Our latest blog by Annabelle Goodenough of Crimestoppers marks our support for their latest campaign to tackle violence and the importance of community-led intelligence.
Our latest blog is guest authored by Annabelle Goodenough of Crimestoppers, as we support their latest campaign “Silence won’t stop violence”, urging people to speak out against crime and and violence.
A new VRU Community & Voluntary Sector Board has been formed to improve the way the VRU works with the range of local community, voluntary sector and faith-based organisations, young people and diverse communities.
The National Youth Agency Safeguarding and Risk Management Hub (The Hub) is a freely accessible online resource providing guidance, support, advice and access to training resources in relation to safeguarding and risk management for organisations and individuals working with young people.
The RAW Navigator Scheme offers children intensive one to one mentoring by a social worker to encourage and arrange positive alternative activities and access to additional support.
PC Ben is the latest recruit in schools engagement.
A Violence Reduction Network (VRN) is a multi-agency forum and action group committed to reducing violence in our local community. The primary aim is to establish a series of trauma informed schools within the network to act as the corner stone for further problem solving activity in the area. The network will share good practice, identify common problems and design local solutions.
Additional £735,000 funding announced to tackle serious violence across the Thames Valley
On Wednesday 28th April 2021 we are joining Redeem Our Communities (ROC) in hosting a Community Transformation Conversation in Reading.
Thames Valley VRU have established Violence Reductions Networks, led by education partners to embed trauma informed practice in schools to make them more inclusive.
Intensive Engagement or I.E, are currently working alongside the Violence Reduction Unit…
New Leaf, offer face-to-face mentoring programme which aims to support to young people that are at risk of exclusion and/or are currently within the criminal justice system.