Created by a group of young people, their campaign Big Up The Bill aims to highlight good examples of police work.
They think the police should:
- Treat young people respectfully
- Use simple language to explain things
- Listen and empathise - show they care
They want to share their top tips with Police and Crime Commissioners so that all police staff develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours that will make them better at working with children – especially vulnerable children.
They know police professionals who show empathy and listen can be
a catalyst for a positive change in that young person’s life. Too often this isn't the case - and they need your help to change this.
You can help by leaving a message on why you think your Police and Crime Commissioner should support Big Up The Bill.
Keeping in touch
The Children’s Society would like to contact you about how you can support vulnerable children by campaigning, raising awareness and providing financial support.