CALGARY GANGS EDUCATION
Education programs happening at YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre.
Aimed to help adults understand the current issues surrounding community safety and support youth in avoiding potential risks. FREE for everyone.
These presentations are a collaborative initiative with our partners the Calgary Police Service and the City of Calgary, which recognizes that gang violence is an issue that requires broader community support, education and awareness.
GANGS EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS
✅ Understand the issues. Learn about challenges currently happening within your community and the city of Calgary.
✅ High Risk Lifestyles. How to recognize if your child is participating in high-risk behaviour and how young people get involved.
✅ Potential risks. The effects of organized crime on the community and individuals involved.
✅ Informed choices. How to support young people in recognizing the signs and avoid high risk behaviour.
✅ Start the conversation. How to talk to young people and support them in making the right choices.
✅ Community-driven strategies. What you can do in your community, in your home and where to get help.
✅ How the Calgary Police are responding to community concern. Understand the work taking place.
For adults and youth 12 years and older. Perfect for parents/guardians and youth mentors/supporters. Youth younger than 11 years of age will not be permitted as content and discussions are designed for this audience only.
📌 Thursday, August 22, 6:00 pm
📌 Thursday, August 29, 6:00 pm
📌 Saturday, September 7, 11:00 am
📌 Thursday, September 12, 6:00 pm
YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre
5111 – 47St NE, Calgary
- Childcare services available for children 11 years old and younger
- Punjabi translation during presentation
- Everyone welcome
- Limited number of tickets available