Since 2017, Wicketz Luton project has become the largest Wicketz early intervention programme in the United Kingdom. The project lead has used the S.T.R.E.E.T.S framework and has attracted over 380 families from 30 ethnicities resulting in stronger relationships and strengthened bonds with BAME communities. With hubs in 9 locations across Luton, all individuals ages 6-24, benefit from the framework which not only prevents portions of communities from criminal activity it also prevents participants from becoming NEETs. (Not in Education, Employment, or Training). As Luton is a town with high Violence and Exploitation, the programme prevents youth from getting drawn into activities and crimes which are often precursors to becoming embroiled in serious crime too.