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Neighbourhood Wardens Scheme Implementation Plan Guidance

Although this guidance refers to previous schemes, it remains good practice for reference purposes

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CONTENTS
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1. INTRODUCTION
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2. IDENTIFYING COMMUNITY NEEDS AND PROBLEMS
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3. DEVELOPING A RESPONSE TO LOCAL PROBLEMS
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4. SCHEME DEVELOPMENT
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5. ACTION PLANS
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6. RISK ASSESSMENT
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7. MONITORING, ANNUAL REVIEW AND EVALUATION
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8. FINANCES
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Appendix A
“Working the Beat” – Fundamental Principles drawn up by ACPO
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Appendix B
General Principles
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Dalston Youth Project Part II (11 – 14) An Evaluation

Home Office Research Study 232
This report on the Dalston Youth project II (DYP II) describes a new and innovative approach to working with children aged 11 – 14 years who are at risk of being excluded from school, by offering them mentoring support, combined with supplementary education. 

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Empowering young people in rural Suffolk

Home Office Research Study 234
This research paper outlines a project set up as a result of concerns raised by rural youth workers in Suffolk about the lack of facilities for young people, and the young people’s feelings of powerlessness within the community. These factors have led to increased acts of vandalism and deteriorating relationships between the young people and the adults in the area. 

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Can mentors help primary school children with behaviour problems?

Final Report of the three-year evaluation of Project CHANCE carried out by the Thomas Coram Research Unit between March 1997 and 2000
This report provides a summary of the evaluation of project CHANCE, which was set up in 1996 and is a community-based intervention programme designed to prevent potential long-term antisocial behaviour, social exclusion and criminal offending. 

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Youth Action Plus Quarterly Report October – December 2001

The Youth Action Plus programme is an innovative project set up within Crime Concern with the aim of encouraging young people to become more involved in tackling crime and community safety issues and making them feel more of a part of their community.

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Findings of the Independent evaluation of Safe Schools by CSC Regeneration and Research Consultants Jan 2001

All of the projects reviewed in depth have been successful in achieving their overall aims and objectives. The degree of success has been varied, but all young people involved have expressed their positive experiences of being involved and the fact that it has had a positive effect on other areas of their
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Youth Offender Panel Recruitment Drive

The Youth Justice Board and the Home Office have jointly initiated a campaign to recruit five thousand volunteers to join youth offender panels. From April 2002 these panels will make contracts with young first-time offenders and their families to make a schedule of activities and restrictions which will be aimed at making reparations for the crime committed and prevent re-offending.

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Final Warning Scheme: Further Guidance for the Police and Youth Offending Teams

The final warning scheme was introduced by the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 and was designed to:

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