I want young people to choose a positive future regardless of their upbringing.
I want to inspire people to choose education over crime.
I spent 483 days in jail and want to stop others from making similar mistakes.
I want young people to stay away from a life of crime
I want people to understand there is more to life than gang culture.
I want to discourage young people from joyriding.
Knife crime is the top concern for young people, so we've made a film about the dangers.
I want young people to understand the consequences of criminal convictions.
I want people to see how close to home sex trafficking can be.
We want to show young people the impact of behaving anti-socially.
I want to support the partners of people in prison and help them better understand the criminal...
After my friend was stabbed, I want others to think twice before carrying a knife.
I want to help prevent knife crime following the death of my cousin.
We want young people to consider the impact their life decisions can have.
I want young people to resist peer pressure
I'm encouraging kids in my community to follow positive paths and steer clear of crime.
I'm campaigning for better support for young reoffenders to break their cycle of crime.
Maye and Sheraye
We want to get young people to put down the guns and knives.
I'd been in trouble all my life, but now I help discourage others from offending.
We want young people to be mindful of cybercrime.
I want to empower young people to make their own decisions in life.
I grew up surrounded by gangs, and now I'm challenging people's beliefs about them.
I want to help people find a path out of gang life.
I want to show young people that criminal actions have consequences.
My aim is to give youngsters more opportunities to do something useful.
I want young people to make positive life choices.
I want to make young people aware of the consequences of carrying a knife.
My life was a mess, talking to people who cared helped me turn my life around.
I want young people know the consequences of a criminal record.
Tasha & Kemi
We're sisters who turned our lives around after jail.
I want to warn young people not to be taken in and get involved in fraud
After my brother was killed in an attack, I decided to campaign to stop knife crime.
I want to show the dangers of joy riding
I want to show young people the dangers of knives and guns.
I put drink, drugs and getting into trouble behind me, when I found a sport I love.
I want to stop others making bad choices after I ended up in prison.
I want to stop ex-offenders from being marginalised.
We want to show that not all young people in our area are anti-social.
I want to help stop human trafficking by encouraging people to report it.
I want to help victims of crime find comfort through conversation.
I've made a music video telling I left a life of crime behind
I'm warning of violence caused by drink after my brother was killed in a drunken attack.
I want to show young people the consequences of crime.
My team and I want young ex-offenders to be given a second chance.
Jack and Pierre
We want to educate young people on the dangers of knife fights.
I want to educate students about home security to help prevent burglaries.
I want to show the effect gang life has on families
I want young people to steer clear of crime.
I lost a friend to a knife attack, and I want to make sure no one has to suffer the same.
I want young people to think twice about what they share electronically.
I'm inspiring young people to stay away from gangs.
I want young people to understand the joint enterprise law.
I'm making a CD to give prisoners an idea of the effects their crimes have on family.
I want to give hope to vulnerable women who've been trafficked to the UK for sex.
Click on the Fixers to find out more about their campaigns on this issue. Scroll left or right to see more.
Crime is harmful not only to an individual but also to their community. It can affect everybody – physically and emotionally damaging the victim, and having a detrimental impact on the future of the offender.
The Fixers on this page are sharing their stories to discourage other young people from participating in criminal activity. Committing offences can have lifelong repercussions for everyone involved, which some Fixers have experienced themselves.
Whether it’s to do with carrying knives, criminal records or gang-related issues, their campaigns show the importance of breaking the cycle of crime and leading a life on the straight and narrow.
See everything that Fixers have created on this issue by clicking on the icons to the right for completed campaign resources, news stories and our Youtube channel!
Want a sneak peak? Watch the films below, which are just two examples of the many Fixers campaigns that are making a difference.
London Fixer, Temi Mwale (17) is challenging what she feels are the misconceptions surrounding the 'type' of people that become mixed up in gangs. Click here to find out more.
Sheffield Fixer Leanne Dodson, 24, worked with Fixers making this film highlighting the terrible plight of women being trafficked into the UK.Click here to find out more.
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Free support website for victims of crime in England and Wales.
A leading independent national charity tackling crime across the UK.
Information on crime across the UK from the Home Office.
A list of ex-offender support services is provided on the Prince's Trust website, a youth charity that helps change young lives.