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PHQ visitors for International Women's Day 2018

Our Pledge to Jersey Children and Young People There are 15,000 children and young people living here in Jersey, representing a significant percentage of our island community. We recognise the important role our organisation can play in ensuring our young people grow up in a safe environment that helps them flourish. Following publication of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry in July 2017, we have been working hard with other partners and key stakeholders in responding to the inquiries findings and developing an island wide Children’s and young people plan due to be published later this year. Four main outcomes for the plan have been agreed, which include; Grow up safely | Live healthy lives | Learn and achieve | Are seen and heard Over and above our commitment to the island wide Children and Young People plan, we wanted to make our own personal organisational Pledge to all children and young people against these 4 outcomes during the next 2 years, alongside our broader Policing Plan for the same period where we already commit to the findings and recommendations of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry. In setting out our Top Ten pledges to our children and young people, we have had the benefit of considering the feedback to the recent Children’s Commissioners questionnaire. We look forward to delivering against these pledges on the reverse side


1. Reduce the number of children and young people who are victims of crime 2. Reduce the number of children and young people exposed to high risk domestic abuse 3. Increase online digital security through: www.getsafeonline.org

2018 - 2019

Our 10 Pledges to Jersey Children and Young People

Grow up safely

Learn and achieve 6. Develop a safer schools partnership 7. Support and participate in the NEET (Not in Education Employment Training) programme 8. Explore the development of a mini police cadet scheme


Live healthy lives

4. Host a quarterly sponsored breakfast club 5. To work with Jersey Sport at promoting a healthy and active lifestyle

9. Grow and enhance our current Young People Community Advisory Group representation 10. Make it easier for young people to raise concerns / complaints about policing in Jersey

With thanks to Lauren Beechey for the art work

Are seen and heard


Engagement with Children and Young People throughout 2017 Number of children and young people who were victims of crime 311

Number of children present during Domestic Abuse incidents 654 (65%)

Number of children and young people reported missing from home 661

Number of Child Protection Notifications recorded 2247

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Number of letters to parents regarding conduct 304

Number of school visits 250

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Number of serious RTCs (55) involving children and young people 9

Number of sexting cases involving children and young people 24

Percentage of children and young people who follow us on social media 20%

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Children and young people pledge 2018  

States of Jersey Police make a pledge to the children and young people of Jersey, to help them to; Grow Up Safely, Live Healthy Lives, Learn...

Children and young people pledge 2018  

States of Jersey Police make a pledge to the children and young people of Jersey, to help them to; Grow Up Safely, Live Healthy Lives, Learn...

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