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Volunteering and Community Activity Today: Material Assembled for the Active Community Cross-Cutting Review 1999 – 2000

As part of the 2000 Spending Review, the Government set up a series of cross cutting reviews to look at issues that might benefit from a joint approach across two or more government departments.

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Report of the Policy Action Team on Community Self-Help

The Policy Action Team on Community Self-Help is one of eighteen established to take forward the work in the Social Exclusion Unit report Bringing Britain together. The work of the eighteen teams will feed into a national strategy for neighbourhood renewal.

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Neighbourhood Wardens: An Overview

Home Office Crime Reduction Research Series Paper 2 (November 1999) by Jessica Jacobson & Esther Saville.
The Social Exclusion Unit’s report ‘Bringing Britain Together’ analysed the problems facing the most deprived places in the country.

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Compensation for Victims of Violent Crime: Possible changes to the criminal injuries compensation scheme

This consultation paper explains in detail the Government’s proposals for possible changes to the criminal injuries compensation scheme. In addition, it is a useful reference document about how the scheme operates.

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Local Child Curfews Guidance Document
Working Draft

This guidance contains advice to local authorities and the police on the provision under section 14 and 15 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 as amended by sections 48 and 49 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001, on the operation of local child curfew schemes. 

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Keeping Young People Safe and Out of Trouble

Joining up the community safety and youth offending agendas
The idea that there should be collective responsibility to prevent youth offending, now firmly established, is shared by a range of public and voluntary sector agencies, as well as the wider community. Equally it is recognised that there is a need to join up and improve services for children and young people. 

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DfEE Circular 10/1999 – Social Exclusion: Pupil Support

DfEE Circular 10/1999 explains the law and good practice on pupil behaviour and discipline; reducing the risk of disaffection; school attendance and registration; detention; proper use of exclusion: and re-integration of excluded pupils. 

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