners within the public and third sectors and success in managing, mentoring and increasing positive outcomes for both staff & service users working to reduce systemic youth violence.

A prolific Public Speaker, as well as Trainer & Seminar Leader, Ray launched ‘Gangology’ a CPD workforce development programme for practitioners working with young people at risk of life-threatening behaviour relating to Gun, Knife & Gang Culture. Ray draws on his years’ of experience in this field to deliver exceptionally high quality and evaluated Gang Culture training .

To see the trainer on Channel 4 news click here.

To see the trainer on BBC News click here.

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