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  • 1. Working in Partnership: libraries and youth agencies Plymouth Libraries & Plymouth Youth Offending Prevention Service Emma Sherriff, Outreach Support Officer Jo Batten, Senior Youth Worker
  • 2. Who are the Youth Offending Prevention Service?
  • 3. Library Outreach Support Officer
  • 4. How it all began…
  • 5. Aims of the SIP
  • 6. Literacy with a twist programme
  • 7.  
  • 8. Summer workshops
  • 9. HeadSpace film project HeadSpace 15 to 18 group worked with Plymouth City Council’s Youth Offending Prevention Team to create a short film entry for the Public Library Building Awards 2009. The project took place over six weeks at HeadSpace and involved shooting a typical session in the library. Jo Batten planned, developed and helped edit the film with the group. http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/homepage/leisureandtourism/libraries/cyp/youngpeople/headspace.htm
  • 10. Youth Intervention at HeadSpace
  • 11. Tips for creating a successful partnership
  • 12. What do youth agencies want from librarians?
  • 13. What do librarians need from youth agencies?
  • 14. What makes a good partnership?
  • 15. Any questions?
    • Contact details:
    • Emma Sherriff – Plymouth Libraries
    • [email_address]
    • Jo Batten – Plymouth Youth Offending Prevention Service
    • [email_address]