Crimestoppers
UK Conference 2005, Cardiff
Peter D Cox
TMPL Consultants
www. tmpl-online.co.uk
www.peterdcox.me.uk
Making the difference - for me
and my community
?
    Why volunteer?
    What’s in it for me?
    What’s in it for my community?
    Can I do it better?
    Can we find mo...
Let’s think about it
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for
me’ (W...
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for
me’ (W...
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for
me’ (W...
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for
me’ (W...
Let’s think about it
What makes me volunteer to work for
Crimestoppers?
What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for
me’ (W...
Why do people volunteer?
Why do people volunteer?
 help the less fortunate
  children, the ill, elderly
Why do people volunteer?
 help the less fortunate
  children, the ill, elderly
 campaign for change
  environmental pressu...
Why do people volunteer?
 help the less fortunate
  children, the ill, elderly
 campaign for change
  environmental pressu...
So, what is in it for me?
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
 learning new skills
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
 learning new skills
 facing new challenges
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
 learning new skills
 facing new challenges
 gaining rec...
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
 learning new skills
 facing new challenges
 gaining rec...
So, what is in it for me?
 friendship,
 being part of a community
 learning new skills
 facing new challenges
 gaining rec...
What’s in it for Crimestoppers?
You tell me!
Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
I’m in good company ....




Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community




Figures from Active Co...
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community
        Over 11 million ar...
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community
        Over 11 million ar...
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community
        Over 11 million ar...
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community
        Over 11 million ar...
I’m in good company ....
        More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community
        Over 11 million ar...
I’m in good company ....
                                   People           Value £bn
        More than 20 million in the...
Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
Formal volunteers - like you




Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
Formal volunteers - like you
        organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal
        volunteers)




Figu...
Formal volunteers - like you
        organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal
        volunteers)
        ...
Formal volunteers - like you
        organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal
        volunteers)
        ...
Formal volunteers - like you
        organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal
        volunteers)
        ...
Formal volunteers - like you
        organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal
        volunteers)
        ...
Crimestoppers and volunteers
Crimestoppers and volunteers
 there are over 600 formal volunteers
 helping crimestoppers
Crimestoppers and volunteers
 there are over 600 formal volunteers
 helping crimestoppers
 it is led by a Board of Trustees
Crimestoppers and volunteers
 there are over 600 formal volunteers
 helping crimestoppers
 it is led by a Board of Trustee...
Crimestoppers and volunteers
 there are over 600 formal volunteers
 helping crimestoppers
 it is led by a Board of Trustee...
Let’s talk Vision
Let’s talk Vision
 Think about yourself and
 Crimestoppers now
Let’s talk Vision
 Think about yourself and
 Crimestoppers now
 Imagine yourself in five years time -
 what will Crimestopp...
Let’s talk Vision
  Think about yourself and
  Crimestoppers now
  Imagine yourself in five years time -
  what will Crimes...
Let’s talk Vision
  Think about yourself and
  Crimestoppers now
  Imagine yourself in five years time -
  what will Crimes...
VISION
Crimestoppers aims to become the most
VISION
         effective crime-solving tool in the country and
           to be per...
Sources - Unesco
Why is volunteerism important?




Sources - Unesco
Why is volunteerism important?
       Volunteers are in themselves good for society




Sources - Unesco
Why is volunteerism important?
       Volunteers are in themselves good for society
       They are part of our ‘social ca...
Why is volunteerism important?
       Volunteers are in themselves good for society
       They are part of our ‘social ca...
Let’s identify our
communities
Let’s identify our
communities
Which communities do you belong to?
Let’s identify our
communities
Which communities do you belong to?
How do you engage with each of these
communities?
Let’s identify our
communities
Which communities do you belong to?
How do you engage with each of these
communities?
Why d...
Let’s identify our
communities
Which communities do you belong to?
How do you engage with each of these
communities?
Why d...
Let’s identify our
communities
Which communities do you belong to?
How do you engage with each of these
communities?
Why d...
Discuss in pairs
Discuss in pairs
What common factors are there in your
communities?
Discuss in pairs
What common factors are there in your
communities?
What types of leadership contribute to
communities?
Discuss in pairs
What common factors are there in your
communities?
What types of leadership contribute to
communities?
Wh...
Doing more of what’s needed
Doing more of what’s needed
 Maximising impact
Doing more of what’s needed
 Maximising impact
 Maximising volunteers
   more of the same
  more of different
Doing more of what’s needed
 Maximising impact
 Maximising volunteers
   more of the same
  more of different
 Managing wh...
The virtue of volunteering
The virtue of volunteering
  We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
The virtue of volunteering
  We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
  It gives us social context, allows us to ex...
The virtue of volunteering
  We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
  It gives us social context, allows us to ex...
The virtue of volunteering
  We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
  It gives us social context, allows us to ex...
The virtue of volunteering
  We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
  It gives us social context, allows us to ex...
Enjoy Cardiff
Go - make a difference
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  • Anyone met anyone interesting?
    Learnt anything?



