The final day in Greenwich was concluded with the candidates working together in small groups of mixed experience and job roles. Utilising what the have have learned during the course to ‘problem solve’ a variety of issues such as fly tipping, street drinking and youth nuisance. They followed the SARA model aligning it with  yesterdays input of the Routine Activity Theory and the Ten Principles of Crime Prevention before successfully presenting their work to the class.

KABSEC Training have thoroughly enjoyed there second visit to Greenwich this year, finding all the students enthusiastic, engaged and professional. We will continue to offer them  support throughout the learner journey and wish them future success in aligning the theory around problem solving to their day to day business.

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