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Community Safety Partnership Spending 2015/16

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COMMUNITY SAFETY PARTNERSHIP SPENDING 2015/16

The Police and Crime Commissioner approved the allocation of funding from the Community Safety Fund 2015/16 on 5th June, 2015 – Decision ref: 2015-15, Appendix.

Here are the details of how some of that funding has supported the district level delivery of community safety programmes in Lancashire.

Partnership Spending

Fylde Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£5,000

Who received the funding:

AFC Fylde

Purpose:

FYLDE ADULT COMMUNITY RE-INTEGRATION PROGRAMME
This project is targeted at young adults, over the age of 18 to reduce re-offending within Fylde. The programme will work with adults referred into the scheme and aims to re-integrate them back into the community by each participant taking part in a range of activities.

Priorities Supported:

Reducing
Re-offending

 

Amount:

£4,965

Who received the funding:

FCWA
Fylde Coast Women’s Aid

Purpose:

SAFE PROJECT
This project will help FCWA to invest in building new links with other organisations locally and in other geographical areas. FCWA will also engage researchers ad professionals working in the field and establish links. All aiming to help victims of Domestic Abuse.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Hyndburn Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£1,220

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Constabulary

Purpose:

NIGHTSAFE HAVEN
Nightsafe Haven acts as a ‘one stop shop’ for those experiencing difficulties on a night out. It provides safeguarding for those who need it (water, blankets, flip-flops). St John’s ambulance staff are also available to treat the injured at the scene as well as a mobile police station to deal with reports of crime.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime and ASB & Protect Vulnerable People

 

Amount:

£2,000

Who received the funding:

Hyndburn Leisure

Purpose:

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Hyndburn Leisure delivered a 12 week Friday night football programme, for youngsters aged 14-19 years.

 

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£2,200

Who received the funding:

HARV

Purpose:

CONTINUATION – CLARE’S LAW PILOT
Clare’s Law is a new development within the domestic violence sector which allows an individual or their family to ask for information about their partner or prospective partner.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Lancaster Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£4,000

Who received the funding:

Strawberry Fields Training CIC

Purpose:

EASY (Early Action Supports You) PROJECT
This project aims to work with families who are identified as an Early Action/Help response. It will provide early and easy access to professional support for families.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Amount:

£5,664

Who received the funding:

Chelsea’s Choice

Purpose:

CHELSEA’S CHOICE
‘Chelsea’s Choice’ is a hard-hitting, 40 minute long Applied Theatre Production that has proven highly successful in raising awareness amongst young people of the issues surrounding Child Sexual Exploitation. The play is followed by a 20 – 30 minute (depending on available time) plenary session exploring the issues raised in the play. This will be offered to schools within the Lancaster District.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Preston Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£5,000

Who received the funding:

The Streetwise Forum

Purpose:

PARK IT 2015
This project targets youngsters within the Preston Communities and provides access to positive diversionary activities during the Summer Period.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£5,000

Who received the funding:

Preston Vocational Centre

Purpose

MENTORING AND SUPPORT PROGRAMME
This programme will deliver mentoring as a one-to-one relationship between mentor and service user. It targets identified youths and young adults who are vulnerable to gang and youth violence cultures and provides them with additional life skills.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime and ASB & Protect Vulnerable People

 

West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£1,500

Who received the funding:

West Lancs Borough Council

Purpose:

BRIGHT SPRAX – MISCHIEF NIGHT
Provide diversionary activities on Mischief Night (30th October) at 4 known ASB hot-spots in Skelmersdale.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£990.85

Who received the funding:

Preston City Council

Purpose:

CONTRIBUTION TO THE CSE TRAIN THE TRAINER PROGRAMME
West Lancs Borough Council’s contribution to the CSE Train the Trainer Programme

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Amount:

£1,500

Who received the funding:

West Lancs Borough Council

Purpose:

OPERATION NIGHTSAFE
Bring additional resources to the Town Centre on the busiest nights on the run up to Christmas.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£1,214.15

Who received the funding:

WPEH
Wellbeing Prevention and Early Help Service

Purpose

OCTOBER HALF TERM DIVERSIONARY PROJECT
Provide targeted youngsters from across Skelmersdale, particularly young people from the Digmoor, Tanhouse and Birch Green ward areas with diversionary activities.