    I know little about CS - but I expect to know a lot more after the next hour or so. But that’s history in a way - what I want to us to engage in is he future - about CS’s vision and your role in that vision.



    Intros



    - who I am - show of hands? New to CS: more than a couple of years: retired: involved in other voluntary work
  • What we want to achieve -
    sharing experience
    doing some thinking
    learning something new
    maybe taking away a few tricks to use again
  • Key factors - volunteers largely unpaid - but not necessarily unrewarded
    WIFM is crucial to understand - it motivates and energies us - in encourages others
    Leadership has to happen at all levels
    We can all make a difference - it’s just a question of working out how - and maximising the result
    Johnny’s story
  • Key factors - volunteers largely unpaid - but not necessarily unrewarded
    WIFM is crucial to understand - it motivates and energies us - in encourages others
    Leadership has to happen at all levels
    We can all make a difference - it’s just a question of working out how - and maximising the result
    Johnny’s story
  • Key factors - volunteers largely unpaid - but not necessarily unrewarded
    WIFM is crucial to understand - it motivates and energies us - in encourages others
    Leadership has to happen at all levels
    We can all make a difference - it’s just a question of working out how - and maximising the result
    Johnny’s story
  • Key factors - volunteers largely unpaid - but not necessarily unrewarded
    WIFM is crucial to understand - it motivates and energies us - in encourages others
    Leadership has to happen at all levels
    We can all make a difference - it’s just a question of working out how - and maximising the result
    Johnny’s story
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Head thinking first - try to find three things for each question - 5 mins max
    Neighbour (behind) share your answers - discuss
    Agree most important to each question - 5 mins
    Flip chart - Why we volunteer / WIFM / How CS benefits - do this against next slides
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Flip chart their answers first
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Use notes as necessary - flagged pink
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Develop - if time - notions of forml/informal volunteering
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Absolutely dependent!
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Explain idea of vision - where we want to be etc
    Five minutes head time
    Ten minutes in a huddle
    Flip Chart key words before next slide
  • Re-iterate
    Compare with their words
    Must be shared - key to growth and management of success
    - if you did this with your board ... what would answer be?
  • Re-iterate
    Compare with their words
    Must be shared - key to growth and management of success
    - if you did this with your board ... what would answer be?
  • Self supporting virtue -
    volunteerism is key to CS success
    - part of the vision of reducing crime and fear of crime



    time check 1 hour?
  • Self supporting virtue -
    volunteerism is key to CS success
    - part of the vision of reducing crime and fear of crime



    time check 1 hour?
  • Self supporting virtue -
    volunteerism is key to CS success
    - part of the vision of reducing crime and fear of crime



    time check 1 hour?
  • Self supporting virtue -
    volunteerism is key to CS success
    - part of the vision of reducing crime and fear of crime



