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30/03/2023 £359,915 ZIMBABWE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES (ZCC) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
30/03/2023 £350,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE Clear, Hold, Build (CHB) is an end-to-end partnership approach designed by the Home Office to reduce the number of OCGs, crime levels, serious violence and homicides in particularly high-harm areas in a sustainable way. CHB is aimed at: · Supporting forces and their local delivery partners to identify the highest harm areas. · Ruthlessly pursuing OCG members through intensive enforcement activity. · Immediately addressing the vacuum this leaves by preventing other OCGs from taking over the location including by offering support services and safeguarding referrals. · Rebuilding communities in a way that make them less vulnerable to the threat in future.
24/03/2023 £900,000 ICPO-INTERPOL This document summarises the case for £900k of funding for the Biometric Hub, a technical capability run by INTERPOL, which the UK has committed to support financially.
22/03/2023 £6,264,404 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DYFED-POWYS The grant is intended to reimburse Police Forces for financial pressure resulting from the participation and change activities required to take the National Law Enforcement Data Service through the NLEDP adoption roadmap. Early police support is key to programme delivery and decommissioning PNC, aligned to the programme plan and business case for transition from PNC to LEDS.
20/03/2023 £8,208 RESOLVE Funding to a 'non-profit' civil society organisation specialising in community safety and anti-social behaviour. Their mission is to professionalise the sector through training, support, guidance and sharing best practice to effectively tackle anti-social behaviour. The organisation will undertake 10 fortnightly one-hour group drop-in sessions and 25 start-up sessions offering one to one support to successful Safer Streets Funded projects that have tackling anti-social behaviour as a priority.
17/03/2023 £85,421 GALOP The purpose of the funding is to provide support to a vitally important sector doing excellent work with children and adults who are victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Funding will be awarded to non-statutory sector organisations working nationally to provide services that help victims and survivors cope with and, as far as possible, recover from the impact of child sexual abuse. By supporting these services this funding will contribute to improved health and wellbeing outcomes for victims and survivors, improved criminal justice outcomes (by supporting victims through the criminal justice process) and cost savings for other public services (e.g mental health, drug and alcohol services) by addressing the trauma caused by childhood sexual abuse.
17/03/2023 £90,418 RESTITUTE CIC The purpose of the funding is to provide support to a vitally important sector doing excellent work with children and adults who are victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Funding will be awarded to non-statutory sector organisations working nationally to provide services that help victims and survivors cope with and, as far as possible, recover from the impact of child sexual abuse. By supporting these services this funding will contribute to improved health and wellbeing outcomes for victims and survivors, improved criminal justice outcomes (by supporting victims through the criminal justice process) and cost savings for other public services (e.g mental health, drug and alcohol services) by addressing the trauma caused by childhood sexual abuse.
17/03/2023 £336,781 NSPCC The purpose of the funding is to provide support to a vitally important sector doing excellent work with children and adults who are victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Funding will be awarded to non-statutory sector organisations working nationally to provide services that help victims and survivors cope with and, as far as possible, recover from the impact of child sexual abuse. By supporting these services this funding will contribute to improved health and wellbeing outcomes for victims and survivors, improved criminal justice outcomes (by supporting victims through the criminal justice process) and cost savings for other public services (e.g mental health, drug and alcohol services) by addressing the trauma caused by childhood sexual abuse.
17/03/2023 £29,631 CYFANNOL WOMEN'S AID The purpose of the funding is to provide support to a vitally important sector doing excellent work with children and adults who are victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Funding will be awarded to non-statutory sector organisations working nationally to provide services that help victims and survivors cope with and, as far as possible, recover from the impact of child sexual abuse. By supporting these services this funding will contribute to improved health and wellbeing outcomes for victims and survivors, improved criminal justice outcomes (by supporting victims through the criminal justice process) and cost savings for other public services (e.g mental health, drug and alcohol services) by addressing the trauma caused by childhood sexual abuse.
17/03/2023 £122,193 SOMERSET AND AVON RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT The purpose of the funding is to provide support to a vitally important sector doing excellent work with children and adults who are victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. Funding will be awarded to non-statutory sector organisations working nationally to provide services that help victims and survivors cope with and, as far as possible, recover from the impact of child sexual abuse. By supporting these services this funding will contribute to improved health and wellbeing outcomes for victims and survivors, improved criminal justice outcomes (by supporting victims through the criminal justice process) and cost savings for other public services (e.g mental health, drug and alcohol services) by addressing the trauma caused by childhood sexual abuse.
07/02/2023 £581,563 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) The purpose of this grant is to initiate the first phase of the NPCC (National Police Chiefs Council) Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drone programme. The grant aims to enable policing to set up a new programme with the objective of achieving a safe and effective BVLOS drones' capability in policing across all police forces in England and Wales, and an understanding of the 'Target Operating Model' for police aviation. The funding will enable the NPCC to provide the Home Office with clarity for ministers on the challenges and opportunities of BVLOS, as well as the scope of work required to establish a consistent national approach to the police use of drones.
20/01/2023 £85,103 ANTI-SLAVERY INTERNATIONAL The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £49,223 ETHICAL TRADING INITIATIVE The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £136,055 GLOBAL PARTNERS GOVERNANCE (G) The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £143,724 GOODWEAVE INT (G) The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £66,626 HOPE FOR JUSTICE The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £114,399 IOM INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION (G) The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £43,907 JUSTICE & CARE The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £120,000 THE GLOBAL FUND TO END MODERN SLAVERY The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £73,127 TRILATERAL RESEARCH LTD The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £61,540 UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM, THE The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £103,698 WILLOW INTERNATIONAL (G) The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
20/01/2023 £115,722 MARINUS ANALYTICS LLC (G) The Modern Slavery Fund aims to prevent modern slavery in priority countries and contribute towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal to end modern slavery The MSIF is for funding innovative, potentially transformational projects in pursuit of this objective. The MSF will focus its work in countries that are key source countries for victims of Modern Slavery found in the UK.
15/12/2022 £100,000 SURVIVING ECONOMIC ABUSE The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families, which includes economic abuse. As part of the Governments commitment to tackling violence against women and VAWG, we are seeking approval to directly award grant funding to Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) for 36 months for the value of £500,000.00 (financial years 2022/23-2024/25) to provide specialist and expert advocacy to victims of economic abuse. This breaks down to a £100,000 uplift this financial year and then an indicative £200,000 each year for 2023/24 and 2024/25: This delivers on a specific commitment within the Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan, to double funding for the response to economic abuse.
15/12/2022 £52,038 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £57,204 COLLEGE OF POLICING LIMITED To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £40,000 NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY (NCA) To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £66,035 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR THAMES VALLEY To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £85,930 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £68,405 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LINCOLNSHIRE To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
15/12/2022 £6,258 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER To fund new and existing projects within the policing system that are deliverable within this financial year with no future funding implications from central Government. We require these projects to have an evidenced impact on homicide prevention this financial year and should be of national strategic importance, rather than just focusing on one or two geographic areas.
10/12/2022 £1,441,165 SANLIURFA YATIRIM IZIEME VE KOORDINASYON BASKANLIGI Home Office International Operations has funding for a 3 year programme (FY22-25) to deliver a COSIC (Countering the smuggling of illicit commodities)-funded capacity building project to tackle the cross-border movement of illicit commodities, primarily Class-A drugs, firearms and cash-based proceeds of criminality. The approach will tackle transnational commodity trafficking in assessed threat origin, nexus and transit countries to maximise global impact at a supply chain level. The project will also counter organised immigration crime at a critical point in the journey to the UK. Stemming the flow of illegal migration upstream, by reducing the numbers reaching France and attempting to cross The Channel. This is a Home Secretary priority.
05/12/2022 £80,000 SAFELIVES SafeLives have remained the leaders in multi-agency work surrounding victims of domestic abuse; collecting key data and improving local authorities' multi agency response to high risk victims of DA. Mid 2023, their IT system which captures and stores the data received from Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Centres (MARACs) will become obsolete and they will require a new system to be identified and embedded. This grant will allow them to find a new system before the old one becomes obsolete, thus protecting data and important work stored.
01/12/2022 £200,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISIIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE This Grant will support the prosecution, through the Single Justice Procedure, of unpaid fixed penalty notices issued by border force under the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) Regulations 2020 and 2021. This is critical to support the Public Health objectives of these measures.
01/12/2022 £191,613 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million.The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan.Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £194,893 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £172,981 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £169,276 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £184,942 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £180,986 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £187,484 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £173,872 INTERNATIONAL RETURNS & REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE (IRARA) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
01/12/2022 £257,733 OPEN ARMS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (OADC) The Home Office Reintegration Programme is fully funded and secured through the 2021 Spending Review for three years from FY22/23 to FY24/25 with £3.7 million for each financial year. The total programme value for the duration of the three years is £11.1 Million. The Home Office Reintegration Programme provides a range of practical support options for returning individuals to successfully reintegrate back in their country of origin. This supports the wider returns delivery elements of the new ten-point migration plan. Implementation of a more comprehensive reintegration programme will strengthen returns co-operation and assist in securing returns agreements with priority countries.
04/11/2022 £6,257,000 CITY OF LONDON POLICE The aim of the FCCRAS project is to provide an accessible service for the public and organisations to report fraud and cyber crime, improving the flow of crime information and intelligence reports through the ecosystem so criminals are disrupted and the public is better protected.
01/11/2022 £8,900,000 COLLEGE OF POLICING LIMITED To provide funding to the College of Policing, as per Section 57 of the Police Act 1996, to enforce the regulations laid down in Statutory Instruments Nos 2372 and 2373 of 2014, amending the Police Regulations 2003 and the Police (Promotion) Regulations 1996.
01/11/2022 £1,011,718 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY The purpose of the grant is to provide support to Fire and Rescue Authorities who agreed to take on a lease for a regional Control Centre building.
01/11/2022 £2,182,399 LONDON FIRE BRIGADE The purpose of the grant is to provide support to Fire and Rescue Authorities who agreed to take on a lease for a regional Control Centre building.
01/11/2022 £1,356,942 COUNTY DURHAM & DURHAM FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE The purpose of the grant is to provide support to Fire and Rescue Authorities who agreed to take on a lease for a regional Control Centre building.
17/10/2022 £199,867 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £391,972 SAFELIVES (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £180,493 SALFORD CITY COUNCIL (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £211,801 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £241,287 VICTIM SUPPORT (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £504,805 WELSH WOMEN'S AID (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £434,000 CHANGING LIVES (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £381,250 FACULTY OF FORENSIC & LEGAL MEDICINE (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £237,508 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SURREY (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £362,368 OPERATION ENCOMPASS (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £401,021 WOMENS AID (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £177,244 NEXT LINK HOUSING (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £259,333 CHILDREN'S SOCIETY (THE) (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £153,238 UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
17/10/2022 £353,417 UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM (G) The purpose of this grant is to bring together work undertaken to prevent and support victims of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) specifically workstrands supporting children affected by domestic abuse (CADA) and 'what works' funding (WWF.) CADA workstrands aim to both support the children as victims and, in doing so, break cycles of violence. 'What works' funding is precisely that, to understand what works to prevent VAWG. Given the focus of both of this is prevention, most often in the early years space, the unit will compete them together to avoid duplication and look for opportunities to 'force maximise' (i.e. be greater than the sum of it's parts).
14/10/2022 £9,678,144 THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION Commissioning IOM to provide a range of services to refugees that have been submitted to the UK by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for resettlement under the Afghan Citizenship Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) Pathway 2 and FCDO referred cases under Pathway 3. Services will include medical, travel and pre-departure orientation.
10/10/2022 £36,000 WHY ME? UK This grant award will provide funding for 6 months to the Restorative Justice charity 'Why Me' to deliver the first phase of a project, utilising restorative justice practices to support victims of retail crime, reduce reoffending and make communities safer. The project will be piloted in selected retail stores in Sussex and supported by Sussex PCC and local Neighbourhood Policing teams. The aim is to establish and roll out a national model of best-practice for using RJ in a retail context. Restorative Justice is not currently used routinely in retail settings because Police Officers are often unclear about how to deploy a restorative victim-led response, lack of knowledge by retail victims and managers about how to access it and a lack of well-established referral routes. There is a strong body of evidence indicating how restorative approaches can support victims whilst also supporting a reduction in reoffending and making our streets and shops safer places to live. The pilot is intended to have a positive impact on retail workers, businesses and policing. The charity 'Why me' have a strong track record in building organisations capacity to utilise restorative justice, building the evidence base and embedding sustainable foundations. They have the relevant expertise, experience and networks to ensure a successful delivery of the project and sustainability post-funding period.
