Do You Run Early Intervention Projects with Children & Young People?

West Yorkshire Police want to hear from you.

As part of a partnership project being funded by the Home Office Early Interventions Fund entitled ‘Together West Yorkshire: A collaborative early intervention programme responding to serious violent crime’, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, West Yorkshire Police, District Community Safety Partnerships, Youth Offending Teams and the Prison Service, are aiming to deliver a programme of early intervention projects, with the goal of preventing serious violence within our communities. In order to do this, they want to hear from any statutory organisations, third sector, community and voluntary groups who are working with vulnerable children and young people and who identifying those at risk and working on preventing or reducing long-term impacts of harmful behaviour and experiences (including diversionary activities).

Please fill in the questionnaire aimed at identifying the range and content of early interventions across West Yorkshire. As well as helping to map the services available, the information will be used to help you promote your work and any best practice across the county.

Please note: this survey was originally circulated in 2019 and if you have already completed it, you don't need to do it again. The exercise is being repeated to try and get a more comprehensive picture.

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