Three teenagers have mentored a trio of the Metropolitan Police’s top women officers for six months.

The reverse mentoring project aimed to help officers get closer to communities they serve by gaining fresh perspectives on issues including domestic abuse, knife crime and social inequality.

The force teamed up with charity The Girls’ Network to launch the pilot programme, which provided the young women with a chance to play a part in influencing the actions and attitudes of the Met Police.

Watch the video from the BBC below:

Source: Why teenagers are mentoring senior Met Police officers

Share This Story

By / Published On: August 30th, 2021 / Tags: , / Categories: Crime, News /

Leave A Comment

Coming Soon


FREE Safeguarding Network & Knowledge Hub

Do you want an invite to join before the official launch?

Join Our Free Safeguarding Network & Knowledge Hub

Find Out More

A FREE Dedicated Safeguarding Platform for Learning, Sharing & Connecting with Others