Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1987 (September) Guiding magazine - Guide Crime Prevention badge introduced.

1987 Guide Badge Book Amendments - Crime Prevention Badge


1) a) Obtain and read a leaflet on household security from your local police or insurance company and explain to the tester how a householder can make a house secure.

b) Explain how neighbours can help to protect your home from burglary.  Find out how a 'Neighbourhood Watch' scheme works.

2) Know what steps car drivers should take to keep their parked cars and the contents secure.

3) In connection with callers at the door, explain:

a) The use of a door viewer and door chain.

b) Why it might be dangerous for an elderly person to leave the door chain on all the time.

c) Ways in which you can make sure whether or not an official (e.g. meter reader) or salesman is genuine.

4) Tell the tester:

a) What advice parents should give to children about talking to strangers.

b) What children must tell their parents if going out alone or with other children.

5) Design a poster warning children of 'stranger danger'.

6) Explain the property marking schemes which use the post code; what is meant by visible and invisible marking and how they are achieved.  Take to the test samples of property which are suitable for visible and invisible marking.

7) Tell the tester what a Crime Prevention Panel is and what it tries to achieve.  Give some examples of projects that it could undertake.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Crime Prevention Badge


1) a) Obtain and read a leaflet on household security from your local police or insurance company and explain to the tester how a householder can make a house secure.

b) Explain how neighbours can help to protect your home from burglary.  Find out how a 'Neighbourhood Watch' scheme works.

2) Know what steps car drivers should take to keep their parked cars and the contents secure.

3) In connection with callers at the door, explain:

a) The use of a door viewer and door chain.

b) Why it might be dangerous for an elderly person to leave the door chain on all the time.

c) Ways in which you can make sure whether or not an official (e.g. meter reader) or salesman is genuine.

4) Tell the tester:

a) What advice parents should give to children about talking to strangers.

b) What children must tell their parents if going out alone or with other children.

5) Design a poster warning children of 'stranger danger'.

6) Explain the property marking schemes which use the post code; what is meant by visible and invisible marking and how they are achieved.  Take to the test samples of property which are suitable for visible and invisible marking.

7) Tell the tester what a Crime Prevention Panel is and what it tries to achieve.  Give some examples of projects that it could undertake.

1991 Guide Badge Book - Crime Prevention Badge


1) Obtain and read a leaflet on household security from your local police or insurance company.  Explain to the tester how a householder can make his or her house secure.

Explain how neighbours can help to protect your home from burglary.  Find out how a Neighbourhood Watch scheme works.

2) Know how car drivers can keep their parked cars and their contents secure.

3) In connection with callers at the door, explain:

a) The use of a door viewer and a door chain.

b) Why it might be dangerous for an elderly person to leave the door chain on all the time.

c) how you can make sure whether or not an official (such as a meter reader) or a salesman is genuine.

4) Tell the tester:

a) What advice parents should give to children about talking to strangers.

b) What children must tell their parents if going out alone or with other children.

5) Design a poster warning children of 'stranger danger'.

6) a) explain the property marking schemes which use the post code

b) know what is meant by visible and invisible marking and how they are achieved

c) take samples of property to the test which are suitable for visible and invisible marking.

7) Tell the tester what a Crime Prevention Panel is and what it tries to achieve.  Suggest some projects that it could undertake.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Crime Prevention Badge

1) Obtain and read a leaflet on household security from your local police or an insurance company.  Explain to the tester how a householder can make his or her house secure.
Explain how neighbours can help to protect your home from a burglary.  Find out how a Neighbourhood Watch scheme works.
2) Know how car drivers can keep their parked cars and their contents secure.
3) In connection with callers at the door, explain:
a) the use of a door viewer and a door chain
b) why it might be dangerous for an elderly person to leave the door chain on all the time
c) how you can make sure whether or not an official (such as a meter reader) or a salesman is genuine.
4) Tell the tester:
a) what advice parents should give to children about talking to strangers
b) what children must tell their parents when they are going out alone or with other children.
5) Design a poster to demonstrate any aspect of crime prevention.
6) do the following:
a) explain the property marking schemes which use the post code
b) know what is meant by visible and invisible marking and how they are achieved.
c) take to the test samples of property which are suitable for visible and invisible marking.
7) Tell the tester what a Crime Prevention Panel is and what it tries to achieve.  Suggest some projects that it could undertake.
8) Explain to the tester what personal safety precautions you should take:
a) when walking alone along a street
b) if approached by a stranger in a car
c) if you think you are being followed.
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