The unique approach to the bullying issue through a dramatic play was co-produced by the Láthatáron Csoport and the Pro Progression Egyesület. Originally the play will be played exclusively for high school students, but for this two occasion the play was reachable for the wide public in the 26th and the 27th of February. The main idea was to actively interact with the audience, demolish the “fourth wall”, and invite the viewer over the passive spectator role to an active story forming attitude.
Funded by the National Crime Prevention Council, the very first escape room - designed and based on the experiential education and with the crime prevention philosophy in mind - has been opened for the youth and families at Kőbánya’s prominent street, at Újhegyi sétány.
Dr. Hatala József, the head of the National Crime Prevention Council emphasised in his opening speech, that the most powerful way to spread the knowledge of the crime prevention is through games, and the (V)ÉSZJELZÉS escape room is a good example of it.
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.
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…”.
This year we decided to dream big for the annual police and fireman day. The NCPC built a crime prevention village within the festival with the help of the crime prevention departments of the Police to get the attention the topic deserves.
Besides the departments of the counties, the National Police Headquarters and the Hungarian Prison Service also helped us to make crime prevention a factor in the event. We had interactive games, giant bouncing castle and many colourful programmes that attracted both kids and adults.
16 pages in the spring edition of the Hungarian Police’s newspaper, Cop Magazine, are dedicated to introduce the work of the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC).
Out of 18 national projects the National Crime Prevention Council’s (NCPC) program won the 4th place at the Best Practice Conference organised by the Estonian Presidency of EUCPN. The aim of the annual conference is to exchange crime prevention best practices around the EU under the auspice of the European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA).