Cash Back Program Gives $40K To StreetSafe

September 13, 2016

Yesterday [Sept 12] afternoon, Minister of National Security Jeffrey Baron presented a cheque for $40,000 to Team StreetSafe as part of the Cash Back for Communities programme.

Team StreetSafe provides direct intervention with those young people involved in the gang lifestyle and anti social behaviour, connecting them with services including education, apprenticeships and employment.

Minister Baron is joined by Kim Jackson, Gina Ingham and Gina Spence:

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In making the $40,000 cheque presentation to support the work of Team StreetSafe, Minister Baron said, “We are determined to invest in Bermuda’s young people. Too often we write off those young adults who may have made poor lifestyle choices.

“If Bermuda is to succeed we need all of our citizens engaged and productive. Team StreetSafe meets these young men and women where they are and works incredibly hard provide them with the tools to make positive choices.”

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A spokesperson said, “Cash Back for Communities is made possible through the Confiscated Assets or proceeds of crime initiative, where seized funds are given back to worthy organisations who are doing good works in the community.

“Yesterday’s presentation took place at the Department of Youth and Sport’s Community Centre on Angle Street.”

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  1. Lois Frederick says:

    Love the cash back program, must be up to around $500,000 in total I think by now and the colours in the photos really pop!

  2. That’s nice, how about tackling the problem from the root, the cause of gangs and anti- social behavior is drugs, guns which seem to be getting in our island pretty easy and de small guy gets de short end of de stick.
    So you educate these young people, train them and then tell them they have no experience, this problem has been created over decades of negligence to Bermudians and almost every position that is open is given to an ex-pat and you expect to throw a bone and expect de problem to go away !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Rumsoak says:

      We get it , bad white man , slavery , we demand reparations . You are so boring man , drink a forty and lie down .

    • What About You? says:

      You seem to always have all the answers for everything out there, Onion Juice. What have you done about it? You are part of the problem, me, me, me, I , I, I, gimme, gimmee, complain, complain….and do nothing.

      Who have you mentored, hired, trained and helped? Are you a part of an outreach program? Where do you volunteer?

      Imagine how much you could do, if instead of complaining about everything every day, you actually took a few hours each day and gave back to the community…and by community I don’t mean the BIU or PLP that you constantly sing the praises of!

      • I’m only doing what U.B.P. supporters were doing when P.L.P. were in.
        Glass House Syndrome.
        LMFAO

      • smh says:

        Onion Juice, you ARE the problem. And there is not a day that goes by that goes by that you don’t prove that to everyone.

  3. Terry says:

    Gangs were encouraged not by design by the years of Beyoncé and fast ferries and bullsheet.

    Not even worth discussing these issues with you Onion.

    At this stage; not worth it.
    Shalom.