Presentation on theme: "Pan London Developments: Working with the Voluntary Sector Nicky Hill, Senior Programme Manager Lisa Bellis, Senior Programme Manager Safer London Foundation."— Presentation transcript:
Pan London Developments: Working with the Voluntary Sector Nicky Hill, Senior Programme Manager Lisa Bellis, Senior Programme Manager Safer London Foundation
Safer London Foundation Safer London Foundation is an independent charity delivering services around: Gangs & serious youth violence, Violence against women and girls Youth engagement We always work closely with statutory services with staff based in multi agency teams within several boroughs Key to our work is evaluating impact and influencing policy Delivering services in 15 London Boroughs
Safer London Foundation safer city Our vision is for London to be a safer city and for everyone living or working in the feel safebe safe capital to feel safe and be safe
Home Office: Women, Girls & Gangs Working Group Home Office: VAWG Stakeholder meeting London Gangs Forum MOPAC VAWG Working Group YPA Forum YPA Steering Group MPS Preventative Education Reference Group CSE Strategic Task/Working Groups Gangs Unit Project Board MAP / CSE Strategy Meetings Gangs Panel Meetings Bronze / Silver Groups CSE Operational Groups MARAC MISPER Panels Early Intervention Panels Pan London / Cross -BoroughIn Borough Partnerships & Engagement
Delivery Framework Prevention and Early Intervention projects Targeted Intervention and Exit Programmes SLF Youth Ambassadors Empower Intensive 1-1 Support Youth Engagement Borough / Ward Youth Panels Survey / Conference Aspire Young Peoples Advocates Safe and Secure Empower Education YOU.matter (uniformed groups inc. VPC) Young People involved in crime and /or victims Young People at Risk Young Ex-Offenders/Victims
Cross-borough gang exit programme, working in 15 boroughs Working with those at serious and imminent risk of gang related harm to relocate to a place of safety and exit gang life for good Builds on local partnerships and knowledge Uses a bespoke housing pathway to allow for pan-London resettlement Incorporates a challenging transformational change programme Risk assessment, management, joint work and communication are key
Aspire supports 16-25 year olds that are ex- offenders or gang-associated or those who are considered at risk of gang association/offending. Aspire pairs young people with trained mentors who support them to engage with employment, education and/or training, and helps them maintain this engagement.
6 stranded programme for young people experiencing sexual violence or exploitation 1)Intensive 1:1 Support 2)Young Peoples Advocates 3)Education programme for young women at risk 4)Education programme for young men 5)Parents workshops 6)Professionals training
Co-located Team YOS / Young Hackney Safer London ProbationAnalysts Community Safety Gangs Police EducationSpecialist Police Teams Local Borough Police Youth Services Troubled Families Childrens Social Care Health: sexual health, CAMHS, drug & alcohol, A&E, school nurses Housing VCS: gender specific/gangs specific services
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