07/10/2022 £100,000 COLLEGE OF POLICING LIMITED The College of Policing has developed a range of training products to help tackle domestic abuse, including the Domestic Abuse (DA) Matters programme, which has been delivered to the majority of forces to date. In the Domestic Abuse Plan we have committed up to £3.3m to update the training and support the rollout to those forces who have yet to undertake the training and help develop further training. This grant will be use to fund an extension of the Domestic Abuse Matters training delivered to Police forces. It will be used to develop a specialist course for investigators which would enhance the outcome of DA Matters. The funding will be used to employ a specialist resource to support the development of this product and to pilot and test the course beyond initial development.
06/10/2022 £4,200,000 THE POLICE ICT COMPANY Ministers committed in the 2021 end-to-end Rape Review that no adult victim of rape will be left without a mobile phone for more than 24 hours during a police investigation (the 24-hour commitment). The delivery of this commitment is a Prime Ministerial and Home Secretary priority. Last year the Home Office through the Transforming Forensics Programme (TFP) directed £5 million towards forensics interventions in support of the 24 hour commitment. This scheme is a continuation of this work although it will be delivered by the Police Digital Service (PDS) rather then TFP. The scheme's purpose is to provide police forces in England and Wales the tools and training needed to improve their capabilities to support adult rape victims during the investigation process, improve the criminal justice process and meet the Rape Review's 24 hour commitment.
23/09/2022 £42,000 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL In the wake of the 12 August shootings in Keyham, Plymouth City Council including Devon & Cornwall Police, with local partners, submitted a five-year "Keyham Recovery Plan" requesting funding from central government for a range of measures under three pillars to rebuild the local community: Health and Wellbeing, Community Safety and Resilience & Legacy. Under the Community Safety pillar, a key element is a bid for target hardening measures, which also includes environmental improvements and community engagement. This activity is basis of the grant: 'Plymouth Community Safety - Target Hardening'. Funding activity similar to that of the Safer Streets Fund, the grant is intended to: -prevent an increase in neighbourhood crime & anti-social behaviour (i.e. reduce crime); -strengthen the community; -improve public perceptions of safety. The funding would be administered by the Police and Crime Commissioner of Devon & Cornwall, in partnership with local partners such as the city council, local police force and the local community.
21/09/2022 £225,000 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CHESHIRE Expanding the ANPR camera estate into assessed priority County Lines areas where no fixed ANPR assets are deployed, this will assist in intelligence development, as well as contribute to the operational phases of County Lines investigations. Making the strategic roads network and prioritised County Lines areas a hostile space. This addresses the strategic aim of Roll up County Lines (close more than 2,000 lines by 2024) / Tackle the enablers of County Lines (including telecoms/online, transport and illicit finance) The Home Office Insight Centre and the National County Lines Coordination Centre (NCLCC), is conducting a discovery exercise into the priority areas for County Lines against ANPR camera coverage gaps to determine the optimal locations which will effect the greatest impact against County Lines criminals. The project will ensure that Highways England prioritised sites are repurposed to install ANPR cameras to expand the ANPR network and address areas that are currently not covered, and are therefore not providing critical information and evidence of County Lines criminal movements.
08/09/2022 £2,500,000 STANDING TOGETHER AGAINST DOMESTIC ABUSE Evidence suggests that 80% of women experiencing domestic abuse seek help from health services and these are often their first, or only, point of contact, with general practice often being an access point for many survivors. This is why we aim to invest £2.5m per annum for spending period FY22/23 FY24/25 on domestic abuse interventions within healthcare settings. This will aim to: (1) upskill healthcare professionals, so they have greater capability to identify and support victims and survivors of domestic abuse; (2) create further avenues for victims to disclose their experience of abuse and seek for help and (3) improve partnership working between healthcare and specialist support services. This will support the Violence Against Women and Girls' Strategy and will also form a key commitment in the forthcoming Domestic Abuse Plan.
01/09/2022 £546,000 COLLEGE OF POLICING (G) This grant scheme involves one receipt, the College of Policing, proposing a three-year grant agreement through a direct grant award. The grants purpose is to support the College of Policings development of the Peer Support Network. The 2021 Spending Review identified that a peer support function, based in the College of Policing, was required to provide dedicated and specialist support to individual forces where needed, with a particular emphasis on those forces at or close to ENGAGE or found to need support on crime measures (informed by the Crime and Policing Performance Board). There is clear evidence to suggest that a culture of continuous improvement and support to under-performing forces cannot be effectively delivered by relying on an ad-hoc network of practitioners and senior officers who, through short-term abstraction from their local leadership roles (on fighting crime), provide assistance to other forces in need of support. To address this vacuum, £546,000 will be made available through this grant to develop a dedicated and sustainable peer support function hosted by the College to deliver a multi-strand approach to principally assist those forces at the engage stage of HMICFRS inspection and those found to be underperforming on the National Crime and Policing Measures, and provide standing capability to provide a continuous improvement/ implementation support function to help address persistent leadership and managerial issues in forces and/or ensure forces have support to embed best practice on specific thematic issues.
30/08/2022 £2,073,230 COLLEGE OF POLICING (G) Ministers have agreed to allocate £606.5m from the 2022-23 Police Settlement to support Police Technology Programmes, £65m to support National Policing Capabilities and £25.6m to support Forensics. This legislative approval request concerns the £26.52m from that which is administered by the National Police Capabilities Unit within the Home Office. NPCU also administers several grants to the Police Digital Service; these are dealt with in a separate legislative approval request as NPCU is not principally responsible for the Home Offices relationship with the PDS. The grants collectively aim to improve policing capabilities to better deliver Government objectives for the police, including cutting crime, increasing transparency, and improving outcomes for victims.
30/08/2022 £15,402,950 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) (G) Ministers have agreed to allocate £606.5m from the 2022-23 Police Settlement to support Police Technology Programmes, £65m to support National Policing Capabilities and £25.6m to support Forensics. This legislative approval request concerns the £26.52m from that which is administered by the National Police Capabilities Unit within the Home Office. NPCU also administers several grants to the Police Digital Service; these are dealt with in a separate legislative approval request as NPCU is not principally responsible for the Home Offices relationship with the PDS. The grants collectively aim to improve policing capabilities to better deliver Government objectives for the police, including cutting crime, increasing transparency, and improving outcomes for victims.
30/08/2022 £7,000,000 NATIONAL POLICE CHIEFS COUNCIL (G) Ministers have agreed to allocate £606.5m from the 2022-23 Police Settlement to support Police Technology Programmes, £65m to support National Policing Capabilities and £25.6m to support Forensics. This legislative approval request concerns the £26.52m from that which is administered by the National Police Capabilities Unit within the Home Office. NPCU also administers several grants to the Police Digital Service; these are dealt with in a separate legislative approval request as NPCU is not principally responsible for the Home Offices relationship with the PDS. The grants collectively aim to improve policing capabilities to better deliver Government objectives for the police, including cutting crime, increasing transparency, and improving outcomes for victims.
30/08/2022 £4,480,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DORSET (G) Ministers have agreed to allocate £606.5m from the 2022-23 Police Settlement to support Police Technology Programmes, £65m to support National Policing Capabilities and £25.6m to support Forensics. This legislative approval request concerns the £26.52m from that which is administered by the National Police Capabilities Unit within the Home Office. NPCU also administers several grants to the Police Digital Service; these are dealt with in a separate legislative approval request as NPCU is not principally responsible for the Home Offices relationship with the PDS. The grants collectively aim to improve policing capabilities to better deliver Government objectives for the police, including cutting crime, increasing transparency, and improving outcomes for victims.
19/08/2022 £379,675 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) (G) The lack of a coordinated investigative and tasking capability for the protest threat has been identified and is highlighted in the HMICFRS report on the matter. We are seeking to provide funding for an investigative and tasking group. This gap could be filled with a new National Development team, whom would receive the funding.
19/08/2022 £216,667 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX This project is designed to deliver this outcome in line with the 4P approach. This will be the first large-scale international SOC Prevent intervention. The project aims to divert young people in target communities who are at risk, or already involved in SOC, away from SOC to an alternative pathway. The aim of the project is to reduce to reduce the threats we face from serious and organised crime group in Albania by addressing the risk factors that increases the likelihood of people joining SOC. This will be achieved through activities that will support: 1. Young People at risk in target communities express an intention to follow an alternative pathway (Prevent Intervention). 2. Core agencies work in partnership to tackle the harm and impact of SOC locally. 3. Local officials help divert young people away from SOC. 4. Community police officers deliver more effective neighbourhood policing built on effective engagement and consultation with communities.
18/08/2022 £434,748 BARNARDO'S The aim of the grant is to fund a project that delivers UK wide direct stabilisation and therapeutic services for vulnerable asylum-seeking adults experiencing distress to both mitigate the escalation of mental ill health and facilitate join up with mainstream mental health services where/when possible.
04/08/2022 £67,317 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide resource grant funding to local authorities in England and Wales for the support and maintenance of Police and Crime Panels (PCPs). PCPs are a statutory requirement and hold PCCs to account for their appointment, budget setting and police and crime plans.
04/08/2022 £67,317 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL To provide resource grant funding to local authorities in England and Wales for the support and maintenance of Police and Crime Panels (PCPs). PCPs are a statutory requirement and hold PCCs to account for their appointment, budget setting and police and crime plans.
02/08/2022 £139,227 NATIONAL POLICE CHIEFS COUNCIL The grant purpose is to support HMICFRSs development of the Digital Crime and Performance Pack (DCPP) by building on the analysis and insight capability of the NPCC. HMICFRS have been allocated £450,513 to produce, and maintain, the DCPP which is an interactive, digital tool that policing partners (including forces and Police and Crime Commissioners) can use to understand national and force-level performance. The DCPP is a single version of police data that equips policing partners with a tool to effectively drive down the priority crime types outlined in the National Crime and Policing Measures. To support this, the NPCC have been allocated £139,227 to provide resource to lead and manage relations with police forces in order to build the tool. These staff members will likely sit as part of the NPCC centre and will define, introduce, and maintain specific data collections relevant to the aims of the DCPP. Specifically, they will coordinate the production of analytical insight for the DCPP by drawing on the expertise and skills of the police and NPCC. This provision will drive the insights reflected in the DCPP.
