Nurul Ullah
Nurul is a very passionate and strong believer in crime reduction and community safety. He is the Founder and Director of the Shaddywood Crime Reduction Project, a very successful, innovative and reputable crime reduction project in London. He is a specialist in youth crime reduction and has extensive knowledge and experience in the field. He has initiated and managed several highly successful crime reduction and community safety projects for Da'watul Islam UK & Eire, including the Metropolitan Police Service-Pathfinder Community Engagement Programme. Nurul is a leading and proactive crime reduction officer in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and sits in several strategic crime reduction and community safety committees including the Tower Hamlets Police & Community Safety Board and the Shadwell Police Ward Panel. Nurul regularly attends crime reduction conferences as a Keynote speaker. .

Muhbub Hussain
has over 15 years experience of working with 'hard-to-reach' young people - helping to bring positive change in hundreds of young peoples' lives. He has a magnetic personality and can very quickly bond with young people. Mahbub has worked as a youth worker for many years in youth clubs where the majority of participants held racist views. He not only survived but rather excelled in changing dozens of participants racist views while gaining respect and popularity within these youth clubs. Muhbub has unique ways of communicating with young people and a very strong character easily makes him stand out. His ability of being a powerful and eloquent speaker makes him ideal in youth engagement.

Philip Gospage
A former police officer in the MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) with over 30 years of service. He was one of the first Sergeant in Tower Hamlets SNT (Safer Neighbourhood Team) and worked for the Shadwell Safer Neighborhood Team where he was very popular and highly successful in building relationships and partnerships with a wide number of organisations and community groups including faith based voluntary organisations. Philip retired from the police services in 2007 and now works in the Tower Hamlets Community Safety Service. Philip has an exceptional ability to engage and communicate with young people and took a leading role on discussion workshops for the Shaddywood Project.

Shabul Miah
Has worked in the youth service sector for over a decade. He is currently a lead youth worker for a number of youth clubs in Tower Hamlets. Shabul is highly respected, admired and a popular youth worker amongst the participants of the clubs he serves.