Tresham help to fight crime in Kettering town centre
Students at Tresham have done their bit to help fight crime in Kettering town centre by designing logo’s to warn shoplifters that they are being watched. PCSO David Hosie approached Tresham to help design the logo as he believes it is important to get the community involved in the Kettering Retail Crime Initiative.
Colleagues of PCSO Hosie helped to choose the design by Chanelle Andrews. Chanelle wanted criminals to know that they were being watched. She decided on her final design after doing some research and realising there wasn’t anything similar out there. Her design can be seen at the top of this page.
PCSO Hosie talks about the exceptional standard of designs and how they decided on a winner:
“All of the designs were exceptional, it was a genuinely hard decision to make but the winning one did stand out, it is very eye catching.”
Tresham offers activities like these to their students as it gives students the chance to work with clients and it gives them the skills and knowledge they need when they go into future employment. Maria Delves a graphics lecturer at Tresham was interviewed by the Northants Telegraph about the logo design competition at Tresham. The interview can be found here: http://bit.ly/11t8XyQ .Back to news