02/08/2022 £40,037 ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £26,229 ABERDEENSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £30,394 ANGUS COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £38,571 ARGYLL & BUTE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £855,591 CITY OF EDINBURGH (THE) (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £22,911 COMHAIRLE NAN EILEAN SIAR (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £118,993 DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £47,520 DUNDEE CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £118,839 EAST AYRSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £42,506 EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £69,390 EAST LOTHIAN COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £16,894 EAST RENFREWSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £119,301 FIFE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,238,609 GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £22,487 HIGHLAND COUNCIL (THE) (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £42,236 INVERCLYDE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £99,231 MIDLOTHIAN COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £24,146 MORAY COUNCIL (THE) (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £56,314 NORTH AYRSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £151,161 NORTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCIL(G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £214,573 PERTH & KINROSS COUNCIL(G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £194,670 RENFREWSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £18,553 SCOTTISH BORDERS COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £13,500 SOUTH AYRSHIRE (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £220,089 SOUTH LANARKSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £32,863 STIRLING COUNCIL(G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £147,729 WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £97,894 WEST LOTHIAN COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,394 COMHAIRLE NAN EILEAN SIAR (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £4,204 HIGHLAND COUNCIL (THE) (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £54,733 SOUTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £146,803 BARNSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £169,483 BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £843,634 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,776,757 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £81,231 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £99,861 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £431,190 BOLTON MBC 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £911,790 BOURNEMOUTH CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £142,097 BRACKNELL FOREST BC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,418,811 BRENT COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,145,880 BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £951,711 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £530,859 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £312,274 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £374,374 CALDERDALE MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,046,716 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,233,861 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £452,134 CHESHIRE EAST BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £94,539 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £699,416 CITY OF BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £441,874 CITY OF STOKE ON TRENT (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £578,456 CITY OF WAKEFIELD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £114,326 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £202,770 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £570,510 CORPORATION OF LONDON (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,002,047 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £4,470,506 CROYDON COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £275,901 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £21,716 DARLINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £725,027 DERBY CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £826,277 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £622,877 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £233,357 DONCASTER MBC 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £410,940 DORSET COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £211,546 DUDLEY MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £227,726 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £459,463 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,174,577 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,269,816 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £38,649 GATESHEAD COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £719,666 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £429,184 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,674,980 HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COMMUNITY (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,363,586 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £168,612 HARTLEPOOL COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £134,074 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,516,747 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £117,219 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £10,200,870 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,011,383 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL 2 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £477,446 KIRKLEES METROPOLITAN COUNCIL 2 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £134,036 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £561,986 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,196,836 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £364,809 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £921,896 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £971,576 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,823,971 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £875,494 LONDON BOROUGH HAVERING (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,260,013 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING & DAGENHAM (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,447,277 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,468,014 LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £984,227 LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,366,226 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,485,849 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,508,143 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,207,671 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,408,320 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £926,910 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARROW 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,156,416 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,535,953 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,778,837 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,277,987 LONDON BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON & CHELSEA (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,572,981 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,390,384 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £960,351 LONDON BOROUGH OF MERTON 2 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,910,173 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,743,621 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £833,104 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,314,360 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £949,359 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON (SCOLA) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,027,967 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,079,537 LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,575,951 LONDON BOROUGH TOWER HAMLETS (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £887,336 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,286,093 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £139,284 MEDWAY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £348,840 METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF WIRRAL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £124,856 MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £878,233 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £560,713 NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £18,746 NEWPORT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,168,717 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £489,626 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £515,931 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £326,700 NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £61,174 NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £805,757 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,219,477 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £117,453 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,224,373 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £679,163 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 2 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £238,630 OLDHAM COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,438,521 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £533,250 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £440,949 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,905,930 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £210,330 RB OF WINDSOR & MAIDENHEAD (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £552,651 READING BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £462,240 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £13,770 ROCHDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £245,199 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £816,634 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £968,490 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £78,840 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL DC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £138,549 SALFORD CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £266,143 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £167,593 SEFTON COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £838,890 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £466,984 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £295,496 SLOUGH CHILDREN'S SERVICE TRUST LTD (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,156,526 SOLIHULL MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £399,561 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £329,631 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £454,564 SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £516,534 SOUTHEND ON SEA BOROUGH COUNCI (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £228,111 ST HELENS MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,995,724 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £165,703 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BC 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £45,129 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,969,946 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £81,000 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £3,978,643 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £596,276 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £280,453 TAMESIDE MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £98,343 TELFORD & WREKIN COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £640,209 THURROCK COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £58,937 TORBAY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £238,796 TRAFFORD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £395,396 WALSALL BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £445,384 WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,405,391 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £302,979 WEST BERKSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL (LA) (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,547,219 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £2,367,589 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £227,649 WIGAN MBC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £832,140 WILTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £252,489 WOKINGHAM DISTRICT COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £266,336 WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £922,783 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £39,189 BRIDGEND COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £1,023,570 CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £77,991 CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £16,431 CEREDIGION COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £203,541 CITY AND COUNTY OF SWANSEA 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £40,076 CONWY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £26,846 FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £30,587 ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £27,154 MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £5,747 NEATH PORT TALBOT COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £551,919 NEWPORT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £71,049 PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £11,649 POWYS COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £76,526 RHONDDA CYNON TAFF BC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £17,936 TORFAEN COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £19,556 VALE OF GLAMORGAN (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
02/08/2022 £51,956 WREXHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £20,000 RESOLVE Every year, Resolve run a non-profit Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Awareness Week, whereby they work on raising public awareness of how to report ASB and hold conferences/events with practitioners on sharing best practice for dealing with ASB. This year, we have been working closely with Resolve and will directly benefit from the event with the focus being on raising awareness for ASB. The recipients of the grant will be a Civil Society Organisation, Resolve, who will be organising the ASB Awareness Week with the help of the Home Office.
01/08/2022 £300,571 BLAENAU GWENT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £263,873 BRIDGEND COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £462,556 CAERPHILLY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £1,839,262 CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £404,767 CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £275,391 CEREDIGION COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £145,060 CITY AND COUNTY OF SWANSEA 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £224,352 CONWY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £432,997 DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £495,167 FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £452,994 GWYNEDD COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £254,776 ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £286,756 MERTHYR TYDFIL BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £353,556 MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £450,825 NEATH PORT TALBOT COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £1,501,026 NEWPORT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £380,180 PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £448,251 POWYS COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £231,593 RHONDDA CYNON TAFF BC (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £7,076 SWANSEA COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £163,402 TORFAEN COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £326,033 VALE OF GLAMORGAN (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
01/08/2022 £173,030 WREXHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To provide central government funding to local authorities as defined in the Leaving Care Funding Instructions that supports this particular category of care leavers. If the funding was not provided the local authorities would need to meet the costs of providing the support from their own income streams.
29/07/2022 £43,520,000 THE POLICE ICT COMPANY This funding will support the delivery of National Policing Programmes. The grant funding will support the running and capability uplift of the Police Digital Service to deliver the Policing Digital, Data and Technology Strategy, progress inflight programmes to improved digital evidence capture, analysis and sharing between policing and wider Criminal Justice System partners.
29/07/2022 £500,000 COLLEGE OF POLICING LIMITED This funding will support the delivery of National Policing Programmes. The grant funding will support the running and capability uplift of the Police Digital Service to deliver the Policing Digital, Data and Technology Strategy, progress inflight programmes to improved digital evidence capture, analysis and sharing between policing and wider Criminal Justice System partners.
29/07/2022 £1,380,000 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME This funding will support the delivery of National Policing Programmes. The grant funding will support the running and capability uplift of the Police Digital Service to deliver the Policing Digital, Data and Technology Strategy, progress inflight programmes to improved digital evidence capture, analysis and sharing between policing and wider Criminal Justice System partners.
27/07/2022 £28,667 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 GATESHEAD COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 MILTON KEYNES BOROUGH COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £27,232 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £23,786 CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £27,442 SALFORD CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,640 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £24,706 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £27,476 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,621 HULL CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £26,004 MEDWAY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 LONDON BOROUGH OF MERTON This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 HARINGEY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,667 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,666 CARDIFF COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
27/07/2022 £28,000 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL This is a new fund for women and girls at risk of experiencing gang related extra-familial harms. The range of extra-familial harms experienced by gang affected Young Women and Girls (YWG) has increased since 2012, and the currently funded Young People's Advocates (YPAs) are regularly working beyond their agreed remit to support girls affected by serious violence, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines and peer on peer abuse. We know that YWG are increasingly involved in county lines, serious violence, and gang activity. Feedback from the YPA organisations tells us that they are now dealing with far more harm types and vulnerabilities including child sexual abuse, peer on peer abuse, and online grooming. The way in which the Home Office approaches vulnerability has also changed. We are implementing a cross-cutting approach to addressing vulnerability and risk factors more broadly across Public Safety Group, and moving away from a siloed, harm-specific approach. As such, we propose a broad ranging fund which will enable advocates to provide tailored support to those vulnerable YWG experiencing or at risk of gang involvement and associated sexual or criminal exploitation, county lines and serious violence. The key objectives of this newfund will be 1) to reduce crime and protect victims through providing tailored support to gang affected YWGs aged under 25 at risk of or experiencing harm, including both preventative services and access to victims services where appropriate and 2)to raise awareness and dispel stereotypes amongst frontline professionals, services and the local community about gang related harm in YWG, including how to spot the signs and support the YWG involved.
22/07/2022 £60,000 AVON & SOMERSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £22,952 CAMBRIDGESHIRE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £63,011 CITY OF LONDON POLICE (G) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £21,199 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £200,000 OFFICE FOR THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER OF NORFOLK To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £32,715 OFFICE OF THE DURHAM POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £60,000 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £133,123 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GREATER MANCHESTER To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £178,365 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE (THE) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £18,449 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR STAFFORDSHIRE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £200,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUFFOLK To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £4,300 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WARWICKSHIRE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £16,200 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CHESHIRE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £56,808 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £51,227 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DEVON & CORNWALL To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £7,425 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DYFED-POWYS To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £59,139 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £105,046 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GWENT To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £56,880 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £5,796 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LINCOLNSHIRE (THE) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £6,368 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH WALES To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £73,568 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £22,435 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SURREY To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £19,490 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WILTSHIRE (THE) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £1,587 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR BEDFORDSHIRE (THE) To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £4,858 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £14,085 WEST MERCIA PCC To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £130,931 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
22/07/2022 £60,000 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE To offer all 43 police forces across England and Wales funding to purchase drug testing kits, cartridges to carry out tests, and additional laboratory testing where a test result is disputed. It can also be used to fund associated training, depending on each forces need. The overarching aim of this fund is to ensure all forces across England and Wales have the ability to conduct drug testing on arrest, should they wish to.
08/07/2022 £218,649 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £64,000 BLABY DISTRICT COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £500,000 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £499,000 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £329,250 BRITISH TRANSPORT POLICE AUTHORITY The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £401,690 CAMBRIDGESHIRE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £108,800 CHARNWOOD BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £22,000 CHORLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £448,405 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £552,063 CUMBRIA POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £499,975 DERBY CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £500,000 DONCASTER MBC The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £185,969 DORSET COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £53,860 FAITHS FORUM FOR LONDON The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £127,500 GREAT YARMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £254,240 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £354,617 GREATERSPORT The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £70,000 HER CENTRE LIMITED The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £499,588 IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £107,500 KETTERING BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £162,482 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £320,277 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £253,000 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £183,592 NORTH DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £104,690 NORTH EAST DERBYSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £500,000 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £260,255 NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £83,000 NORTHAMPTON BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £887,401 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £73,913 NORWICH CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £2,000,000 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £325,248 OFFICE OF THE DURHAM POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £470,321 OFFICE OF THE DURHAM POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,051,340 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £54,821 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £882,804 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £500,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR STAFFORDSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £150,422 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WARWICKSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,000,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CHESHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £472,096 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £881,833 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX (THE) The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £310,255 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DERBYSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £212,741 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DYFED-POWYS The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £676,561 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,481,261 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GLOUCESTERSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £498,894 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GWENT The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £885,014 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £335,355 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LINCOLNSHIRE (THE) The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,057,211 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH WALES The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £363,671 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH YORKSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £981,968 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH WALES POLICE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £727,560 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £546,771 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SURREY The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £996,890 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR THAMES VALLEY The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £480,006 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR BEDFORDSHIRE (THE) The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £116,555 PRESTON CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £183,300 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £174,300 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £329,686 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £500,000 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,000,000 SWINDON BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £90,680 THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE (COMMUNITY) LTD The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,202,104 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £499,727 TORBAY BOROUGH COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £434,650 UNIVERSITY OF EXETER The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £460,164 UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £1,480,220 WEST MERCIA PCC The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £262,317 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £830,818 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £269,600 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £499,551 WIGAN MBC The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £106,520 WILTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
08/07/2022 £207,437 WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL The Safer Streets Fund is a Home Office fund that allows police, local authorities and civil society organisations to invest in crime prevention initiatives across England and Wales. It was first launched in 2020 and was originally designed to tackle acquisitive crime (AC) in hotspot areas but has since expanded its remit.
