RESPECT programme

RESPECT comprises three different elements:


  • Primary RESPECT

  • On the Streets led by Halton Youth Service


A 9 week programme for 13-16 year olds run by staff from the Fire and Rescue Service, with occasional help from Cheshire Police employees

The programme aims to build the young people's self esteem, team working skills and improve their behaviour.

Please contact the prevention department on 01606 868700 and speak to Chris Mitchell.



Primary RESPECT is a 6 week programme for 9 - 11 year olds. The programme aims to boost the children's confidence and self esteem.

After the course has completed, the young people's achievements are celebrated in an assembly.

Pupils take part in activities such as hose running, 'blind' trails, quizzes and roll call.

Find out more about Primary Respect 

On the streets

The On The Streets programme is for 13 to 19 year olds who live in Halton. The main focus is on taking part in activities and achieving accredited outcomes.

While this greater participation in youth service and community activities may lead to a reduction in anti-social behaviour, hoax calls, small deliberate fires, and school exclusions, these are not explicit objectives of the project.

Find out more about On the streets

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