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The Content – 10 marks

The poster is complete


Design a poster or leaflet
The suggestions are sensible and
that advises people on realistic.
how to reduce their The work shows evidence of
chances of becoming a knowledge from both lessons and
victim of crime. outside school.
The Reasons – 10 marks
Hints & Tips… think about… You have included reasons.
When out and about Reasons are sensible and think of
At home – if you are in or others.
out Includes examples.
When travelling The Presentation – 10 marks
Clear to read.
Good use of colour and layout.
Spelling and grammar is accurate.
The Content – 10 marks
The poster is complete
The suggestions are sensible and realistic.
The work shows evidence of knowledge from both lessons and
outside school.
The Reasons – 10 marks
You have included reasons.
Reasons are sensible and think of others.
Includes examples.

The Presentation – 10 marks


Clear to read.
Good use of colour and layout.
Spelling and grammar is accurate.

Lesson Objectives: Compare crime in our borough with crime nationally. Be assessed
on ideas of how to prevent crime in your local area
Assessment for learning
What have I learnt in this module?
You have been given two cards, one red and
one green. I am going to read out a series of
statements.

If you know what I am talking about hold up the


green card.

If you don’t know what I am talking about hold


up the red card so we can quickly go through it!

I’ll tell you when to vote. Don’t put up the cards


until I ask!
Crime

Letting a firework off in the street is a crime.

A police officer cannot stop you and ask for


your name and address unless he or she
thinks you have committed a crime

If you are questioned by the police, you have


the right to remain silent

Young people cannot be interviewed by the


police unless an adult is present
Court
A court is where people who commit
crime are punished

The court where the most serious


crimes are punished is the crown
court.

There are 12 people on a Jury.

A good Judge is fair, firm and wise.


Being punished

Punishments for crimes can be in


the form of going to prison, a fine,
community service and a
conditional discharge.

A judge can consider the criminals


circumstances before sentencing
them

There are around 78,000 prisoners


Experiences of crime

Crime can be prevented by having


more police, more CCTV and working
together to report it.

Anti social behaviour is behaviour that


bothers and upsets other people

A common tool to prevent anti social


behaviour is an anti social behaviour
order.
Crime in Hounslow

Crime is going down in Hounslow

Crime in Hounslow is higher than


the national average, but getting
closer to it as time goes by.
On your module sheets, fill in the box
titled ‘What have I learnt’, writing in
what you have learnt about in the last
few weeks.

For example, you could start with:

I know that a Judge ...............

Try and write three sentences.


On your module sheets, fill in the box
titled ‘What do I need to do next?’
In this box you need to think about how
you can improve in the future.
For example, you could say:
I need to complete tasks properly.
I need to contribute more in class.
Look at the comments made by the
teacher in your books to help you.
Try and write three sentences.
Key word pass the parcel!