Some 300 students in the province of Colón say no to gangs, through the Great


This program is aimed at fifth and sixth grade students at the elementary level, its objective is to prevent juvenile crime, violence.

Some 300 students in the province of Colón say no to gangs, through the Great

Children between 10 and 12 years old are part of this initiative. Photo: Courtesy

A total of 300 students from the Manuel Urbano Ayarza General Basic Education Center received their certificate of completion of the GREAT Program, whose acronym in Spanish means Education and Training for Gang Resistance.

This program is aimed at fifth and sixth grade students at the primary level, its objective is to prevent juvenile crime, violence and prevent young people from getting involved in gangs, thus developing a positive work between the Police, the family and our youth.

Commissioner Víctor Méndez, chief of the Colón Police Zone, pointed out that with this program, young people will reinforce their values ​​and know how to say No to gangs.

It is important to highlight that this GREAT program lasts one month and two weeks, during which time the young people receive talks on different topics, such as the reality of getting involved in gangs and its consequences, among other preventive topics.

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