We were guests of Guilsborough Academy yesterday (Wednesday, 8th February) as we helped the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner launch the county’s new Police & Crime Plan 2017-2021: Making Northamptonshire Safer.
As well as designing the document – which features an emphasis on graphical content in order to make it more accessible to all audiences – Jump led the public relations element of the launch, which we suggested should be held at a school to reflect the strong focus on early intervention and protecting young people contained in the plan.
We joined Commissioner Stephen Mold at Guilsborough Academy as pupils launched Purple Bow Day as part of Cyber-Safety Week. Guilsborough pupils won the 2015 Northamptonshire County Schools Challenge – which invites students to develop enterprising solutions to social problems – by designing a purple bow, to remind their peers to use the internet and social media responsibly.
Commissioner Mold – who has made Keeping the Young Safe one of four key work strands in his Police and Crime Plan – led an assembly before answering questions from pupils around his role and policing in the county.
View the Police & Crime Plan 2017-2021: Making Northamptonshire Safer below or by clicking here.