Youngsters asked to be 'fearless'

5 June 2010, 06:00

Youngsters in Gloucestershire are being to help in the fight against crime.

Crimestoppers has launched a new 'fearless' campaign aimed at youngsters, giving advice on issues that may affect them, like drugs, sexual crimes and knife crime, but also asking them to report information.

Paul Menhinick is Crimestoppers Coordinator for Gloucestershire, he told Heart more about the campaign:

listen to the interview

Find out more on at www.fearless.org

 

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