Community Trigger

Youth Violence

 


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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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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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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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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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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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