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Latest news updates

— Nov 26, 2013

Worrying rise in young people performing violent sex offenses

In the news today they spoke about an ‘increase in young people perpetrating sexually violent offenses against one and other’.

— Nov 13, 2013

LINX receives CAT MARK Award

We are proud to announce that last night we received our CAT MARK Award at the Youth Clubs Hampshire and IOW (YCHIOW) Celebration & Awards Evening.

— Sep 24, 2013

Positive feedback from a young person involved with LINX

See what professionals and young people say about LINX.

— Aug 21, 2013

LINX awarded CAT Mark Award

Our LINX Programme has just been awarded the CAT Mark Award status which is a mark of quality awarded by young people, for any organisations providing services to young people. Well done to Jenna and the LINX team for all your hard work.

— Jun 24, 2013

Linx Schools Franchise Launched

The Hampton Trust are now offering schools the opportunity to have the LINX.

— Oct 31, 2012

LINX Receives National Award

The LINX programme has recently been awarded a National Award from the Howard League For Penal Reform

— May 5, 2011

Breaking the Cycles of Violence

A dissertation submitted by Leah Arnold, Southampton University Student.

— Feb 16, 2010

Let's Hear It For The Girls

A case study evaluation of the LINX Programme undertaken by Caroline Andow, Southampton University Research Student.

— Mar 5, 2009

LINX Programme on the BBC

— Mar 1, 2009

Our LINX Programme helps to reduce girl crime in Hampshire.

Our LINX Programme helps to reduce girl crime in Hampshire. More than one in six young people in England and Wales have been involved in a "happy slapping" attack, a survey suggests. Figures from the Youth Justice Board also found there has been a rise in the number of offences committed by girls. Sue Littlemore reports.