Calderdale’s Community Safety Partnership:
Expression of Interest for Funding to Delivery Services Tackling Violent Crime
Calderdale’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has been allocated funding at a borough level following the successful award from the Home Office to the West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit (VRU). The awarded funding for 2022/23 to the VRU from the Home Office is to support a programme of interventions across West Yorkshire to contribute towards the following:
- A reduction in hospital admissions for assaults with a knife or sharp object and especially among those victims aged under 25.
- A reduction in knife-enabled serious violence and especially amongst those victims aged under 25, and
- A reduction in all non-domestic homicides and especially amongst those victims aged under 25 involving knifes.
Calderdale CSP has been allocated funds from the VRU for the purpose of delivering a local programme of interventions in quarters 3 and 4 (September 2022– March 2023), and in doing so contribute to the above listed outcomes.
Calderdale’s intervention programme for 2022/3 has been informed by a Violent Crime Needs Assessment as well as the CSP’s own Strategic Assessment. Calderdale CSP (with support from providers and partners) has successfully delivered VRU interventions for the last two years and has used the evidence provided by the evaluation of these programmes to formulate the following specification for this year’s (Q3 & Q4) intervention activity.
The following funding opportunities are available:
- Outreach Provision (Inviting bids of up to £12,000)
- Enriching Activities, 1:1 & Group Work Programmes (Inviting bids of up to £12,000)
- Focused Deterrent (Teachable Moments) (Inviting bids of up to £30,000)
All Expressions of Interest received by the required deadline will be evaluated by the Violent Crime & Safer Streets Delivery Group. Applicants will receive notification of the outcome of applications on the week commencing the 10th of October 2022.
Please return to Expression of Interest form to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 9AM on 03/10/2022.
Rastrick Big Local would like to thank everyone who took the time to vote in the Theme Vote for Rastrick Big Local, Voice Your Choice 2017 – you have once again, made a huge contribution to making Rastrick a better place.
The voting closed on 18 September 2016 and a total of 503 votes were cast… a 63.8% increase on last years theme vote.
The results are as follows:
- Category A – Health and Well Being – 200 votes
- Category D – Community Safety – 153 votes
- Category B – Leisure – 112 votes
- Category C – Work and Money – 38 votes
In the coming months we will be contacting groups and organisations to determine if they would be interested in putting forward any proposal that could be delivered to improve health and wellbeing in Rastrick and your ideas are welcome!
If you are interested in putting forward a proposal then please contact Danny Leech at Rastrick Big Local on 07544 684954 or by email to email@example.com
The Force has agreed a contract that sees officers and staff across the county wearing the latest state of the art body worn video cameras during their duties.
Following a recent pilot of the devices in the Bradford District, a phased roll out will now begin… read more…
All officers will wear them as part of their uniforms including Police Community Support Officers and also officers in plain clothes.
The cameras will film pictures and record sound to help you and the police meaning that people may not need to go to court because information about what happened will be on video.
All residents in Rastrick HD6 3 and those in HD6 1 south of the river (Huddersfield Side) should be receiving voting details in the next 10 days to decide on what Issue they would like Rastrick Big Local to tackle next for Voice Your Choice 2017.
There are 4 Issues identified in the Rastrick Big Local Plan;
- Health and Wellbeing
- Work and Money
- Community Safety
Voting closes on Sunday 18 September 2016
Make your choice and vote either online at rastrickbiglocal.co.uk or by using the Household voting form that will be delivered to you and returning it to the voting box at one of the 9 voting stations detailed on the form.