Crime Reduction - Helping to Reduce Crime in Your Area

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to reduce crime in their
local area

  • Stop Knife Crime
    Our new Mini-site on knife crime is dedicated to supporting you in your local anti-knife crime campaigns. It provides ideas, advice, support, access to campaign materials and best practice on how to engage young people and tackle knife crime in your area.
    In Mini-sites

  • Tilley Awards 2009
    The Tilley Awards 2009 are now open. This year's awards includes a new 'stand-alone' award for violence against women in addition to the national prize. As last year, a pre-marking service will be available for all entries received by 20th February. Newsflash! Tilley Award sifters required: See main article for more details.
    In Awards > Tilley Awards

  • Community Fund
    In December 2008, the Home Secretary outlined a new £4.5m fund for local community groups to run activities for young people in 13 priority areas. This will fund intensive work with young people through mentoring and outreach work. Organisations can apply for grant funding of up to £10,000 per annum for three years.
    In Publications > Crime solutions

  • Tackling Violence
    The Home Office has published the Tackling Violence Action Plan Implementation Guidance. This document includes operational structures and plans local partnerships should consider putting in place to deliver reductions in serious violence in their local areas. It also contains a number of best practice case studies.
    In Publications > Crime and individuals

  • Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs)
    This guide explains the powers given to Local Authorities in England and Wales to introduce Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs). DPPO powers enable Local Authorities to designate places where restrictions on public drinking apply. The purpose of this guidance is to set out examples of good practice which Local Authorities may wish to follow.
    In Publications > Crime and communities

  • Tackling Knives
    Since June the Government has been working with ten police force areas in England and Wales to reduce the number of teenagers killed or seriously wounded by knives and to increase public confidence that our streets are safe. Thanks to additional funding, tough new guidance and hard work by the forces themselves, working side by side with local people, the results are already clear.
    In Publications > Crime and individuals

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