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BRAVE Evaluation Report

The Birmingham Residential Anti‐Social Behaviour Victim Empowerment Project (BRAVE) is a service that aims to support victims of anti‐social behaviour who live in the Birmingham area. This report looks at how effective the project has been.
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Alcohol Strategy

An overall vision has been agreed by partner organisations which will focus alcohol work in the city.
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The Purple Guide

Birmingham city centre is accredited with 'purple flag' status meaning that it is nationally recognised as a clean, safe and vibrant city to go out in. This guide provides practical information and crime prevention advice to help keep people safe while they are out an about in the city centre.
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United Streets of Birmingham Leaflet

This crime prevention leaflet provides tips on keeping yourself, your home and family safe. Use the tips and share with your family and friends.
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BCSP Annual Report - 2012/13

The past 12 months has seen a radical change in the community safety landscape with the introduction of West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner and huge reduction in budgets. Despite these changes the Partnership has worked with partner agencies to respond to these changes and continue to tackle crime & ASB in the city. This report provides an outline of the Partnerhip's activity and progress against priorities for 2012/13.
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Victims Charter

If you are a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour, you should contact West Midlands Police. Telephone 999 or call 101 for non-emergencies and enquiries. Please share and distribute this information amongst your friends and family.
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EGYV Review

This report supplements findings presented in the Ending Gang and Youth Violence Annual Report 2013. The original Ending Gang and Youth Violence report was published in November 2011 following the riots earlier in the summer. The subsequent programme re-prioritised £10 million of Home Office Funding for 29 areas identified as facing the biggest challenges in relation to youth violence and gangs to help these areas build their capacity to respond effectively to their particular local issues. These areas were also provided wider support and a peer review (which set out local strengths and recommendations for action). This report provides an overview on what happened in the 29 areas during the 2012-13 programme period, and how the programme performed.
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BCSP Summary of the BRAVE Report

This report provides a summary of the BRAVE Evaluation Report produced by the Centre of Public Innovation
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BCSP Annual Report - 2011/12

This report provides an outline of community safety activity during 2011/12.
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Stand Up Shout Out - Poster

Birmingham Community Safety Partnership has launched a new domestic abuse campaign, following International Women’s Day (8 March 2013) with a key message to domestic abusers that nobody should tolerate excuses for domestic abuse whether they are friends, family, local communities or local services. Victims should not, and will not, have to face this alone and they are calling on everyone to stand up against abuse and find out how to help.
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Think 101 - Information for Parents and Carers

Gang violence is a problem which affects and can sometimes devastate the lives of gang members. An important area of activity for the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership is tackling gang related violence and its impact on the community.
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Integrated Community Safety Tasking

This document explains the framework for Integrated Community Safety Tasking in Birmingham and has been drawn up following consultation with practitioners and key stakeholders, and reflects the needs across Birmingham. It provides a way for partner agencies to work together to respond and engage with people on matters that affect them locally.
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Stand Up Shout Out - Leaflet

Birmingham Community Safety Partnership has launched a new domestic abuse campaign, following International Women’s Day (8 March 2013) with a key message to domestic abusers that nobody should tolerate excuses for domestic abuse whether they are friends, family, local communities or local services. Victims should not, and will not, have to face this alone and they are calling on everyone to stand up against abuse and find out how to help.
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Think 101 - Information for Young People

Gang violence is a problem which affects and can sometimes devastate the lives of gang members. An important area of activity for the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership is tackling gang related violence and its impact on the community.
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BCSP Annual Report 2014-15

This report provides an outline of community safety activity during 2014/15.
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Birmingham Violence Against Women Strategy 2013-15

Violence against women has far reaching consequences throughout families, schools, workplaces and communities, often devastating the lives of those affected. Violence and abuse against women is highly effective as a strategy for control: women’s routine decision making is organised around personal safety; and women of all ages spend their lives avoiding and minimising the risk of rape and other forms of violence, restricting their ability to fully participate in society. In response, this is Birmingham’s first integrated Violence Against Women Strategy. It sets out the priorities for Birmingham Violence Against Women Board and its signatories in tackling violence against women and children over the next three years.
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EGYV Peer Review

As part of the Home Office Ending Gang and Youth Violence (EGYV) initiative, 29 areas have initially been identified and subsequently invited to participate in a programme of guided reviews designed to assist them with ensuring their partnerships have effective structures and responses in place to contribute to the shared aim of Ending Gang and Youth Violence.
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Research into hoarding

BCSP commissioned this research to gain a thorough understanding of the problem of hoarding in Birmingham, with the intention of devising a comprehensive strategy to address the problem in an informed and responsive manner.
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Youth Justice Strategic Plan 2014

There is a statutory requirement in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, Section 40, for every local authority, after consultation with the partner agencies, to formulate and implement an annual youth justice plan.
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Hoarding: Summary of Findings

BCSP have produced a summary of the findings of the report produced by RRR Consultancy Limited
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