Bennett, Alison
September 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;9/10/2008, p7
The article offers information on the significance of Positive Futures Sports Lincs in Great Britain. It is a youth project aimed in reducing antisocial behaviour and youth crime by engaging young people in positive activities. A total of £200,000 of funds is allocated over three years from a number of agencies, including Humberside Police and Positive Futures. The scheme started in Immingham, when it encountered problems with gangs, antisocial behaviour and low-level crime.


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