Lincolnshire Strong Voices
It is important that we are giving the young people in Lincolnshire a platform to talk and discuss issues and concerns where they live, and to be the facilitators to help implement real change in the community!
What is Lincolnshire Strong Voices?
Created by The Lincolnshire Office of Police and Crime Commissioner and facilitated by the Safer Together Team, Lincolnshire Strong Voices is a space for young people aged 11-21 to raise issues and concerns about where they live and influence real change.
Through Lincolnshire Strong Voices, we aim to give young people the platform to:
- raise policing and crime issues in their communities
- challenge and inform the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner
- challenge and inform the work of Lincolnshire Police
- help make their communities feel and be even safer
Our streams of work to engage with young people across the county has three delivery strands:
- Core Group of active participants
Every 2 months in each of the districts we have our core group of young people who meet and work on a range of workshop activities and build on the aims and milestones of the Young Voices work.
To sign up to become a member, please complete the online form by clicking here.
- School Engagement
All schools and colleges in Lincolnshire have been given the opportunity to have us host 3 different types of engagement programmes in schools.
To register your school or education setting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Community Groups Engagement
We have the opportunity for any community groups or partners in the county to have engagement sessions with their young people.
To register your community group, please email email@example.com
You can help make our communities feel and be even safer!
We are looking for 11 - 21 year olds in Lincolnshire who want to use their voices and work together to make positive changes where they live.
You have a voice, now it's your time to use it!
If you would like more information and to register your interest in being a part of Lincolnshire Strong Voices let us know! Complete our online expression of interest form by clicking here.
Your privacy is really important to us. By filling in the expression of interest form, you are consenting to being contacted by the Police and Crime Commissioner's Safer Together Team about Lincolnshire Strong Voices.
You can withdraw this consent at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincolnshire Youth Commission 2021-22 ‘Big Conversation’ and final report
On 3 March 2022, Lincolnshire Youth Commission held their 'Big Conversation' conference at Bridge Central in Lincoln, presenting to a range of professionals from the Office of the PCC, Lincolnshire Police and other partner agencies.
Youth Commission members presented their key findings from over 1,300 conversations with young people across Lincolnshire. Within their presentation, members provided recommendations to the PCC, Lincolnshire Police and key partners.
- Safer Communities
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Mental Health
- Exploitation and Violence Affecting Children and Young People
- Young People and their Relationship with Police
- Stopping Abuse
These priorities were selected by the Youth Commission members as the top 6 key issues that are important to young people living in Lincolnshire.