30/06/2022 £50,000 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME The £50,000 of funding will be for the 2022-2023 financial year only and will be an uncompeted award given to the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC) who run the programme which is the only kind of its type internationally. The Global Synthetics Monitoring: Analysis, Reporting and Trends (SMART) programme operates the UNODC Early Warning Advisory on New Psychoactive Substances (EWA) and builds capacity on early warning, synthetic drugs and new psychoactive substances at the national level in the framework of the UNODC Synthetic Drug Strategy 2021-2025. This particular project seeks funding for complementary activities to the EWA which will be to build capacity of national institutions to contribute to and strengthen forensic early warning systems. The outcome of this project is for forensic laboratories in four countries in Central America to better analyse information on emerging synthetic drug threats and contribute more effectively to early warning mechanisms at the national and international level, thereby enabling governments to develope responses earlier. The activities will be implemented by the Regional SMART Coordinator based in El Salvador in collaboration with a scientific expert based at UNODC Headquarters in Austria. The implementation modalities will include technical advisory missions, provision of technical advice via videoconferences and email, and through a regional capacity building workshop in El Salvador for four beneficiary countries (El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras).
30/06/2022 £1,035,000 CATCH 22 CHARITY LIMITED The funding should cover dedicated teams including team leaders, caseworkers, specialist women and girls workers, data coordinators, mental health workers and possibly family workers. The funding must also cover the operation of a rescue service across the three locations, for children and young people involved in county lines who are arrested outside of their home area. We would expect the service to support and engage an agreed number of young people and families over the period and for there to be a reduction of cessation of involvement with county lines. We would also expect an increase in positive outcomes which could include but is not limited to; an increase in school attendance/engagement, improved engagement with statutory services, a decrease in missing episodes, a reduction in offending, improved relationships and resilience within families. In respect of (2) the funding should cover a confidential and anonymous helpline service and support to an agreed number of young people and their families including bespoke support for parents and carers. Both services should be independently evaluated and be underpinned by robust safeguarding policies and processes.
30/06/2022 £184,277 MISSING PEOPLE LIMITED The funding should cover dedicated teams including team leaders, caseworkers, specialist women and girls workers, data coordinators, mental health workers and possibly family workers. The funding must also cover the operation of a rescue service across the three locations, for children and young people involved in county lines who are arrested outside of their home area. We would expect the service to support and engage an agreed number of young people and families over the period and for there to be a reduction of cessation of involvement with county lines. We would also expect an increase in positive outcomes which could include but is not limited to; an increase in school attendance/engagement, improved engagement with statutory services, a decrease in missing episodes, a reduction in offending, improved relationships and resilience within families. In respect of (2) the funding should cover a confidential and anonymous helpline service and support to an agreed number of young people and their families including bespoke support for parents and carers. Both services should be independently evaluated and be underpinned by robust safeguarding policies and processes.
15/06/2022 £717,275 AVON & SOMERSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £8,688,282 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £591,998 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £636,213 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £2,112,522 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GREATER MANCHESTER (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £439,699 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £691,322 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE (THE) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £1,653,189 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £470,405 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £713,590 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £508,479 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £898,337 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LANCASHIRE (THE) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £480,230 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH WALES POLICE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £1,091,879 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £708,828 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX (THE) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £772,545 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR THAMES VALLEY (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £520,761 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR BEDFORDSHIRE (THE) (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £967,830 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £3,023,855 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
15/06/2022 £2,133,761 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE (G) The Core Purpose of the Grip funding programme is to focus on prevention and enforcement, building on the best available evidence of what works to help the funded police forces roll out a hotspot approach to tackling serious violence.
08/06/2022 £878,105 AVON FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £20,676 BEDFORDSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £817,421 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE & MILTON KEYNES FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £6,754 CAMBRIDGESHIRE & PETERBOROUGH FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £6,754 CHESHIRE FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £54,503 CLEVELAND FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £27,430 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £11,487 COUNCIL OF THE ISLES OF SCILLY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £27,430 COUNTY DURHAM & DURHAM FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £101,325 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £6,181 DERBYSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £7,328 DORSET & WILTSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £27,430 EAST SUSSEX FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £857,430 ESSEX POLICE, FIRE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER, FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £81,223 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £946,177 DEVON & SOMERSET FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £3,457,599 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £87,438 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £975,765 HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £824,176 HEREFORD AND WORCESTER FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £80,649 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £60,684 HUMBERSIDE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £972,676 KENT AND MEDWAY TOWNS FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £824,176 LANCASHIRE COMBINED FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £850,675 LEICESTERSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £824,176 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £878,105 MERSEYSIDE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £844,852 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £34,184 NORTH YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £27,430 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COMMISSIONER FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £6,754 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £81,223 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £40,008 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £27,430 ROYAL BERKSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £6,754 SHROPSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £60,684 SOUTH YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £114,477 STAFFORDSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £21,249 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £40,582 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £872,498 TYNE & WEAR FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £26,856 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £878,105 WEST MIDLANDS FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £1,147 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
08/06/2022 £972,000 WEST YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to provide fire national resilience capabilities to help respond to major and complex incidents and help keep the country safe.
31/05/2022 £368,841 AVON FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £158,399 BEDFORDSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £230,469 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE & MILTON KEYNES FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £150,104 CAMBRIDGESHIRE & PETERBOROUGH FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £130,543 CHESHIRE FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £145,513 CLEVELAND FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £405,301 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £269,387 COUNCIL OF THE ISLES OF SCILLY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £104,037 COUNTY DURHAM & DURHAM FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £166,853 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £738,995 DERBYSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £191,227 DORSET & WILTSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £488,969 EAST SUSSEX FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £192,696 ESSEX POLICE, FIRE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER, FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £804,835 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £187,521 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £292,585 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £291,899 HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £264,759 HEREFORD AND WORCESTER FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £96,143 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £473,538 HUMBERSIDE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £199,855 KENT AND MEDWAY TOWNS FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £267,425 LANCASHIRE COMBINED FIRE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £303,798 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £217,854 MERSEYSIDE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £149,435 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £185,935 NORTH YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £239,615 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COMMISSIONER FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £152,262 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £318,749 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £173,345 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £294,641 ROYAL BERKSHIRE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £177,114 SOUTH YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £233,663 STAFFORDSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £188,049 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £342,554 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £207,190 TYNE & WEAR FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £20,137 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £224,285 WEST MIDLANDS FIRE & RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £350,327 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £404,312 WEST YORKSHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
31/05/2022 £439,116 DEVON & SOMERSET FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE (G) This is a non-ring-fenced new burdens grant for Fire and Rescue Authorities/Services to enable them to provide national, inter-operable and resilient communications system to help respond to fire and rescue incidents.
26/05/2022 £1,700,000 CITY OF LONDON POLICE This funding is provided as part of the Fraud Reform Programme (FRP) series of grants. Two other grants have been allocated to CoLP and the National Economic Crime Centre and a separate funding arrangement is in place for UK Intelligence Centre (UKIC).
16/05/2022 £311,836 CAMBRIDGESHIRE (POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £200,352 CUMBRIA POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £304,208 DORSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONERS The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £2,812,146 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £2,541,937 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £136,692 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £321,200 OFFICE OF THE DURHAM POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £378,967 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £200,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £191,339 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE (THE) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £818,362 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £150,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR STAFFORDSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £246,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUFFOLK The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £200,000 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WARWICKSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £166,801 OFFICE OF THE WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £847,100 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CHESHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £200,125 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £659,488 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DERBYSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £417,395 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DEVON & CORNWALL The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £417,509 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DYFED-POWYS The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £213,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £180,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GWENT The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £764,349 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £599,185 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HERTFORDSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £537,689 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LANCASHIRE (THE) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £267,705 THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH WALES The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £316,043 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH YORKSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £200,000 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH WALES POLICE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £553,255 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £502,602 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SURREY The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £229,204 SAFELIVES The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £199,875 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £597,388 WEST MERCIA PCC The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £356,690 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £390,939 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
16/05/2022 £1,053,264 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX (THE) The primary aim is to continue funding Police and Crime Commissioners for domestic abuse perpetrator interventions in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these. Home Office funding for these projects comes to an end on 31 March 2022. However, as these projects take time to embed in local areas, and there might be safeguarding concerns about the projects coming to a sudden end, we are keen to extend for a further year. PCCs will be able to continue funding interventions that tackle the problem of domestic abuse directly with perpetrators and aim to reduce the risk they pose.
06/05/2022 £150,000 IMPETUS - THE PRIVATE EQUITY FOUNDATION This grant is intended to ensure that the evidence base behind trauma-informed practice is significantly enhanced. The YEF added trauma-informed practice (TI) to their Toolkit in December 2021, however it received an evidence rating of 0 as there were insufficient numbers of robust studies, systematic reviews or meta-analyses.The purpose if this scheme is to deliver a targeted TI grant round, co-funded by the YEF to fund up to 3 large-scale multi-year TI programmes (until 31 March 2025). The projects will be designed specifically to support enhanced evaluation up to randomised control trial standard to establish their impact and effectiveness at reducing youth violence and other relevant secondary outcomes.
05/05/2022 £2,042,762 AVON & SOMERSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £5,863,803 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £12,691,400 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,042,762 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,419,776 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE (THE) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £6,013,803 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,042,762 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,042,762 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LANCASHIRE (THE) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH WALES POLICE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,891,384 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX (THE) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,077,762 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR THAMES VALLEY VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £1,414,226 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR BEDFORDSHIRE (THE) VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £2,891,384 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £5,863,803 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
05/05/2022 £5,863,803 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE VRUs offer leadership and strategic coordination of the local response to serious violence by bringing together police, local government, health and education professionals, community leaders and other key partners to identify the drivers of serious violence and agree a multi-agency response to them. These 18 areas have been identified as the worst affected by knife crime using NHS data on hospital admissions for assault with a sharp object.
27/04/2022 £500,000 IMPETUS - THE PRIVATE EQUITY FOUNDATION The Home Office will provide a £3 million over 3 years via direct grant to the Youth Endowment Fund (YEF) to support its grant round on Focused Deterrence (Agency Collaboration Fund: Another Chance).The Youth Endowment Fund was set up to improve our understanding of what works to reduce serious youth violence. As part of its place-based grant rounds, the YEF is running an Agency Collaboration Fund to understand if, how, and when effective collaboration between (principally statutory) agencies can prevent children and young people from becoming involved in violence. Focused Deterrence is the YEFs first Agency Collaboration Fund grant round. This grant round will test if and how the approach works when there is effective collaboration between agencies.Focused deterrence is a strategy combining consequences of violence with support for developing positive routes away from it. The YEF rates the intervention as having a high-quality evidence base and high impact on violent crime, although most of the data supporting YEFs assessment is drawn from the USA.
26/04/2022 £573,396 IMPETUS - THE PRIVATE EQUITY FOUNDATION To establish a consistent, high quality and accessible source of knowledge on reducing VAWG by undertaking well developed projects targeted to breaking cycles of violence; followed by an independent, robust evaluation including longitudinal studies
21/04/2022 £271,000 EAST OF ENGLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £261,500 EAST MIDLANDS COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £249,000 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £291,750 NORTH EAST MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £255,750 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £203,500 NI STRATEGIC MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £297,000 COSLA STRATEGIC MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £267,250 SOUTH EAST ENGLAND COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £255,750 SOUTH WEST COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £279,500 WELSH LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £293,000 CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £360,912 EAST OF ENGLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £351,013 EAST MIDLANDS COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £339,988 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £382,534 NORTH EAST MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £416,399 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £353,097 NI STRATEGIC MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £388,004 COSLA STRATEGIC MIGRATION PARTNERSHIP The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £357,005 SOUTH EAST ENGLAND COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £345,022 SOUTH WEST COUNCILS The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £396,639 WELSH LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
21/04/2022 £383,836 CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL The purpose of the Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMP)s is to provide strategic leadership, advisory and coordination functions for migration in the Regions. The Recipients will act as single points of contact for the Authority in the Region, coordinating and facilitating the ESOL for Beneficiaries within the Region during 2021/22, delivering a regional co-ordination role for the UASC National Transfer Scheme programme, the UKRS program and the asylum support dispersal program
13/04/2022 £120,000,000 GOVERNMENT OF RWANDA To support the Government of Rwanda to achieve its Vision 2050 and National Strategy for Transformation
13/04/2022 £20,000,000 GOVERNMENT OF RWANDA To support Rwanda in meeting the asylum and operational processing costs with associated infrastructure and livelihood costs for anyone transferred.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 CITY OF EDINBURGH (THE) (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 LONDON BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON & CHELSEA (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 NORTH KESTEVEN DISTRICT COUNCIL (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 SOLIHULL MBC (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £2,802,459 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) The Afghan Ex Gratia Scheme originated in 2014 to provide funding to local authorities to support resettled Afghan staff locally engaged by the British Armed Forces and the UK Government in Afghanistan. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Scheme went live on 1 April 2021 and provides similar support but to a wider range of staff. The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme announced by the government on 18 August 2021, for those who assisted the UKs efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law and vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT ). Local authorities have been asked to provide temporary support and assistance to people who are accommodated in bridging hotels in their areas as part of the mass evacuation from Afghanistan between June August 2021, under the Schemes (as mentioned above). This assistance is to help people to adjust to life in the UK, until transfer to permanent housing and the care of another local authority under the existing schemes. The Home Office has been using temporary bridging hotels since 27 July 2021 and continue to do so for further people arriving under the Schemes.
