Hope in Tottenham opens door at Park View School for MPS Taskforce Commander’s visit

With Hope in Tottenham’s assistance, Chief Superintendent Karen Findlay, visited Park View School (PVS) on November 2nd. CS Findlay heads operations at the Taskforce, the Metropolitan Police’s first response unit, frequently called upon to attend to numerous issues such as major public order and counter-terrorism incidents, and, on occasion, situations involving Chemical, Biological, Radiological andRead more

Hope in Tottenham facilitates ‘enjoyable’ Police Engagement Program with Grieg City Academy students

After four months of negotiations, Hope in Tottenham’s Police Engagement Program has facilitated its first major session between Grieg City Academy and TSG officers. Consistent with our pledge to improve community relations between the public and police, this session took place with the Academy’s Year 10 students and Territorial Support Group Officers from The MetropolitanRead more

Hope in Tottenham’s mentorship programme moves online

This summer, in preparation for the return of our Autumn mentoring programme, Hope in Tottenham has moved its mentor training online.  After a morning lead by John Brooker, an expert at Solution Focus, HiT is proud to announce the latest class of newly trained mentors are ready to put their skills to use.  John’s trainingRead more

Hope in Tottenham’s counselling project expands for September

Hope in Tottenham is proud to announce the expansion of the HiT counselling project starting in September. Thanks to a grant from the Haringey NHS CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group), we have been able to secure six more days per week of provision free at the point of delivery for three primary and three secondary TottenhamRead more

Hope in Tottenham agrees police engagement programmes with Borough Commander

Deteriorating relationships between the community and police are unacceptable. In response, a series of discussions has been brokered between Tottenham’s teens and the Metropolitan Police Service.  Following the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter demonstrations and other protest movements in conjunction with recent Haringey related policing incidents, it is becoming clear that current tensionsRead more