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Criminal Damage Art Award Winners

PCC Barry Coppinger invited primary and secondary school children from across Cleveland to enter a competition to create artwork illustrating the impact criminal damage has on their community.

We received entries ranging from posters, social media, video and radio adverts – all containing the central message “Criminal Damage, What’s it Worth?!"

The artistic and community-minded youngsters were guests of honour at a special awards ceremony hosted by Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger on Wednesday 23rd November. He was joined by Neighbourhood Superintendent John Lyons, who helped hand out the awards.




The Winners



Overall Winner and 1st Place Primary School Winner:
Ella Thwaites from New Marske Primary School


1st place Primary winner Ella Thwaites 
                                     Supt John Lyons, Ella Thwaites and PCC Barry Coppinger



2nd Place Primary School Winner:
Harriet Stannard from New Marske Primary School


Supt John Lyons, Harriet Stannard and PCC Barry Coppinger2nd place Primary winner Harriet Stannard


1st Place Secondary School Winner:
Katie Trainer from Thornaby Academy


1st place Secondary winner Katie TrainerSupt John Lyons, Katie Trainer and PCC Barry Coppinger


2nd place Secondary School Winner: 
Millie Shaw from Thornaby Academy


 2nd place Secondary winner Millie ShawSupt John Lyons, Millie Shaw and PCC Barry Coppinger


1st Place Multimedia Category:
Glebe Primary School


 Children from Glebe Primary School, Supt John Lyons and PCC Barry Coppinger




2nd Place Multimedia Category:
Jacob Trotter from Holy Rosary Primary School


John Lyons, Jacob Trotter and PCC Barry Coppinger




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