01/04/2022 £620,313 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 CANTERBURY CITY COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 ENFIELD COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 EPSOM AND EWELL BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 ROTHER DISTRICT COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 STOCKTON ON TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL 1 (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 THURROCK COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £620,313 WELWYN HATFIELD COUNCIL (G) This grant will fund the provision of humanitarian protection to those people who qualify under: The Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS), which provides those put at risk by recent events in Afghanistan with a route to safety. This scheme will prioritise: those who have assisted the UK efforts in Afghanistan and stood up for values such as democracy, womens rights and freedom of speech, rule of law (for example, judges, womens rights activists, academics, journalists); and (ii) vulnerable people, including women and girls at risk, and members of minority groups at risk (including ethnic and religious minorities and LGBT). This scheme will resettle up to 20,000 people at risk, with 5,000 in the first year. Spouses, partners, and dependent children under the age of 18 of identified eligible individuals will be eligible for the scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. The Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP), which went live on 1 April 2021, offers relocation or other assistance to those who served alongside our armed forces in Afghanistan and provided important support to Her Majestys Government defence and security mission there, predominantly those who were employed directly, or in certain special cases via contractors, and who are assessed to be at serious risk as a result of such work. It is available to people regardless of rank or role, or length of time served, and builds on the long-standing support already available. The policy provides for the principal applicant to bring their close family members (spouse and under 18 children) to the UK and significantly expands the eligibility criteria from the previous scheme. Other family members may be eligible in exceptional circumstances. Plus British Nationals and their close family members relocated from Afghanistan to the UK by HM Government. There are currently approximately 15,000 people in the United Kingdom who will qualify under one of these schemes in this current financial year.
01/04/2022 £10,000 ARCHDIOCESE OF LIVERPOOL ST ANNE ST BERNARD (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 BRIDPORT REFUGEE SUPPORT CAMPAIGN (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 BROMLEY SALVATION ARMY (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 CHARIS (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 CROESO ROATH CATHAYS (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 LIVERPOOL MUSLIM OUTREACH SOCIETY (IMOS) (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 LIVERPOOL MUSLIM OUTREACH SOCIETY (IMOS) (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 MUSWELL HILL METHODIST CHURCH (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 NORMANTON AND ALTOFTS (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT SPONSORSHIP GROUP (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £10,000 STONEYCROFT SALVATION ARMY (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £400,875 THREE RIVERS DISTRICT COUNCIL (G) The UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS) started in March 2021 and reaffirms the UKs ongoing commitment to refugee resettlement. Resettlement relies on collaborative working with local authorities to deliver practical support to refugees on arrival and then support them in their integration into the community over a 5-year resettlement period. The specific outcomes for this work are outlined in the Funding Instruction and summarised below. The funding provided is intended to serve as a contribution to the costs associated with resettlement. Evaluation of the value for money of the funding has been carried out throughout the year through a mixture of data monitoring, qualitative research and an internal evaluation programme. The detail of the Funding Instruction has recently been reviewed by business leads to confirm it meets the needs of the programme for 2021/22 and represents value for money.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WALES (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 BETSI CADWALADR UNIVERSITY LHB (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 CWM TAF MORGANNWG UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 HYWEL DDA UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 POWYS TEACHING HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS AYRSHIRE & ARRAN (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 FIFE NHS BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS FORTH VALLEY (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 GREATER GLASGOW HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS GRAMPIAN HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 LOTHIAN HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ORKNEY (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 TAYSIDE NHS BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (NI) (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS AIREDALE WHARFEDALE AND CRAVEN CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ASHFORD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET SWINDON AND WILTSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BARNET CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BARNSLEY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BASILDON AND BRENTWOOD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BERKSHIRE WEST CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BEDFORDSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BIRMINGHAM AND SOLIHULL CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BLACKPOOL CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BRADFORD DISTRICT & CRAVEN CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BRIGHTON & HOVE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BRENT CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BRISTOL, NORTH SOMERSET AND SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS BUCKINGHAMSHIRE (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS CALDERDALE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS CAMBRIDGESHIRE & PETERBOROUGH CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS CAMDEN CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS CHORLEY AND SOUTH RIBBLE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS CITY AND HACKNEY CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS COASTAL WEST SUSSEX CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS DARLINGTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS DORSET CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS DERBY AND DERBYSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS DURHAM DALES, EASINGTON AND SEDGEFIELD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS EAST & NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS EAST LANCASHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS LEICESTERSHIRE & RUTLAND CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 EASTBOURNE, HAILSHAM AND SEAFORD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS EASTERN CHESHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS GLOUCESTERSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS GREATER HUDDERSFIELD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS GREENWICH CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS GREATER PRESTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HALTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HARINGEY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HARTLEPOOL & STOCKTON ON TEES CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HASTINGS AND ROTHER CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HEREFORDSHIRE & WORCESTERSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HERTS VALLEYS CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HIGH WEALD LEWES HAVENS CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 IPSWICH & EAST SUFFOLK CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ISLE OF WIGHT CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ISLINGTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS KERNOW CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS KINGSTON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 KNOWSLEY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS LEEDS CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS LEICESTER CITY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS LEWISHAM CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS LIVERPOOL CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS MID ESSEX CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS MILTON KEYNES CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS MORECOMBE BAY CCS (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NEWCASTLE GATESHEAD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORTH DURHAM CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORTH EAST ESSEX CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORTH HAMPSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NORTH TYNESIDE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NEW DEVON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NORWICH CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS NOTTINGHAM AND NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS OXFORDSHIRE CCG(G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS PORTSMOUTH CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS REDDITCH & BROMSGROVE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ROTHERHAM CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SANDWELL & WEST BIRMINGHAM CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SCARBOROUGH & RYEDALE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SHEFFIELD CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SHROPSHIRE, TELFORD AND WREKIN CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOMERSET CLINICAL COMMISSIONING (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTHWARK CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTH DEVON & TORBAY CCG(G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTH EASTERN HAMPSHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SURREY HEARTLANDS CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTH TEES CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS SOUTHAMPTON CITY CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS ST HELENS CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS TAMESIDE & GLOSSOP CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS VALE OF YORK CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WAKEFIELD CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WALSALL CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WALTHAM FOREST CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WARRINGTON CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WEST KENT CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 WEST CHESHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WEST ESSEX CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 WEST HAMPSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WEST LANCASHIRE CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WEST LEICESTERSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 WILTSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WIRRAL CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WOLVERHAMPTON CLINICAL COMMISIONING GROUP (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS WYRE FOREST CCG (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 HIGHLAND HEALTH BOARD (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £111,067 NHS HAMBLETON RICHMONDSHIRE & WHITBY (G) This Funding is available to participating Recipients in the UK (principally, but not exclusively, Clinical Commissioning Groups) in respect of healthcare expenditure incurred supporting Refugees brought to the UK under the UKs resettlement schemes.Recipients are encouraged to share their learning of how to best manage the complex health and wellbeing needs of refugees with other participating Recipients (usually Clinical Commissioning Groups, but local and regional authorities can also be included) to help support the integration of refugees in the UK.
01/04/2022 £3,088,027 AVON & SOMERSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,217,183 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR BEDFORDSHIRE (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,393,922 CAMBRIDGESHIRE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,031,406 CHAMBERLAIN OF LONDON (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £994,758 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CHESHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,619,107 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR CLEVELAND (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,138,421 CUMBRIA POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,908,744 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DERBYSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,170,917 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DEVON & CORNWALL (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,119,788 DORSET POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONERS (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,523,284 OFFICE OF THE DURHAM POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £956,200 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DYFED POWYS (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,034,529 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR ESSEX (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,030,957 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GLOUCESTERSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £7,800,933 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GREATER MANCHESTER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,386,169 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR GWENT (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,501,749 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,060,374 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HERTFORDSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,176,064 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HUMBERSIDE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,305,398 OFFICE OF THE KENT POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,435,950 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LANCASHIRE (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,007,423 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LEICESTERSHIRE (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,122,842 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR LINCOLNSHIRE (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £30,806,633 MAYORS OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME (MOPC) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £4,498,990 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR MERSEYSIDE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,510,298 OFFICE FOR THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER OF NORFOLK (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,390,837 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH WALES (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,313,941 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTH YORKSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,287,697 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £4,158,434 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,410,079 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,052,202 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH WALES POLICE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £3,404,434 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SOUTH YORKSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,034,760 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR STAFFORDSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,215,814 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUFFOLK (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,747,188 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SURREY (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,900,796 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR SUSSEX (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £4,112,804 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR THAMES VALLEY (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £926,537 OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WARWICKSHIRE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £2,098,091 WEST MERCIA PCC (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £8,242,359 WEST MIDLANDS OFFICE FOR POLICING & CRIME (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £5,751,829 WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £1,112,130 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WILTSHIRE (THE) (G) The purpose of the grant is to support the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales. In addition, the grant was used to support the protection of the public & serving officers following COVID-19 pandemic, and the delivery of additional officers for police forces in England and Wales.
01/04/2022 £16,433 NATIONAL ORGANISATION OF DEPORTED MIGRANTS (NODM) The two Civil Society Organisations who will deliver the grant in Jamaica are the Open Arms Development Centre (OADC) and the National Organisation for Deported Migrants (NODM), these organisations will provide reintegration support to returning individuals from the UK and to help them establish their lives in Jamaica. Many of the returning individuals have been through the UK criminal justice system and require additional support. This is a renewal of an existing grant agreement and is a departmental priority. The two NGOs providing reintegration support in Jamaica are the only two delivery partners on the island with the capability to deliver these services and they have been working with the UK Government for a number of years. They are also very experienced in working with Foreign National Offenders (FNOs).Together these delivery partners, the NODM (National Organisation for Deported Migrants) and OADC (Open Arms Development Centre) provide a full range of reintegration support services which includes:Reception and transportation from the airport, accommodation.Individual care packages.Redocumentation.Psychosocial support.Family reunification.Vocational training.Access to an entrepreneurship fund to establish a business.Progress tracking as these individuals reintegrate back into Jamaican society.
01/04/2022 £25,633 OPEN ARMS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (OADC) The two Civil Society Organisations who will deliver the grant in Jamaica are the Open Arms Development Centre (OADC) and the National Organisation for Deported Migrants (NODM), these organisations will provide reintegration support to returning individuals from the UK and to help them establish their lives in Jamaica. Many of the returning individuals have been through the UK criminal justice system and require additional support. This is a renewal of an existing grant agreement and is a departmental priority. The two NGOs providing reintegration support in Jamaica are the only two delivery partners on the island with the capability to deliver these services and they have been working with the UK Government for a number of years. They are also very experienced in working with Foreign National Offenders (FNOs).Together these delivery partners, the NODM (National Organisation for Deported Migrants) and OADC (Open Arms Development Centre) provide a full range of reintegration support services which includes:Reception and transportation from the airport, accommodation.Individual care packages.Redocumentation.Psychosocial support.Family reunification.Vocational training.Access to an entrepreneurship fund to establish a business.Progress tracking as these individuals reintegrate back into Jamaican society.
