Apparently the measures are to reduce youth crime. ======================== From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English kick something into touch[entry]
British English informal to stop a plan or project before it is completed A hitch resulted in the deal being kicked firmly into touch. → kick
Examples from the Corpus kick something into touch• He would always kick it back into play whereas Lukic, more often than not, would kick it into touch.• When a penalty is kicked directly into touch the same team will have the throw-in.
One of the BE definitions of the noun "touch" is "the area outside the touchlines, beyond which the ball is out of play".
So if you are playing soccer, and a player kicks the ball completely off the field (stopping the game),
- a BE speaker says "he kicked the ball into touch"
- an AE speaker says "he kicked the ball out of bounds"
The billboard is using a metaphor: you are a soccer player, and should "kick crime out of the game".