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  • We Are With You
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    We Are With You

    Children are referred into this project by the police at the point of arrest when they are found in possession of a class B or class C drug.

    Funding:

    £964,513

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Violence Reduction Unit, Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    Violence Reduction Unit, Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

    The programme uses the moment a child is brought into the police custody suite to support and engage them in a range of activities to reduce their risk of future violent offending.

    Funding:

    £1,433,125

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Pilot study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Salford Foundation
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    Salford Foundation

    The programme pairs young people with a youth worker for six months, following referral from Greater Manchester Police.

    Funding:

    £1,397,941

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress

    Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

    The programme works with young people, aged between 10 and 15 years-old who come into police custody due to violent behaviour.

    Funding:

    £1,391,283

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study, Pilot study, Efficacy study, Pilot study
    In progress
  • Imperial College London
    Launch grant round
    In progress

    Imperial College London

    The project uses real-life inspired simulations and interactive role-plays to educate young people about knife crime and its consequences.

    Funding:

    £901,744

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Feasibility study
    In progress
  • London Borough of Lambeth
    Launch grant round
    In progress

    London Borough of Lambeth

    The project works with young people when they enter police custody, utilising that ‘teachable moment’ to engage them in a 12-week programme.

    Funding:

    £778,863

    Activity type:

    Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study, Feasibility study, Pilot study
    In progress
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