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New Beginnings: a practical guide to setting up a Community Parenting Scheme

The South Side Family Project is a community-based project which recruits and trains local parents to offer counselling and befriending support to other parents who are experiencing a range of family problems and difficulties.

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Reducing Neighbourhood Crime

Relatively few local crime and disorder strategies identify specific neighbourhoods as a priority for action. The case for doing so is, however, strong and growing. 40% of crime takes place in 10% of
neighbourhoods…

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Welcome to Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime
prevention initiatives ever. Behind it lies a simple idea, and a central value
shared by millions of people around the country: Getting together with your
neighbours to take action can cut local crime.

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Crime stories: A guide to communications strategies for community safety partnerships

Nacro Community safety practice briefing – July 2001
This guide has been written for community safety specialists and members of local crime reduction partnerships. It covers:
why communication is important, what a communications strategy should include,
and how to develop and implement a communications strategy

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Friends or strangers? Faith communities and community safety

Nacro Community safety practice briefing
Statutory guidance lays a duty on community safety partnerships to involve faith communities in their work. But what does this mean in practice? This
briefing is written for both community safety professionals and members of faith
communities.

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Better health, lower crime: briefing for NHS and partner agencies

Crime is a health issue. It affects the health of our communities and individuals within them directly and indirectly. Crime against health service staff, patients and property diverts resources away from health service provision. 

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Working with health services to reduce crime and disorder

By Crime Concern
There is a growing body of evidence about the links between crime and health. Crime can and often does damage health. Most obviously this is in the form of physical injuries such as those arising from violent attack. A wide variety of crimes can also affect the mental health of victims, both in the short and long-term. 

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Reducing Neighbourhood Crime

By Crime Concern
Relatively few local crime and disorder strategies identify specific neighbourhoods as a priority for action. The case for doing so is strong and growing.

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Better health, lower crime: briefing for NHS and partner agencies

Crime is a health issue. It affects the health of our communities and individuals within them directly and indirectly. Crime against health service staff, patients and property diverts resources away from health service provision. Reducing crime benefits health services.

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Partnership Support Programme: briefing papers

The following briefings have been published under the Partnership Support Programme funded by the Home Office and delivered by Crime Concern and NACRO. The programme offers a range of support services including health checks, briefings and regional training and development seminars.

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Criminal Justice System responses to rural crime

Overall, police funding is being increased with additional resources of
�1.25 billion over the next three years. The position of rural police forces
has improved steadily since 1997. In 1999-2000 their budgets increased on
average by 3.6%, compared with around 2.7% for the metropolitan forces.

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The use of information in the London Borough of Southwark: a case study

The following is a report of the presentation given by Stan Dubeck, Grants & Community Safety Manager, London Borough of Southwark, at the inaugural Information Sharing Network Conference, 10 September 2001.

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Hotspot map of all crime in Southwalk
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Camberwell beat buffer zone -reported
allegations of crime within buffer zone

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London ambulance assaults 2000/2001
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Section 115 of the Crime & Disorder Act
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Quarterly crime report to the Safer Southwalk partnership
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Total notifiable crime rates per 1000 population
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High volume monthly crime trends
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Southwark�s Crime & Disorder Strategy Targets
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The Role of Data in Securing External Investment
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