Priorities Supported

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£600

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Constabulary

Purpose:

REDUCTION OF CYCLE THEFTS CAMPAIGN
Alpha Dot is a high tech cycle security technology involving almost invisible marking on cycles in up to 8 different locations with minute number coded dots within a glue medium. These dots are directly traceable via a database.

Priorities Supported:

 

Amount:

£1,000

Who received the funding:

Wigan Athletic FC Community Trust

Purpose:

LATICS KICKS PROJECT
Provide a 10 week football programme on Thursday and Friday evenings to young people.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£3,195

Who received the funding:

Freedom Personal Safety CIC

Purpose:

RESPECT ME TOO PROJECT
This project will be delivered to schools across West Lancs to help raise awareness of Childe Sexual Exploitation and the signs to Year 7 pupils aged 11 and 12 years.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Wyre Community Safety Partnership

Amount:

£10,000

Who received the funding:

Wyre Council

Purpose:

FLEETWOOD CCTV CAMERA REPLACEMENT

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime, Re-offending and ASB

Joint Community Safety Partnership Spending

Burnley, Pendle & Rossendale Joint CSP working

Amount:

£2,400

Who received the funding:

Burnley Council

Purpose:

THROUGH THE GATE
This programmes will provide emergency accommodation and/or short term finical assistance for essential costs to individuals released from prison.

Priorities Supported:

Reduce Re-offending

 

Hyndburn, Ribble Valley and Burnley Joint CSP working

Amount:

£11,152

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Constabulary

Purpose:

CAN/CANSAFE
The aim of the Community Alcohol Network (CAN) is to reduce young peoples access to alcohol, binge and risky drinking and alcohol related anti-social behaviour.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime and ASB & Protect Vulnerable People

Hyndburn & Ribble Valley Joint CSP working

Amount:

£4,500

Who received the funding:

Hyndburn Homewise Society

Purpose:

HOMEWISE
This project aims to protect identified vulnerable people and prevent crime by checking property and provide and fit any necessary safety provision i.e. locks and bolts. Homewise will also work in partnership with HARV to support victims of domestic abuse.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Chorley & South Ribble Joint CSP working

Amount:

£350

Who received the funding:

South Ribble Borough Council

Purpose:

NO LAUGHING MATTER
This project aims to raise awareness of the potential dangers of a ten second ‘hit’ young people are inhaling, known as ‘laughing gas’. Weather proof posters will be secured at known sites where canisters have been found and advice cards will be made available at local youth zones and agencies who work with young people.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Amount:

£3,000

Who received the funding:

Young Addaction

Purpose:

ENCOUNTER
Young Addaction will provide outreach intervention at known hotspots for ASB, youth nuisance and suspected drug new psychoactive substance use across the borough.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£3,745

Who received the funding:

Chorley Council

Purpose:

OUTREACH DRUG & ALCOHOL INTERVENTION PROJECT
This project will provide a visual presence of two specialised drug and alcohol workers at community venues in the area who will be able to refer individuals into services.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People

 

Amount:

£3,730

Who received the funding:

Chorley Council

Purpose:

MOBILE CCTV CAMERA
A mobile ruggedized camera to assist in anti-social behaviour cases and can be deployed to targeted areas around the district.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime & ASB

 

Amount:

£2,940

Who received the funding:

Chorley Council

Purpose:

BIKEREGISTER PROJECT
Raise awareness of bike crime and provide cyclists with the opportunity to register to the UK;s national police approved cycle database ‘BikeRegister’.

Priorities Supported:

Tackle Crime

 

Amount:

£2,110

Who received the funding:

Chorley Council

Purpose:

ALCOHOL & SAFETY MESSAGES
Year 13 Art and Design students at Runshaw college have developed art work around the key messages of drink driving and being safe whilst intoxicated. Beer mats which will be distributed to local pubs, particularly during busy periods to target young, first time drinkers whilst in the environment of thinking about another drink.

Priorities Supported:

Protect Vulnerable People & Tackle Crime and ASB