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Andy Parrott, Senior programme manager, Kickz

Kickz was created in 2006 as a pilot project by the Metropolitan Police and the Football League to target 12- to 18-year-olds in disadvantaged areas of London. It offers the chance to take part in positive activities three nights a week as a way of reducing crime and anti-social behaviour.

Case studies: Project casebook

Jo Stephenson reports on two schemes that tackle crime and antisocial behaviour in London and North Devon; a film that aims to explain to adults what it is like to be Neet; and an adventurous residential course in Wales.

Case Studies: Project casebook

Jo Stephenson reports on a BBC London project to give young people experience of working in creative industries, a sailing race, a futuristic shelter and a project highlighting the dangers of gun and knife crime in south London.

Resrouces: Log on to ... Crime prevention

There's a whole range of youth-friendly information online to help deter young people from offending and provide young victims with advice. Tim Burke tracks down some of the best websites for teenagers and youth professionals.

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