    time check 1 hour?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • CS role in the community essential to success - leadership has to come from volunteers as well as chair/CEO
    Use of mindmap
    - Four key things to think about
    What communities
    What is my engagement
    Why do I belong
    What leadership do/can I bring?
  • Flip chart answers
    Draw out commonalities
    - Leadership
    - what really matters
  • Flip chart answers
    Draw out commonalities
    - Leadership
    - what really matters
  • Flip chart answers
    Draw out commonalities
    - Leadership
    - what really matters
  • Flip chart answers
    Draw out commonalities
    - Leadership
    - what really matters
  • Flip chart answers
    Draw out commonalities
    - Leadership
    - what really matters
  • How - all about impact - to be seen - to be clear about the vision and today’s messages - go away and look at, develop your mind map. Make it your plan for the future of your volunteering - and what you will do for CS
    Volunteers - don’t forget to ask
    - what make a wifm for you will make the same for similar people - but there may be big differences for people not like you - for example young people
    - don’t just go for more of the same - look at your network, ask someone who knows, who can then ask
    -more and different has to be the key - younger, more diverse
    need to support those without experience/skills - may have never sat in a formal meeting before (is it FUN! - does it have a purpose?) - provide induction, coaching, mentoring
    - deliver their WIFMs
    - don’t use experts to stuff envelopes - example
    - think about reward (deliver the WIFMs) eg learning, qualifications, volunteer of the month/year, most exciting new idea, recognise board attendance etc
  • How - all about impact - to be seen - to be clear about the vision and today’s messages - go away and look at, develop your mind map. Make it your plan for the future of your volunteering - and what you will do for CS
    Volunteers - don’t forget to ask
    - what make a wifm for you will make the same for similar people - but there may be big differences for people not like you - for example young people
    - don’t just go for more of the same - look at your network, ask someone who knows, who can then ask
    -more and different has to be the key - younger, more diverse
    need to support those without experience/skills - may have never sat in a formal meeting before (is it FUN! - does it have a purpose?) - provide induction, coaching, mentoring
    - deliver their WIFMs
    - don’t use experts to stuff envelopes - example
    - think about reward (deliver the WIFMs) eg learning, qualifications, volunteer of the month/year, most exciting new idea, recognise board attendance etc
  • How - all about impact - to be seen - to be clear about the vision and today’s messages - go away and look at, develop your mind map. Make it your plan for the future of your volunteering - and what you will do for CS
    Volunteers - don’t forget to ask
    - what make a wifm for you will make the same for similar people - but there may be big differences for people not like you - for example young people
    - don’t just go for more of the same - look at your network, ask someone who knows, who can then ask
    -more and different has to be the key - younger, more diverse
    need to support those without experience/skills - may have never sat in a formal meeting before (is it FUN! - does it have a purpose?) - provide induction, coaching, mentoring
    - deliver their WIFMs
    - don’t use experts to stuff envelopes - example
    - think about reward (deliver the WIFMs) eg learning, qualifications, volunteer of the month/year, most exciting new idea, recognise board attendance etc
  • How - all about impact - to be seen - to be clear about the vision and today’s messages - go away and look at, develop your mind map. Make it your plan for the future of your volunteering - and what you will do for CS
    Volunteers - don’t forget to ask
    - what make a wifm for you will make the same for similar people - but there may be big differences for people not like you - for example young people
    - don’t just go for more of the same - look at your network, ask someone who knows, who can then ask
    -more and different has to be the key - younger, more diverse
    need to support those without experience/skills - may have never sat in a formal meeting before (is it FUN! - does it have a purpose?) - provide induction, coaching, mentoring
    - deliver their WIFMs
    - don’t use experts to stuff envelopes - example
    - think about reward (deliver the WIFMs) eg learning, qualifications, volunteer of the month/year, most exciting new idea, recognise board attendance etc
  • How - all about impact - to be seen - to be clear about the vision and today’s messages - go away and look at, develop your mind map. Make it your plan for the future of your volunteering - and what you will do for CS
    Volunteers - don’t forget to ask
    - what make a wifm for you will make the same for similar people - but there may be big differences for people not like you - for example young people
    - don’t just go for more of the same - look at your network, ask someone who knows, who can then ask
    -more and different has to be the key - younger, more diverse
    need to support those without experience/skills - may have never sat in a formal meeting before (is it FUN! - does it have a purpose?) - provide induction, coaching, mentoring
    - deliver their WIFMs
    - don’t use experts to stuff envelopes - example
    - think about reward (deliver the WIFMs) eg learning, qualifications, volunteer of the month/year, most exciting new idea, recognise board attendance etc
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Cs is successful because it delivers ideals - and a vision - that everyone can support: reduced crime, a safer more secure society, engagement with others - especially young people and those in communities most affected by crime: often people who are not like us.
    In many ways is isn’t about telephone lines, and cash rewards, it’s about acting as exemplars in society - for some of you the good Samaritan is a story that doesn’t need to be told. But the key part of that story, the role of the individual in society, the volunteer to ‘do good’, the key is that we all have to be like that, all the time. That, I think, is quite a challenge - but one, that by your volunteering for CS and your presence here today, I think you are all up to.
  • Volunteering and volunteers

