SOS+ in Norfolk
Work to prevent young people from becoming involved in crime and serious violence through the SOS+ Project has been developed across Norfolk.
This work equips young people with the knowledge, tools and awareness to stay safe and make positive choices and also helps professionals working with young people and parents.
Through partnership work with Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner, we are delivering 120 preventative sessions to 8,600 school children with intensive one-to-one support for those deemed most at risk. In addition, 40 awareness raising sessions are being offered to 2,100 teachers and 80 sessions to 7,700 parents.
This work is supported by Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner and the Hidden Victim's Fund.