For this annual course, Hong Kong Outreach has co-organized the "Breakthrough Operation" with the Hong Kong Police Force for more than ten years, aiming to help young people at risk get back on track.
In this course, dozens of young offenders (all currently in custody) were selected to participate in a specially designed eight-day "Breakthrough Operation" outreach training course. When wandering on the street in the past, these young people thought that joining the triad was the only way to find a test and fight against adversity. The course then takes these boys into a strange environment, asking them to overcome the environment-barren mountains and mountains. With the close support of outreach tutors and police tutors, these trainees learn to cope with challenges on their own or with the help of their peers, as well as teamwork.
This project started in Tuen Mun about a few decades ago. The purpose is to help the "marginal youths" on the streets to return to the right path, so that they can know what they are doing and what they are doing. The Breakthrough Project has achieved remarkable results in preventing juvenile crime in Tuen Mun, so it has been promoted at the regional level. Currently, members of the Breakthrough Project come from the entire New Territories North Region.