The Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro and his office (OPCC) this week, pledged their support to the #iwill campaign which encourages young people to get involved in youth social action.
The pledge, which can be viewed in full here, sets out the commitment to help improve relationships between young people aged 10-20 and the police whilst encouraging communities to recognise the positive contributions they bring to our communities.
Youth social action can improve the employability, character and wellbeing of young people whilst building upon and developing existing community relationships.
In support of #iwillWeek, PCC David Munro attended two events aimed at identifying key policing issues effecting young people and how they can be addressed.
The Surrey County Council Takeover Day, saw the PCC with the support of Surrey Youth Focus, meet youngsters who spoke out about their concerns and perceptions of the police and recommendations for the OPCC to take forward.