Friday, 1 June 2012

Availability of Funding Ending Gang and Youth Violence Programme

We are pleased to welcome you to the third sector commissioning prospectus from Birmingham Community Safety Partnership in relation to the Ending Gang and Youth Violence Programme. We are also pleased to confirm that approximately £449,000 of Home Office funding will be commissioned through this process and will enable the delivery of high quality services to the citizens of Birmingham by voluntary, community or third sector organisations.

Birmingham Community Safety Partnership is a joint partnership between Birmingham City Council, West Midlands Police, Staffordshire and West Midlands Probation Trust and other agencies who work together to tackle difficult community safety problems that affect local communities.

Eleven projects are being commissioned through this prospectus; further details can be found via www.finditinbirminghan.com


(search ‘Ending Gang and Youth Violence’)

Please note that applications can only be submitted via this route.

1
Intensive Support Programme For Young People Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

2
Specialist Intensive Support Programme For Young People and Their Families
Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

3
Specialist Intensive Support Programme For Young Males From Asian Backgrounds who are Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

4
Specialist Intensive Support Programme For Young Males From Somalian Backgrounds who are Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

5
Specialist Intensive Support Programme To Reduce The Number of Looked After Children Involved In, or at risk of involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

6
Empowerment Interventions For Young Males to Reduce Involvement In, or Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

7
Intensive Support Programme Resettlement of Adult Offenders Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime


8
Peer Support Programme For Young Women who are in secondary education and Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime

9
Theatre Performance and Workshop For Young Women (15+yrs) who are in secondary education and Involved In, or At Risk of Involvement in Gangs or Violent Crime


10
Community Lead Patrols of Public Transport Bus Routes within City Centre Locations

11
Community Lead Patrols of
Night Time Economy Areas within
City Centre Locations


The closing date for all applications is 5pm 21st June 2012.

For further details please contact:

Hasan A. Wazir
Ending Gang and Youth Violence
Birmingham Community Safety Partnership
PO BOX 11762,
Birmingham,
B3 3PL
Telephone: 0121 303 6175
Email:
hasan.wazir@birmingham.gov.uk
www.birminghamcsp.org.uk
Download the prospectus here

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