The National Crime Prevention Council and the Kleberlsberg Központ shared effort, the “Válts egy csokit mosolyra” program had a successful year in 2019. They had been collected many offerings for the Szent Ágota Child Protection Provider’s kids and protected ones. For the special occasion many of the protected ones and orphans get together as a family and celebrated Christmas with all the personalized gifts and offerings that they received.
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How to use carefully our smart devices, what is personal data, and how can you protect it? This and many other topics were on the table with Péter Bányász who was our guest after the hungarian FOMO movie was on screen at Premier KultCafé.
About the movie FOMO: Gergö and his teenage friends are into three things: partying, challenges, and their online following. One night, at a party, Lilla falls victim to the boys. A dare gets out of hand and the youngsters' world changes forever overnight. After the movie our guest expert from the… More »
At the community centre of Csepel orphans and members of the Child Protection service at the age 13-17 intrduced themself, and their musical development thanks to the National Crime Prevention Council’s project the “A zene az kell…”.
The program was devised in 2014 by the County of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Police Crime Preventing Department. The musical gala, directed by Márta Schermann gave the opportunity for all the local youth workshops to show their progress and all the new pieces what… More »
The broken windows theory is a criminological theory that states that visible signs of crime, anti-social behavior, and civil disorder create an urban environment that encourages further crime and disorder, including serious crimes. The theory suggests that policing methods that target minor crimes such as vandalism, public drinking, and fare evasion help to create an atmosphere of order and lawfulness, thereby preventing more serious crimes.
In an anonymous urban environment, with few or no other people around, social norms and monitoring… More »
Together with the European countries we have launched a prevention campaign on trafficking in human beings on 17 October 2019, a day before the EU Anti-Trafficking Day.
Our main goals are to step up the fight against this crime by informing:
•(potential) victims that they could be or become a victim of THB
•victims of THB where they can find help, protection and information
•victims of THB that they have EU-wide rights: Assistance & support, Protection, Compensation, Human & labour rights, Reflection period & Residence rights and Reintegration
The National Crime Prevention Council’s ongoing musical project “A zene az kell, hogy ne vesszünk el” is aiming for disadvantaged young adults and orphans. The program was devised in 2014 by the County of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Police Crime Preventing Department. Since then, many Orphanages joined to the project from Mátészalka, Tiszadob and Nyírbogát too.
One of the most incredible things about music is its ability to bring people together. In a sense, music has the ability to form and even enhance a powerful community. Through the project’s… More »
Thanks to the cooperation of the National Society of Student and Youth Journalists and the Ministry of Interior, each year more and more students have the chance to deepen their knowledge about crime prevention. This year, more than 15.000 youngsters filled out the online questionnaire in the first round of the big crime prevention quiz. The second round and the final were held within the framework of the 26th National Youth Press Festival.
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We asked some of Hungary’s most popular influencers to talk about crime prevention topics that are relevant for youth such as cyberbullying, drunk driving, online safety, etc.
All together they reached out for more than a million viewers.
You can find some of the videos here:
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Mystery in Little Woods is a play based on our children book collection ’Tales of Forest Town’ written by our colleague, Mrs. Judit Diószegi. The Hatszín Theatre decided to put the crime prevention tales on stage. The shows are free of charge. For more information, please visit the website, where you can also download the tales.… More »