• Do not bring weapons to school REFUSE to carry a weapon for someone else, and REFUSE to keep silent about those who carry weapons.

  • REPORT any crime immediately to schoolteachers.

  • REPORT suspicious behaviour to a teacher.

  • Learn how to manage your anger. Find out ways to settle arguments by talking it out, working it out or walking away rather than fighting.

  • HELP others to settle disputes peacefully.

  • Become a PEER COUNSELOR, working with classmates who need support and help with problems.

  • MENTOR a young student As role model and a friend, you can make it easier for a younger person to adjust to school and ask for help.

  • Welcome new students and help them feel at home in school.

  • Start a PEACE PLEDGE CAMPAIGN, in which students promise to settle disagreements without violence, to reject weapons and to work toward a safe school environment.

  • Start a SCHOOL CRIME WATCH. Consider including a student patrol that helps keep an eye on corridors, parking lots and groups.

This is a message from the National Commission on Crime Prevention, (NCCP)

Address

Ministry of National Security, Air and Sea Port Development,
2nd Floor, Ministerial Building, Halifax Street,
Kingstown, Saint Vincent

Telephone

(784) 457-1426
PBX
(784) 456-1111
Ext.
463/364
Fax
(784) 457-2152
Email
office.natsec@mail.gov.vc