30/03/2022 £93,840 MAIRIE DE FORT-MAHON-PLAGE Since 2014 UK and French governments have been working closely to manage the migration crisis which has affected Northern France and the attempts by migrants to breach UK border security. This work has been coordinated at a national level by Anglo-French Joint Migration Committee which is led by 2nd Permanent Under Secretary to Home Office and Director General French Interior Ministry. The area of Fort-Mahon-Plage has seen an increase in migrant activity over the past year. The proposed funding will secure the boat park at Fort-Mahon-Plage to deter migrants from attempting to take small boats and departing from the beach bound for the United Kingdom. The project will see the provision and installation of: - Video surveillance on the boat park 73,354.00 and - A fence and barriers around the boat park 39,000.00 The thermal detection cameras surround the car park and are linked to a dome in the centre of the car park that records the passage of intruders and immediately alerts the authorities. The images are recorded for a period of 30 days at the observation centre of the local town hall. The fencing will close the car park on three sides, the fourth side is naturally closed by an inaccessible dune and the barrier is panned on the closure of the boat descent. The provision of these security measures to secure the boat park at Fort-Mahon-Plage will: Deliver on ministerial commitments and enhances bi-lateral cooperation which benefits both Governments Prevents migrants from breaching security measures. Supports other measures already funded by the UK to make the surrounding region more secure. Will deliver greater collaboration between France and the UK in tackling irregular migration and related organised immigration crime.
29/03/2022 £451,875 UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISIONER FOR REFUGEES Quality Integration The Home Office have endeavoured to implement UNHCR recommendations through, inter alia, improvements to training, Asylum Instructions and refugee status determination procedures. Resettlement The aims and the objectives are to Increase the number of staff in specific locations to deal with resettlement cases.
29/03/2022 £361,500 UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISIONER FOR REFUGEES This scheme, scheduled to last for two years (1/4/24-31/3/26), will fund UNHCRs important work in the UK and abroad. The Quality Protection Partnership component aims to improve the functioning, quality, fairness, efficiency, and integrity of the UK asylum system, in line with international best practice. The Asylum Capacity Support component aims to improve asylum processing in North Africa, which should reduce the onflow of people to Europe via dangerous routes. The scheme will support both the Prime Ministers 10 Point Plan to Tackle Illegal Migration and the Home Office strategic priorities, including: protecting vulnerable people and communities; and controlling migration.
25/03/2022 £39,500 BARNARDO'S The Home Office is seeking approval to spend £93,000 to establish a grant for Barnardos to test non-talking, creative therapies with children in their care who have experienced modern slavery. The grant will test new concepts that arent currently available through the NRM and ICTG Service ran by Barnardos to see how effective they are in improving a childs mental health and sleep. This grant will focus on children. Trauma in children can often resurface in sleep, causing nightmares and disturbed nights; sleep is essential to a childs ability to recover and build their resilience. Barnardos states that most of the children they have worked with in the ICTG Service have been affected by poor sleep and it is one of the areas affected most by traumatic journeys. Will be delivered through a Direct Grant Award. It is the most appropriate option to utilise the funding available within the timeframe set instead of running an open competition because Barnardos is a proven, trusted supplier of the Home Office and the current support provider for the ICTG service which provides independent advocacy for child victims of modern slavery. Providing the grant in this way will ensure consistency in a childs support and will allow for minimal disruption to their recovery, ensuring their trauma is not amplified. The grant will be awarded as a 2-year grant, split into two phases. This form focuses on the first phase. The first phase (the development phase) will involve developing the online package of support in conjunction with child victims of modern slavery and professional therapists. The phases will be delivered from December 2021 to March 2022.
23/03/2022 £10,825,563 THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION, A THIRD SECTOR BODY Specifically, the IOM is funded to: Conduct Migration Health Assessments which are used to identify health and mobility issues and arrange corresponding tailored care, support and accommodation arrangements for the refugee families on arrival in the UK Pre-departure medical screening to confirm refugees are fit to fly to the UK Pre-departure cultural orientation preparing refugees for the changes they can expect in UK A range of services organising and facilitating visa and travel requirements
23/03/2022 £57,780 CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 CROYDON COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 ENFIELD COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £49,961 GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £46,820 HULL CITY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £50,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,078 LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £50,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £10,893 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £50,000 NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £50,000 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £41,433 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £12,500 OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £49,960 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £46,605 SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £10,576 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £15,250 WILTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL We are aiming to test whether determining if a child is a victim of modern slavery within existing safeguarding structures is a better model for making modern slavery decisions for children; currently caseworkers in the Home Office make these decisions. This approach will enable decisions about whether a child is a victim of modern slavery to be made by those involved in their care and ensure the decisions made are closely aligned with the provision of local, needs-based support and any law enforcement response.
23/03/2022 £10,317,239 THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION, A THIRD SECTOR BODY Specifically, the IOM is funded to: Conduct Migration Health Assessments which are used to identify health and mobility issues and arrange corresponding tailored care, support and accommodation arrangements for the refugee families on arrival in the UK Pre-departure medical screening to confirm refugees are fit to fly to the UK Pre-departure cultural orientation preparing refugees for the changes they can expect in UK A range of services organising and facilitating visa and travel requirements
18/03/2022 £3,658,000 NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY This grant will fund the NCA to carry out critical work to ensure they are able to operate effectively with international partners in a post-EU world. This funding will go towards three projects:The creation of the Joint Operating Model (JOM). The JOM will be a UK-wide system, with a single entity at its heart. It will be formed by combining international law enforcement capabilities currently housed in the NCA and International Crime Coordination Centre (ICCC);Development of the International Criminal Case Management System (ICCM). The ICCM will support the delivery of Extradition, INTERPOL, Prüm and Europol for UK law enforcement. It will also support the delivery of the International Law Enforcement Alerts Platform (I-LEAP);Resourcing required to discharge the mandatory function of Prüm National Point of Contact for Step 2 (intelligence exchange) on behalf of the UK as defined in the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) (MTA funding). In parallel, work is on-going to complete the full automated operational capability process that supports the Step 2 process. Both funding streams are a continuation of funding awarded in the previous financial year.
18/03/2022 £300,000 MAYOR OF GREATER MANCHESTER The hubs main functions are to provide expert case management and victim support in relation to hate crime online. The hub seeks to ensure online cases are effectively investigated and to drive up prosecutions for online hate crimes. Specially trained officers liaise with the victim/individual reporting and use their knowledge of online hate crime to collect relevant evidence that will be needed by the CPS to bring a prosecution. They also work with the content providers to remove content where appropriate. Wherever possible, evidence and any preliminary investigative work to identify the perpetrator is then be allocated to the police force in the victims local area to take forward the investigation. The hub provides local forces with guidance or specialist knowledge. This provides victims with a better service, greater central understanding of the issue and makes it more likely that prosecutions can be brought.
18/03/2022 £5,870,950 BLUELIGHT COMMERCIAL LIMITED To fund the establishment of BlueLight Commercial, a new company to re-shape and enhance police procurement and commercial functions. Delivery of BlueLight Commercial was a condition imposed by HM Treasury on the Home Offices 2019 Spending Round settlement and the 2020/21 Police Funding Settlement. BlueLight Commercial aims to establish itself as a new sector-led national entity that will work seamlessly with Force commercial teams located regionally or locally. The new organisation will deliver greater efficiencies through procurement of some key categories at a national level and increase revenue generation through, for example, better cost recovery. It will deliver strategic supplier management to maximise buying power, reduce contract leakage and drive improvement across the most important suppliers throughout the commercial lifecycle and bring together cross-force data and best practice to improve local decision making. It will also build the capacity and credibility of the Commercial Profession, raise the commercial capability at all levels, and develop commercial as a strategic risk-based business function delivering the best value and maximising the benefits to the front line rather than a compliance focused discipline focussed on lowest price. The Company will also develop a Shared Services Centre of Excellence to develop a longer-term road-map for convergence on back-office systems and reduce transaction price variation in the short-term.
18/03/2022 £1,708,927 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR DRUGS AND CRIME (UNODC) This grant is to financially and strategically support the implementation of the UNODC Western Balkans Serious and Organised Crime programme. This programme for FY 21/22 will incorporate 2 individual projects strands: 1. UNODC Asset Recovery programme (continuation from FY 19/20) 2. UNODC Regional coordinator post (continuation from FY 18/19). CSSF funding has been allocated from the Western Balkans (WB) Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) Portfolio (FCO Regional board) to the £10.2m Western Balkans Serious Organised Crime (SOC) programme (Home Office accountable) to increase the Western Balkans capacity to tackle SOC and reducing the threat to the UK. The CSSF is the main cross-HMG financing vehicle for delivery of NSC objectives in the Western Balkans, specifically Objective 1 to reduce the impact on UK from Serious Organised Crime and terrorism and to build resilience within the region to tackle its own problems. The objectives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) projects are to: 1. Asset recovery programme - Taking a full spectrum approach, using diplomatic, policy, strategy, operational tools and UK leadership to address asset recovery gaps improve PURSUE objectives, working with UNODC and UK Embassy/Post in Sarajevo. 2. Western Balkans Regional Coordinator a UK secondment to UNODC to strengthen delivery of the UNODC SOC programmes across the region, including regional internal security governance Pillar III of the IISG.
18/03/2022 £300,000 MAYOR OF GREATER MANCHESTER The hubs main functions are to provide expert case management and victim support in relation to hate crime online. The hub seeks to ensure online cases are effectively investigated and to drive up prosecutions for online hate crimes. Specially trained officers liaise with the victim/individual reporting and use their knowledge of online hate crime to collect relevant evidence that will be needed by the CPS to bring a prosecution. They also work with the content providers to remove content where appropriate. Wherever possible, evidence and any preliminary investigative work to identify the perpetrator is then be allocated to the police force in the victims local area to take forward the investigation. The hub provides local forces with guidance or specialist knowledge. This provides victims with a better service, greater central understanding of the issue and makes it more likely that prosecutions can be brought.
14/03/2022 £4,999,999 UNICEF At the WePROTECT Summit in December 2014, the then UK Prime Minister David Cameron committed publicly to working with UNICEF to establish a new global child protection fund. In 2015/16 the UK pledged the first £10 million to this fund, and by 2016/17 EVAC to End Violence Against Children (EVAC) had been established. It is now a multi-donor trust fund with UNICEF as the host, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular to target 16.2 and associated targets which seek to end all violence against children. The UK has since invested a further £44.8m since 2016, and is seeking to continue our contribution for this financial year with an additional £4.99m
14/03/2022 £7,890,000 UNICEF At the WePROTECT Summit in December 2014, the then UK Prime Minister David Cameron committed publicly to working with UNICEF to establish a new global child protection fund. In 2015/16 the UK pledged the first £10 million to this fund, and by 2016/17 EVAC to End Violence Against Children (EVAC) had been established. It is now a multi-donor trust fund with UNICEF as the host, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular to target 16.2 and associated targets which seek to end all violence against children. The UK has since invested a further £44.8m since 2016, and is seeking to continue our contribution for this financial year with an additional £4.99m
11/03/2022 £148,000 GALOP (G) The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £125,000 VICTIM SUPPORT The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £125,000 SIGNHEALTH The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £50,000 HOURGLASS (SAFER AGEING) The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £100,000 SURVIVING ECONOMIC ABUSE The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £512,000 SAFELIVES The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £59,116 RAPE CRISIS ENGLAND & WALES The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £60,000 SAFELINE WARWICK The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £78,796 THE SURVIVORS TRUST The Interpersonal Abuse Unit (IAU) is currently funding organisations which provide vital support for victims of VAWG crimes and their families. This grant will extend these services until we have completed a competition to ensure VFM and secure multi year funding to run alongside the 3 yr SR.We are seeking approval to ensure that key services for the successful implementation of the Home Office VAWG and DA Strategies (henceforth referred to as the Strategies) is not dropped whilst an associated competition is run. The key service covered by this business case is the specialised by and for services to support victims of VAWG and in particular victims with greater vulnerabilities. We propose this to be delivered by directly funding of 9 organisations for 8 months with a 2 month break clause by which point a competition would have been run; with the break clause allowing us to move more quickly should we be able to expedite the competition.
