Youth Independent Advisory Group
A Youth Independent Advisory Group is a community-led group of young people aged from 13 to 18 years old who provide independent advice to the Police Service. The aim is to encourage local young people to have their say on how we can improve the quality of the policing service we deliver
and to improve trust and reassurance within our community.
The group gives us advice on issues that affect young people, for example after a serious crime or incident. They also consult with police on plans and policies that might impact on youth culture. Youth Independent Advisory Groups offer you a way to make a difference to how your community is policed.
Youth Independent Advisory Groups also have a social side, enjoying fun team-building activities that help build confidence and relationships within the group.
Find out more by reading our Frequently Asked Questions
If you are interested in joining your local Youth Independent Advisory Group telephone Lee Russell on 028 9092 2744.