    1. 1. Crimestoppers UK Conference 2005, Cardiff Peter D Cox TMPL Consultants www. tmpl-online.co.uk www.peterdcox.me.uk
    2. 2. Making the difference - for me and my community
    3. 3. ? Why volunteer? What’s in it for me? What’s in it for my community? Can I do it better? Can we find more volunteers? How do we lead our Crimestoppers team? how do we make the difference?
    4. 4. Let’s think about it
    5. 5. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers?
    6. 6. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers? What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for me’ (WIFM)?
    7. 7. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers? What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for me’ (WIFM)? How does Crimestoppers benefit from my volunteering?
    8. 8. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers? What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for me’ (WIFM)? How does Crimestoppers benefit from my volunteering?
    9. 9. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers? What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for me’ (WIFM)? How does Crimestoppers benefit from my volunteering?
    10. 10. Let’s think about it What makes me volunteer to work for Crimestoppers? What do I get out of it - ‘What’s in it for me’ (WIFM)? How does Crimestoppers benefit from my volunteering?
    11. 11. Why do people volunteer?
    12. 12. Why do people volunteer? help the less fortunate children, the ill, elderly
    13. 13. Why do people volunteer? help the less fortunate children, the ill, elderly campaign for change environmental pressure group, abolish land-mines
    14. 14. Why do people volunteer? help the less fortunate children, the ill, elderly campaign for change environmental pressure group, abolish land-mines because of WIFMs ....
    15. 15. So, what is in it for me?
    16. 16. So, what is in it for me? friendship,
    17. 17. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community
    18. 18. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community learning new skills
    19. 19. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community learning new skills facing new challenges
    20. 20. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community learning new skills facing new challenges gaining recognition
    21. 21. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community learning new skills facing new challenges gaining recognition enjoying myself
    22. 22. So, what is in it for me? friendship, being part of a community learning new skills facing new challenges gaining recognition enjoying myself ..... making a difference
    23. 23. What’s in it for Crimestoppers? You tell me!
    24. 24. Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    25. 25. I’m in good company .... Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    26. 26. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    27. 27. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    28. 28. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) In 2003 volunteers were worth £42.4 bn Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    29. 29. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) In 2003 volunteers were worth £42.4 bn Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    30. 30. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) In 2003 volunteers were worth £42.4 bn 2001 2003 Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    31. 31. I’m in good company .... More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) In 2003 volunteers were worth £42.4 bn 2001 2003 Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    32. 32. I’m in good company .... People Value £bn More than 20 million in the UK are involved on their community Over 11 million are involved in ‘formal’ volunteering (ie once a month or more) In 2003 volunteers were worth £42.4 bn 2001 2003 Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    33. 33. Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    34. 34. Formal volunteers - like you Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    35. 35. Formal volunteers - like you organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal volunteers) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    36. 36. Formal volunteers - like you organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal volunteers) raise and handle money (54%) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    37. 37. Formal volunteers - like you organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal volunteers) raise and handle money (54%) lead a group or be a member of a committee (40%) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    38. 38. Formal volunteers - like you organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal volunteers) raise and handle money (54%) lead a group or be a member of a committee (40%) give other practical help (32%) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    39. 39. Formal volunteers - like you organise or help run an activity or event (57% of formal volunteers) raise and handle money (54%) lead a group or be a member of a committee (40%) give other practical help (32%) By ethnic group more likely to be white (29% of ethnic group) or black (27%) than Asian (23%) or Chinese/other (17%) Figures from Active Communities report, July 2004
    40. 40. Crimestoppers and volunteers