11/03/2022 £322,151 BARNARDOS (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £239,046 STOCKPORT METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £217,934 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £203,000 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £175,482 VICTIM SUPPORT To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £160,218 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £150,000 BLACK COUNTRY WOMEN'S AID To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £87,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
11/03/2022 £24,767 NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL 1 (G) To Meet the Prime Minister's aim to transform the Government's approach to Domestic Abuse. The strategic aims are to: - promote awareness - to put domestic abuse at the top of everyone's agenda, and raise public and professionals' awareness - protect and support - to enhance the safety of victims and support that they receive - pursue and deter 0 to provide an effective response to perpetrators from initial agency response through to conviction and management of offenders, including rehabilitation - improve performance - to drive consistency and better performance in the response to domestic abuse across all local areas, agencies and sectors
08/03/2022 £790,000 ICPO-INTERPOL To provide the funding which is necessary for I-CORE to be developed in accordance with INTERPOLs project plans. The grant will deliver value for money by investing in a well-established programme run by an internationally recognised and respected organisation which leads in tackling global crime.
08/03/2022 £264,803 COLLEGE OF POLICING To provide funding to support police officers and staff undertaking academic study relevant to their role. This aligns with the Colleges aim to develop evidence-based knowledge across the service, increasing practitioner confidence about research by increasing their skills and expertise in both critical thinking and the research process. It will support the professional development and learning of officers and staff, making it easier for them to receive recognition for their expertise and progress their careers.
04/03/2022 £120,000 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL The outcome will be to allow the project from Plymouth City Council for RTOF to go ahead and the outcomes are to enable the Plymouth project to: embed structures, processes and activities that promote a coordinated approach to the management and strategic governance of the project; resource Plymouth staff to co-ordinate liaison with the Home Office and the Home Offices contractors for the evaluation of the project, and sharing learning with other council departments and corporate partners; meet, in part, the Home Secretarys objective to providing integration and self-sufficiency support, including tailored and flexible employment support to refugees as set out in the New Plan for Immigration. The Plymouth Refugee Opportunities project will enable us to test a new and innovative approach to supporting new refugees who have been granted status following a successful asylum claim, and will involve coordinated refugee service provision, across the region with service providers who are new to working in partnership. The focus will be on outcomes relating to employment/self-employment, stable housing, and wider integration and enable refugees in Plymouth to access secure, long-term housing, gain access to employment opportunities, education and for integration into UK society. Refugee communities in Plymouth are small compared to other dispersal areas, however it is critical to the success of the Plymouth Refugee Opportunities (PRO) project that despite lower numbers, the same level of management, initial set-up costs, data management, analysis and strategic governance are maintained to ensure successful outcome delivery. Economies of scale achievable with either larger dispersal numbers or multiple geographic areas cannot be realised and therefore an additional grant is requested from the Home Office of £120,000 to support this to make the model viable. The funding outlined in this document will enable the recipients delivery of an enabling function: £120,000 to fund the recipients ongoing operating expenditure, direct staff costs, travel and subsistence, and real estate costs required to deliver the project.
04/03/2022 £107,000 GWENT POLICE The aim of the project is to provide an evidential base for both Government policy and operational policing, to understand the current status of stolen goods markets. The research will focus on markets associated with the sale and distribution of goods obtained in volume neighbourhood acquisitive offences personal robbery, theft of and from personal vehicles, theft from the person, and domestic burglary, with secondary focus on metal, agricultural and other volume thefts that may arise in the course of the work with a view to identifying ways in which resources may be directed towards reducing the profitability of crime through formulating more effective policing and regulatory strategies. It will focus on how we can, in partnership with policing and other partners, reduce the harm neighbourhood crime has on the public.
03/03/2022 £8,000 £3,412,618 RESPECT The primary aim of this funding is to allow Respect, on behalf of the Drive Partnership to provide expert support and advice to an independent organisation in the development of a national standards framework document for perpetrator interventions.
03/03/2022 £93,000 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY This project is designed to deliver this outcome in line with the 4P approach. This will be the first large-scale international SOC Prevent intervention. The project aims to divert young people in target communities who are at risk, or already involved in SOC, away from SOC to an alternative pathway. The aim of the project is to reduce to reduce the threats we face from serious and organised crime group in Albania by addressing the risk factors that increases the likelihood of people joining SOC. This will be achieved through activities that will support: 1. Young People at risk in target communities express an intention to follow an alternative pathway (Prevent Intervention). 2. Core agencies work in partnership to tackle the harm and impact of SOC locally. 3. Local officials help divert young people away from SOC. 4. Community police officers deliver more effective neighbourhood policing built on effective engagement and consultation with communities.
03/03/2022 £93,000 OFFICE FOR THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER OF NORFOLK This project is designed to deliver this outcome in line with the 4P approach. This will be the first large-scale international SOC Prevent intervention. The project aims to divert young people in target communities who are at risk, or already involved in SOC, away from SOC to an alternative pathway. The aim of the project is to reduce to reduce the threats we face from serious and organised crime group in Albania by addressing the risk factors that increases the likelihood of people joining SOC. This will be achieved through activities that will support: 1. Young People at risk in target communities express an intention to follow an alternative pathway (Prevent Intervention). 2. Core agencies work in partnership to tackle the harm and impact of SOC locally. 3. Local officials help divert young people away from SOC. 4. Community police officers deliver more effective neighbourhood policing built on effective engagement and consultation with communities.
03/03/2022 £216,667 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY This project is designed to deliver this outcome in line with the 4P approach. This will be the first large-scale international SOC Prevent intervention. The project aims to divert young people in target communities who are at risk, or already involved in SOC, away from SOC to an alternative pathway. The aim of the project is to reduce to reduce the threats we face from serious and organised crime group in Albania by addressing the risk factors that increases the likelihood of people joining SOC. This will be achieved through activities that will support: 1. Young People at risk in target communities express an intention to follow an alternative pathway (Prevent Intervention). 2. Core agencies work in partnership to tackle the harm and impact of SOC locally. 3. Local officials help divert young people away from SOC. 4. Community police officers deliver more effective neighbourhood policing built on effective engagement and consultation with communities.
03/03/2022 £216,667 OFFICE FOR THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER OF NORFOLK This project is designed to deliver this outcome in line with the 4P approach. This will be the first large-scale international SOC Prevent intervention. The project aims to divert young people in target communities who are at risk, or already involved in SOC, away from SOC to an alternative pathway. The aim of the project is to reduce to reduce the threats we face from serious and organised crime group in Albania by addressing the risk factors that increases the likelihood of people joining SOC. This will be achieved through activities that will support: 1. Young People at risk in target communities express an intention to follow an alternative pathway (Prevent Intervention). 2. Core agencies work in partnership to tackle the harm and impact of SOC locally. 3. Local officials help divert young people away from SOC. 4. Community police officers deliver more effective neighbourhood policing built on effective engagement and consultation with communities.
25/02/2022 £4,982 HISTORIC ENGLAND LIMITED The aim of the marking project is to deliver practical solutions to protect heritage sites and communities from crime, and provide a means for police to investigate and identify stolen goods. It will provide policing and Government policy with an understanding and evidence of the effectiveness of mechanical marking as a practical measure to prevent and deter thefts. The grant will provide funding to Historic England to enable them to purchase specialist marking equipment and deliver training to partners on its use. The objective is to have trained subject matter experts who can use this equipment to provide a unique and visible identification marker to heritage metals to deter theft and disposal, particularly the removal of lead from church roofs.
25/02/2022 £3,793,101 MAYOR?S OFFICE FOR POLICING AND CRIME Provide the NPCC with funding for investment in science, technology, analysis, and research in policing.
24/02/2022 £200,000 GALOP The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
24/02/2022 £1,000,000 REFUGE The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
24/02/2022 £350,000 RESPECT The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
24/02/2022 £160,430 THE SUZY LAMPLUGH TRUST The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
24/02/2022 £150,000 SOUTH WEST GRID FOR LEARNING TRUST The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
24/02/2022 £165,000 KARMA NIRVANA The Home Office (HO) published a Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on 8 March 2016 setting out an ambitious programme to make tackling VAWG everybodys business, ensure victims and survivors get the support they need and inspire confidence in the Criminal Justice System to bring more perpetrators to justice as well as doing more to rehabilitate offenders. We have made real progress towards improving our support to victims, including by introducing a new offence of domestic abuse and one for failing to protect a girl from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); created two new stalking offences; criminalised forced marriage; introduced lifelong anonymity for victims of forced marriage and FGM; and introduced a new mandatory reporting duty on FGM. However, there is more we need to do to truly tackle this crime and combat more emerging and less well understood variant of it. The scale of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is vast: approximately 700,000 people aged 16 to 59 were victims of a sexual assault in the year ending March 2018. In the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse and 1 in 5 sexual assault during their lifetime That is why this government has publicly committed to publishing a new Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy this Summer that will align our response to the 21st century threats we now face. To inform this strategy, the Home Office launched a high-profile VAWG Call for Evidence which received over 180,000 responses from victims, survivors, members of the public, the sector and academics. These responses will ensure we can put victims at the heart of our response, and we have set aside funding for delivery of VAWG commitments that will be published in our new VAWG strategy for later this year. We will also be publishing a new Domestic Abuse strategy later this year that will sit alongside the VAWG strategy and help deliver a truly comprehensive response to crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls. As part of our commitment to combat VAWG, the HO currently funds seven helplines to provide advice and support to female, male, and LGBT victims of domestic abuse, victims of stalking, victims of so called honour-based abuse and perpetrators of domestic abuse. The purpose of the project is to fund accessible advice/support services for victims of domestic violence and abuse, and specialist support for other victims. These services are essential to help reduce the harm caused and provide victims with life-lines for support and guidance.
21/02/2022 £404,847 RESET REFUGEES AND COMMUNITIES LIMITED The purpose of the Funding is three-fold: to support community groups to deliver high quality resettlement support for refugees through Community Sponsorship, leading to positive outcomes for both refugees and local communities; to grow the existing Community Sponsorship scheme, enabling community groups to sponsor more refugees; to develop and implement a sustainable civil society led approach to delivering Community Sponsorship that engages the whole of society.
21/02/2022 £500,000 RESET REFUGEES AND COMMUNITIES LIMITED The purpose of the Funding is three-fold:to support community groups to deliver high quality resettlement support for refugees through Community Sponsorship, leading to positive outcomes for both refugees and local communities;to grow the existing Community Sponsorship scheme, enabling community groups to sponsor more refugees;to develop and implement a sustainable civil society led approach to delivering Community Sponsorship that engages the whole of society.
14/02/2022 £3,000 £35,182,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS This grant will allow The Royal College of General Practitioners to remove the paywall for their e-learning module on Prevent. By removing the paywall and enabling access to non-membership users, we hope to see an increase in user-uptake, allowing a wider cohort of health-care practitioners to be trained in delivering Prevent. This will have a significant benefit on the CT system, especially in terms of risk reduction.
08/02/2022 £1,500,000 DEVON CORNWALL POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER Funding for 2021/22 to support Devon and Cornwall Police to continue to run the Modern Slavery and Organised Immigration Crime (MSOIC) Unit, which leads the national response to tackle modern slavery and organised immigration crime.Dedicated strategic objectives and deliverables have been agreed with the MSOIC Unit and the grant will deliver improvements to the current police response to modern slavery and organised immigration crime. This will ensure police forces understand how to identify, share intelligence and investigate both crimes to enhance the national response, so that victims are safeguarded and offenders are brought to justice. The outcomes of these objectives will lead to better use of legislative tools and financial investigations to disrupt activity and drive up prosecutions. The MSOIC Unit will also support Home Office led work to implement measures set out in the New Plan for Immigration, which include reviewing the modern slavery strategy and improving victim engagement in the criminal justice process. The long-term aim is to ensure that all forces have appropriate structures and expertise embedded by the end of the grant period.Additional funding from MSU underspend has been allocated under this grant to support forces to purchase licences for web scraping tools to extract intelligence from Adult Service Websites (ASWs) to identify risk and vulnerability linked to human trafficking and online sexual exploitation (which the MSOIC Unit will facilitate)
08/02/2022 £1,400,000 DEVON CORNWALL POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER Funding for 2021/22 to support Devon and Cornwall Police to continue to run the Modern Slavery and Organised Immigration Crime (MSOIC) Unit, which leads the national response to tackle modern slavery and organised immigration crime.Dedicated strategic objectives and deliverables have been agreed with the MSOIC Unit and the grant will deliver improvements to the current police response to modern slavery and organised immigration crime. This will ensure police forces understand how to identify, share intelligence and investigate both crimes to enhance the national response, so that victims are safeguarded and offenders are brought to justice. The outcomes of these objectives will lead to better use of legislative tools and financial investigations to disrupt activity and drive up prosecutions. The MSOIC Unit will also support Home Office led work to implement measures set out in the New Plan for Immigration, which include reviewing the modern slavery strategy and improving victim engagement in the criminal justice process. The long-term aim is to ensure that all forces have appropriate structures and expertise embedded by the end of the grant period.Additional funding from MSU underspend has been allocated under this grant to support forces to purchase licences for web scraping tools to extract intelligence from Adult Service Websites (ASWs) to identify risk and vulnerability linked to human trafficking and online sexual exploitation (which the MSOIC Unit will facilitate)
07/02/2022 £228,539 OFFICE OF THE WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER The Government are investing in training for Police which aims to increase understanding of the nature of domestic abuse and other VAWG related crimes. The overall aim of the funding is to provide the College of Policing with funding to pilot and evaluate the additional module of the Domestic Abuse Matters training that we funded them to develop in FY 22/23 and provide those forces who are yet to undertake the Domestic Abuse Matters training with a funding amount to contribute towards the cost of the training to support them in completing this in order to assist forces in better understanding how to respond to domestic abuse and CCB. This Grant funds a contribution to the College of Policing and 8 police forces via a direct award.
