Webinar: Preventing Violence, Crime and Anti Social Behaviour
In this webinar we heard from experts in bystander theory and looked at some of Claremont’s recent work that’s taken a public health approach to police communications.
Our speakers presented a mix of theory and case studies and then took part in a Q&A panel discussion:
- The Power of PIE (Positive, Inclusive, Empowering) + the power of a social norms approach to influence
- ‘Are You Mate Enough?’ drink driving campaign case study
- Violence: young people’s perspective on what causes it and prevents it
- Perceptions of anti-social Behaviour
A big thank you to our panellists and speakers:
- Graham Goulden, ex-police officer with Police Scotland, International Violence Prevention trainer and expert on bystander education and engagement
- Beth Durham, Head of Communications at Sussex Police
- Tim Wiseman, Communications Manager at Thames Valley Violence Reduction Unit
- Padraig Walsh, Behavioural Psychologist
- Lucy Proudfoot, Associate at Claremont
- Mikaela Green, Senior Consultant at Claremont
- Emily Rayner, Senior Consultant at Claremont
We hope you enjoy this video + visit our Youtube for other briefings we’ve done over the last couple of years.