    41. 41. Crimestoppers and volunteers there are over 600 formal volunteers helping crimestoppers
    42. 42. Crimestoppers and volunteers there are over 600 formal volunteers helping crimestoppers it is led by a Board of Trustees
    43. 43. Crimestoppers and volunteers there are over 600 formal volunteers helping crimestoppers it is led by a Board of Trustees they support and work with a team of managers
    44. 44. Crimestoppers and volunteers there are over 600 formal volunteers helping crimestoppers it is led by a Board of Trustees they support and work with a team of managers In “an alliance to fight crime”
    45. 45. Let’s talk Vision
    46. 46. Let’s talk Vision Think about yourself and Crimestoppers now
    47. 47. Let’s talk Vision Think about yourself and Crimestoppers now Imagine yourself in five years time - what will Crimestoppers be doing then? - and what will you be doing for it?
    48. 48. Let’s talk Vision Think about yourself and Crimestoppers now Imagine yourself in five years time - what will Crimestoppers be doing then? - and what will you be doing for it? Think about it for a while, then get in a huddle (that’s four or five people!) and brainstorm the words
    49. 49. Let’s talk Vision Think about yourself and Crimestoppers now Imagine yourself in five years time - what will Crimestoppers be doing then? - and what will you be doing for it? Think about it for a while, then get in a huddle (that’s four or five people!) and brainstorm the words Then we’ll share ...
    50. 50. VISION
    51. 51. Crimestoppers aims to become the most VISION effective crime-solving tool in the country and to be perceived as such by communities and stakeholders. We will continue to reassure the public by increasing detections, therefore reducing crime and disorder and the fear of crime. We will engage the public in our activities, promoting active citizenship.
    52. 52. Sources - Unesco
    53. 53. Why is volunteerism important? Sources - Unesco
    54. 54. Why is volunteerism important? Volunteers are in themselves good for society Sources - Unesco
    55. 55. Why is volunteerism important? Volunteers are in themselves good for society They are part of our ‘social capital’ Sources - Unesco
    56. 56. Why is volunteerism important? Volunteers are in themselves good for society They are part of our ‘social capital’ Societies rich in social capital have rates of crime lower truancy rates less inter-racial conflict and higher economic growth Sources - Unesco
    57. 57. Let’s identify our communities
    58. 58. Let’s identify our communities Which communities do you belong to?
    59. 59. Let’s identify our communities Which communities do you belong to? How do you engage with each of these communities?
    60. 60. Let’s identify our communities Which communities do you belong to? How do you engage with each of these communities? Why do you belong to these communities?
    61. 61. Let’s identify our communities Which communities do you belong to? How do you engage with each of these communities? Why do you belong to these communities? What leadership roles do you take on in these communities?
    62. 62. Let’s identify our communities Which communities do you belong to? How do you engage with each of these communities? Why do you belong to these communities? What leadership roles do you take on in these communities?
    63. 63. Discuss in pairs
    64. 64. Discuss in pairs What common factors are there in your communities?
    65. 65. Discuss in pairs What common factors are there in your communities? What types of leadership contribute to communities?
    66. 66. Discuss in pairs What common factors are there in your communities? What types of leadership contribute to communities? What matters in community involvement - for Crimestoppers especially?
    67. 67. Doing more of what’s needed
    68. 68. Doing more of what’s needed Maximising impact
    69. 69. Doing more of what’s needed Maximising impact Maximising volunteers more of the same more of different
    70. 70. Doing more of what’s needed Maximising impact Maximising volunteers more of the same more of different Managing what we’ve got The right people for the right jobs Reward for volunteers
    71. 71. The virtue of volunteering
    72. 72. The virtue of volunteering We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time
    73. 73. The virtue of volunteering We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time It gives us social context, allows us to exercise our competence and makes us feel useful
    74. 74. The virtue of volunteering We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time It gives us social context, allows us to exercise our competence and makes us feel useful We need to be asked, to feel needed, to be rewarded for our efforts
    75. 75. The virtue of volunteering We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time It gives us social context, allows us to exercise our competence and makes us feel useful We need to be asked, to feel needed, to be rewarded for our efforts Most of us need to be led - some lead too
    76. 76. The virtue of volunteering We satisfy ideological reasons and fill our time It gives us social context, allows us to exercise our competence and makes us feel useful We need to be asked, to feel needed, to be rewarded for our efforts Most of us need to be led - some lead too We must share the vision, and enjoy the ride!
    77. 77. Enjoy Cardiff Go - make a difference
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