07/02/2022 £45,408 POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR WILTSHIRE The Government are investing in training for Police which aims to increase understanding of the nature of domestic abuse and other VAWG related crimes. The overall aim of the funding is to provide the College of Policing with funding to pilot and evaluate the additional module of the Domestic Abuse Matters training that we funded them to develop in FY 22/23 and provide those forces who are yet to undertake the Domestic Abuse Matters training with a funding amount to contribute towards the cost of the training to support them in completing this in order to assist forces in better understanding how to respond to domestic abuse and CCB. This Grant funds a contribution to the College of Policing and 8 police forces via a direct award.
03/02/2022 £53,000 GWENT POLICE The aim of the project is to provide an evidential base for both Government policy and operational policing, to understand the current status of stolen goods markets. The research will focus on markets associated with the sale and distribution of goods obtained in volume neighbourhood acquisitive offences personal robbery, theft of and from personal vehicles, theft from the person, and domestic burglary, with secondary focus on metal, agricultural and other volume thefts that may arise in the course of the work with a view to identifying ways in which resources may be directed towards reducing the profitability of crime through formulating more effective policing and regulatory strategies. It will focus on how we can, in partnership with policing and other partners, reduce the harm neighbourhood crime has on the public.
02/02/2022 £151,027 £3,153,028 MISSING PEOPLE LIMITED The purpose of this funding is to assist the charity to meet the costs associated with a significant rise in demand for their services during this financial year, generated from the increased number of referrals received from the police. This Grant will support the following services: - targeted publicity services to find missing children and adults - running thE TextSafe® service to reach out, support and safeguard vulnerable missing adults & children
02/02/2022 £187,813 MISSING PEOPLE LIMITED The purpose of this funding is to assist the charity to meet the costs associated with a significant rise in demand for their services during this financial year, generated from the increased number of referrals received from the police. This Grant will support the following services: - targeted publicity services to find missing children and adults - running thE TextSafe® service to reach out, support and safeguard vulnerable missing adults & children
27/01/2022 £237,225 VOICE 4 CHANGE In March 2020 the Home Secretary announced a £500,000 Community Fund for community and grassroots organisations to help promote and raise awareness of the Windrush Scheme and Windrush Compensation Scheme. The Community Fund was then opened for applications in December 2020. By providing this funding the Community Fund will support the Home Office in its commitments to right the wrongs for the Windrush generation by increasing the support to community groups and those operating at a local grassroots level and reaching more individuals, families and communities that may have been affected.
26/01/2022 £269,729 METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE To fulfil the Home Offices obligation to pay the pensions of (or in respect of) former Metropolitan Police Commissioners and the widows of former Metropolitan Police Commissioners.
26/01/2022 £10,965 WARWICKSHIRE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER To fulfil the Home Offices obligation to pay the pension in respect a former Police Officer who died on central service.
26/01/2022 £277,877 METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE To fulfil the Home Offices obligation to pay the pensions of (or in respect of) former Metropolitan Police Commissioners and the widows of former Metropolitan Police Commissioners.
26/01/2022 £11,278 WARWICKSHIRE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER To fulfil the Home Offices obligation to pay the pension in respect a former Police Officer who died on central service.
24/01/2022 £1,100,000 NATIONAL FIRE CHIEFS COUNCIL Using national advertising to raise awareness of fire prevention and promote fire safer behaviours has been part of Government's strategy to reduce the likelihood and impact of fires in the home since 1988. It forms a vital part of the Fire Kills campaign, the national fire safety campaign, designed, developed and delivered in close collaboration with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) and local fire and rescue services (FRSs). National advertising provides the opportunity to reach a large audience with a simple and effective smoke alarm message, while adding weight and supporting FRSs in their local community fire safety activity. Over the time of the national advertising, smoke alarm ownership has risen from 8% in 1988, to 91% and deaths from dwelling fires are at historically low levels. Maintaining the high levels of smoke alarm ownership, while encouraging people to make sure they are in good working order, plays an integral role in maintaining the low levels of fires and associated casualties. Commissioning the NFCC to deliver the advertising will enable the advertising content and delivery plans to better align with and support local delivery, while drawing more on the sector's expertise and insight.
24/01/2022 £1,180,000 NATIONAL FIRE CHIEFS COUNCIL Using national advertising to raise awareness of fire prevention and promote fire safer behaviours has been part of Government's strategy to reduce the likelihood and impact of fires in the home since 1988. It forms a vital part of the Fire Kills campaign, the national fire safety campaign, designed, developed and delivered in close collaboration with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) and local fire and rescue services (FRSs). National advertising provides the opportunity to reach a large audience with a simple and effective smoke alarm message, while adding weight and supporting FRSs in their local community fire safety activity. Over the time of the national advertising, smoke alarm ownership has risen from 8% in 1988, to 91% and deaths from dwelling fires are at historically low levels. Maintaining the high levels of smoke alarm ownership, while encouraging people to make sure they are in good working order, plays an integral role in maintaining the low levels of fires and associated casualties. Commissioning the NFCC to deliver the advertising will enable the advertising content and delivery plans to better align with and support local delivery, while drawing more on the sector's expertise and insight.
19/01/2022 £114,254 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM) The UK government is seeking to develop post arrival reception services to support to all those returning to Zimbabwe. By providing reception assistance, including (but not limited to): pre-departure information provision, meet and greet services, onward transportation to final destination, temporary accommodation, hygiene kits, cash grant, counselling and signposting for further support and documentation, the project aims to address some of the immediate needs and challenges of those returning to Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe has been identified as a priority return country and an informal Readmission Agreement (UK Zimbabwe Returns Framework) between the UK and the Government of Zimbabwe has been agreed. A key element of that agreement is that the UK provide return and reintegration support to returning nationals to ease pressure on local infrastructures and services.
19/01/2022 £71,118 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM) The UK government is seeking to develop post arrival reception services to support to all those returning to Zimbabwe. By providing reception assistance, including (but not limited to): pre-departure information provision, meet and greet services, onward transportation to final destination, temporary accommodation, hygiene kits, cash grant, counselling and signposting for further support and documentation, the project aims to address some of the immediate needs and challenges of those returning to Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe has been identified as a priority return country and an informal Readmission Agreement (UK Zimbabwe Returns Framework) between the UK and the Government of Zimbabwe has been agreed. A key element of that agreement is that the UK provide return and reintegration support to returning nationals to ease pressure on local infrastructures and services.
14/01/2022 £50,000 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME Support for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime Early Warning Advisory, which is the only global database of trends in the market for new psychoactive substances (legal highs). The funds will be used to enhance the capacity of that database, to update the EWA public webpage revision and include interactive data presentations. The funding will also be used to research on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS), drafting and reviewing the Global SMART Update vol. 27, which will be valuable to UK efforts to reduce drug harms.
05/01/2022 £99,168 ADVOCACY AFTER FATAL DOMESTIC ABUSE As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £38,067 NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL 1 (G) As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £66,500 £43,373,000 VICTIM SUPPORT As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £50,900 £2,184,336 GALOP (G) As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £37,400 £41,427,495 HESTIA HOUSING AND SUPPORT As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £161,779 £1,488,488 HOURGLASS (SAFER AGEING) As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £21,000 £483,196 KARMA NIRVANA As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £307,874 £25,298,237 REFUGE As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £64,500 £3,412,618 RESPECT As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £20,840 £4,945,485 SIGNHEALTH As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £92,000 £1,333,664 SURVIVING ECONOMIC ABUSE As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £58,740 THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR NORTHUMBRIA (G) As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
05/01/2022 £60,711 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM (G) As committed in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, the Home Office will provide an additional £1.5 million funding for 'by and for' service provision and further increase funding for valuable specialist services for victims of violence against women and girls. £300,000 of the £1.5 million has already been provided to increase the £2 million Specialist Fund (2021-22) launched by the Ministry of Justice with Comic Relief. The remainder £1.2 million will be provided for exitsing IAU grant recipients to help build the capacity of smaller, specialist by and for organisations supporting survivors of VAWG, who are from ethnic minorities, disabled, or are LGBT
23/12/2021 £17,378 THE FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS? ASSOCIATION This grant will enable the Football Supporters Association (FSA) to deliver their fans embassy information and advice service to travelling England and Wales fans at overseas matches and tournaments. Its key objectives are reducing the likelihood of travelling England and Wales fans involvement in football-related disorder overseas or of being a victim of crime.
22/12/2021 £18,469 LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE The project will provide an accurate estimate of the number of migrant victims and survivors of domestic abuse with No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) in the UK, as well as an estimate of the potential cost to extend support to those within this group who need it. The overarching aim is to support the Domestic Abuse Commissioners priority to improve the provision of support for non-British national victims and survivors of domestic abuse. The potential provider will be required to provide a policy report containing the research findings and recommendations for government to deliver the support needed for victims and survivors with NRPF. The potential provider is expected to be ready and able to commence delivery of the stated outcomes on 01 October 2021. This research will be delivered in June 2022 with key findings fed into the Domestic Abuse Commissioners Office (DAC Office) throughout the process.
17/12/2021 £327 ABERDEENSHIRE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 ANGUS COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 ARGYLL & BUTE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BOLTON MBC 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BRACKNELL FOREST BC (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BRENT COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BRIDGEND COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 BURY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CAERPHILLY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CALDERDALE MBC (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CARDIFF COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CARMARTHENSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CEREDIGION COUNTY COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CITY AND COUNTY OF SWANSEA 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CITY OF EDINBURGH (THE) (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CITY OF STOKE ON TRENT (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CLACKMANNANSHIRE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CONWY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CORPORATION OF LONDON (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 COUNCIL OF THE ISLES OF SCILLY (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CROYDON COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DARLINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DERBY CITY COUNCIL1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DONCASTER MBC 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DUDLEY MBC (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST AYRSHIRE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST LOTHIAN COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST RENFREWSHIRE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 FALKIRK COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 FIFE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 GATESHEAD COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 GWYNEDD COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COMMUNITY (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HARTLEPOOL COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HIGHLAND COUNCIL (THE) (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 HSC HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE BOARD (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 INVERCLYDE COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNTY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 KIRKLEES METROPOLITAN COUNCIL 2 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL 1 (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
17/12/2021 £327 LONDON BOROUGH HAVERING (G) Under the terms of the Dublin III Regulation the UK considers requests from European Member States for unaccompanied children applying to join family in the UK whilst their asylum applications are heard. These funding requested is to fund local authorities in conducting assessment of the UK family circumstances to establish whether it is in the best interests of the child to transfer to the UK. This process involves the UK relative being visited by a social worker and a detailed report being provided to the Home Office. The project will also strengthen the National Transfer Scheme to undertake a fairer and more equitable distribution of UASC across local authorities. Aiming to relieve pressure from overburdened authorities and ensuring appropriate care and support for UASC is received in the UK.
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