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Youth Independent Advisory Group

Alert message sent 06/10/2021 12:06:00

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We, Humberside Police, are starting a Youth Independent Advisory Group and looking to go live in October. We are looking for young adults aged 16 – 24 to get involved with Humberside Police and support their communities. In order to better understand how we can work with our communities we are inviting young adults to join our Youth Independent Advisory Group (Youth IAG). The below provides information about what the Youth IAG is, as well as who we are looking for to help us with this project. This opportunity is still open so please pass this on to young people who you may work with and encourage them to apply.

Who can be part of the Youth IAG?

Youth IAG (Independent Advisory Group) members are members of the public who have an interest in how policing works and how this impacts on their community. Members are not expected to be a spokesperson for any particular group of people but should bring their own personal experiences and perspectives to the Youth IAG. In order to help us better understand our communities IAG’s should have members reflecting the diversity of the local people that Humberside Police serve which may include the following areas (but not limited to): -

Isolated communities Race
Religion or Belief
Sexual Orientation
Socio-economic status

The Youth IAG helps give young people a voice and the chance to inform and shape how we support those who live in the Humberside Area. We are keen to make sure the Youth IAG is representative of all our communities so welcome young people from all backgrounds and who share the aims of the Youth IAG which are to: -

Create and encourage an open discussion with our diverse communities
Provide young adults with the opportunity to help shape how we support everyone in the Humberside Area
Get young people involved in developing our policies and procedures and make them suitable for all
Improve how we work with young adults across the force
Give young people the skills to help them work with us to create resilient communities
Provide young adults with the chance to speak freely and act as a “critical friend” and help us improve and grow alongside our communities

If you or the people you think would join, would like further information please contact your local Community Cohesion Officer, Pc 1596 Dan Goodman – or
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Ian Hayes (Police, PC, Scunthorpe)

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