Fearless is a site where you can access non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality..
What makes this site different is we also provide you with a safe place to give information to us about crime - 100% anonymously.
We have 15 Fearless Outreach Workers delivering workshops to young people and professionals in a variety of areas across the country.
Contact us at Fearless@crimestoppers-uk.org to find out if we have a Fearless Outreach Worker in your area.
Here you can access our educational resources, further information on different crime types and find out more about the work we are doing nationally to educate and encourage young people to speak out about crime.
Community Safety - External Links
Please find below a list of external organisations and agencies, with links, that can provide further help and advice.
We are a national expert on child sexual exploitation (CSE). We support young people in local services around the country when they are at risk and help them to rebuild their lives if they have been victims of CSE or abuse. We also campaign for changes to laws and policies that leave them in danger.
Schools have a unique opportunity to educate students about how to develop healthy relationships. Together we can help them to make informed choices in their lives so they can protect themselves from being exploited.
Antisocial behaviour is any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person's quality of life. CrimeStoppers provides a completely anonymous phone or email reporting option for members of the public.
County lines is a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs into one or more importing areas [within the UK], using dedicated mobile phone lines or other form of “deal line”. They are likely to exploit children and vulnerable adults to move and store the drugs and money and they will often use coercion, intimidation, violence (including sexual violence) and weapons.
Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s:
This can be committed against a person or property.
A victim does not have to be a member of the group at which the hostility is targeted. In fact, anyone could be a victim of a hate crime.
The SYSRP is made-up of the four local authorities, Barnsley, Doncaster, Sheffield and Rotherham, South Yorkshire Police, South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue and a selection of other related organisations. The main aim is to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on South Yorkshire roads through education and a variety of campaigns.
The main efforts of RoSPA's Leisure Safety department are focused on reducing the several hundred drowning deaths that occur every year in the UK. We provide balanced advice, campaign for change and drive improvements where appropriate. To do this we work with a wide range of professionals, the UK Government and most importantly members of the general public. Explore the information here to see where we can best help you.
Keep your home and family safe by following a range of simple steps on fire prevention, from checking your smoke alarms, not overloading electrical sockets, to discussing an effective escape route.
SYFR also offer free Home Safety Checks for high priority properties:- https://www.syfire.gov.uk/safety-advice/request-a-visit/
Parent Info is a website for parents, covering all of the issues in the digital age. Its newsfeed function enables schools and family-focused organisations to host and share expert advice and information through their own websites.
Parent Info provides support and advice to parents, with contributions from the leading experts and organisations in matters related to young people and families in a digital world.
This website contains very useful advice in relation to:- Games and Apps / Parenting / Safety and Settings / Relationships and sex / Education and the Future / Health and Wellbeing
You can contact Childline about anything, whatever your worry, anonymously and without judgement, and talk to a specialist counsellor or get support from other young people.
The website has loads of fantastic resources, guides, help and advice for young people.
Is someone close becoming a stranger?
It can be hard to know what to do if you’re worried someone close is expressing extreme views or hatred, which could lead to them harming themselves or others. Working with other organisations, the police protect vulnerable people from being exploited by extremists through a Home Office programme called Prevent. Act early and tell us your concerns in confidence.