I was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2013 and travelled to the USA to learn about their Youth Criminal Justice system; specifically about their Teen/ Peer/ Youth Court programmes. Becoming a Churchill Fellow has really changed my life and has empowered me to learn something new to hopefully make a difference to the communities I serve. The staff and other Churchill Fellows are some of the most amazing and nicest people I know and I am really honoured to be part of Sir Winston’s legacy and will encourage anyone to apply to be apart of it too!
Earlier this month, as 150 UK citizens rejoiced in the news they had become part of an esteemed and diverse family of Churchill Fellows, I was reflecting on the fifth...
Police Constable Mark Walsh’s Fellowship investigated the US youth criminal justice system.