Tuesday, 7 May 2019

End drug-related crime - Public Meeting: How drugs affect us and our community - Brent Civic Centre May 21st

End drug-related crime - Public Meeting Drugs affect us and our community
7pm-9pm Tuesday 21 May 2019 Brent Civic Centre Grand Hall Tea and coffee from 6.45pm

How can we stop the violence and exploitation caused by drugs? Have your say – make a difference 
Find out:

• whose lives are affected by drugs
 • how drugs fuel exploitation, crime and violence 
 • what the police are doing 
 • how mentors with first-hand experience can help 

What can we all do now and in the longer term?
How can parents help?
How can young people help? 
How can schools help?
How can policy and legislation help?

 Hear what the panel say. Ask them questions. Make suggestions.

  •  Louis Smith, Police Superintendent, North West London
  • Tom Sackville and Mary Payne, Brent substance misuse service
  •  Danny Coyle, Headteacher of Newman Catholic College 
  •  David MacKintosh, drugs policy adviser
  •  Brent Youth Parliament member 
  • St Giles Trust mentor for schools
 Organised by Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board

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