Clubs end 2017 with strong teen programs focused on race, law enforcement and peaceful resolutions

Image Courtesy Of Dean B. Yoo Written by Hilary LaMotte Burke  

Clubs around the state ended 2017 on a strong note with critical teen programming centered around young people and law enforcement. The Snell & Associates Consultants national violence prevention training, Just(ice) In Time© Training Seminar For Teenagers & Young Adult Males Of Color Street Teams were out in full force in November and December.  This interactive violence prevention program brought young people and law enforcement together to addresses local and national increases in violence.

 

Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club Street Team
Presenting Officers: John Wes Barrett
Youth Advisor: Marla Smith
Youth Leaders: Nicholas D., Madison D.,, Mikai D., Ayana M., Mikailah D., Kendall C. & CJ F.

 

 

Newark Boys & Girls Club Street Team Meeting
Presenting Officer: Michael Coleman
Youth Advisor: Amber Hickman & Ciara Hooks
Youth Leaders: Ayana D., Curryn H., Caroline S. & Clayton S.

 

 

 

 

H. Fletcher Brown Boys & Girls Club Street Team Meeting
Presenting Officers: Brian Alleyne, Molly McNulty, Michael Coleman, Ann Clark & Dion Stalling
Youth Advisors: Michael Crumble & Steve Brown
Youth Leader: Ja’Vonte W.

 

 

 

New Castle Boys & Girls Club Street Team Meeting
Presenting Officers: Michael Coleman
Youth Advisors: Ron Handy
Youth Leaders: William B., William F., Quiana H., Cara J., Randall G. & Dionnai W.

 

 

In 2017, Just(ice) In Time© programs had attendance rates of 454 young people, parents, staff and community partners and 79 law enforcement.  Participants learned the potential impact, risk and liability associated with certain behavior and situations and how to apply and model effective behavior to influence positive change within their communities. All will learn and develop agreed upon, workable violence prevention solutions for implementation, to keep people and communities safer.  “It is imperative community leaders like Boys & Girls Clubs and the police are seen as partners working towards developing, through dialog and a nonthreatening platform, agreed upon real community solutions for implementation as well as maintaining the focus and momentum the Just(ice) In Time© Training has created” stated Isaac Snell, Jr. President of Snell & Associates Consultants.

 

For more information on Just(ice) In Time© Training Seminar For Teenagers & Young Adult Males Of Color, contact Tyrone Perry, [email protected] or 302-655-4591.