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Monday 02 December 2013

Free LGBT Domestic violence training

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The training will cover the dynamics and prevalence of same sex domestic violence including the same sex power and control wheel, associated risk factors, LGBT-specific tactics of power and control, safety planning and an exploration of homophobia and heterosexism. To enable participants to identify and support victims/survivors of Domestic violence/abuse who

Sunday 01 December 2013

Stand Up Shout Out Advent Calendar!

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Over the Winter period, Birmingham Community Safety Partnership, with its partner agencies, are re-launching a series campaigns to raise awareness around all elements of domestic violence and abuse. This includes “Stand Up Shout Out – Domestic Abuse No Excuse” with a key message to domestic abusers that nobody should tolerate excuses for domestic abuse whether

Friday 29 November 2013

Important Changes to Non-Emergency Call Handling

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From the end of November 2013, West Midlands Police will deal with all non-emergency 101 calls at two new contact centres, at police HQ Lloyd House in Birmingham and West Bromwich Police Station When West Midlands Police currently receives calls via 101, the initial contact officer acts as a switchboard and passes the call

Monday 18 November 2013

First Night

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This week sees the start of Birmingham’s annual ‘First Night’ campaign which seeks, over the Christmas and New Year period, to raise awareness about domestic abuse and domestic violence and collect donations to support those women and families who have had to leave their homes and seek refuge in the city. For many people, Christmas

Friday 25 October 2013

Neighbourhood Watch Summit

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A message from Bob Jones, WM Police and Crime Commissioner: As Police and Crime Commissioner I am committed to putting the community in charge of policing, with local people setting priorities and the police answerable to them. Key to this is consultation and engagement with communities. I am therefore pleased to invite you to

Tuesday 16 July 2013

whatsonsouthbrum.com

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What’s on South Brum is a website that is designed to let young people, parents and those working with young people know what is happening and what provision, activities and centres are available across the whole south Birmingham area! The site provides information about all the different providers, places, opportunities for funding and

Friday 12 July 2013

SAAUM presents the Eid Gift Campaign

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Following the great success of its previous two Eid Gift Campaigns; SAAUM has now been inspired to launch its third campaign, this time focusing on homeless women and children. Eid is a special time for Muslims as it marks the culmination of a month long fasting. It is a time of great joy

Thursday 16 May 2013

Victims Commission Consultation

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This consultation is about the future of support for victims of crime, after funding transfers to the Police and Crime Commissioner in April 2014. The Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands, Bob Jones, held his first Victims Summit on Friday 11 January 2013 in Birmingham and the theme was “victims

Friday 10 May 2013

National Probation Volunteer Conference

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16 May 2013 @ Jurys Inn Hotel, 245 Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2HQ Over 100 probation volunteers will attend a conference at the Jury’s Inn Hotel in Birmingham on Thursday 16th May. Probation volunteers assist offenders by supporting and encouraging them to comply with, and complete their Community Sentence, under the direction of

Wednesday 08 May 2013

Drinking Ban Extended by Courts

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Birmingham Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) has successfully secured an extension of a landmark injunction, to help tackle the nuisance behaviour caused by beggars and drinkers in Moseley Village. The Safer Communities Team secured an extension to the current order that was originally due to expire on 22 June 2013, which has now been successfully

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