The table below shows the funds we provide to partners whose services are designed to reduce crime, be that by intervention or diversionary means or by community support partnerships.
The funding streams for these projects come from different sources and are described in the tables below.
INTERVENTION & DIVERSION: (SPECIALIST PROJECTS)
TAAS are commissioned to provide the following Appropriate Adult provision.
24/7 AA provision for vulnerable adults in the Kent County Council area.
Out of hours AA provision (23:00hrs to 07:59hrs) for juveniles in the KCC area where an AA cannot be secured through the agreed out of hours process.
Out of hours AA provision (23:00hrs to 07:59hrs) for juveniles and vulnerable adults in the Medway Unitary Authority area where AA cannot be secured through the agreed out of hours processes.
Catch 22 (Gangs Intervention)
A long-term mentoring programme to prevent and protect young people aged up to 25 either involved or at risk of being involved in gangs, county lines or exploitation.
Schools tour delivering awareness of healthy relationships, E-safety and Cyber Bullying to young people aged between 9-14 years old.
A through the gate service for young offenders within Cookham Wood Young Offenders Institute (YOI) to address victimisation and help deal with the events which have led to being in the YOI. Support through the gate is to engage with community support services with a view to successful re-settlement.
St Giles Trust
School's inputs delivering messaging around gangs, county lines, exploitation and knife crime, consequences and how to be resilient to grooming. Offered to young people aged 9-14 years old.
INTERVENTION AND DIVERSION(HOME OFFICE)
Collaborative approach between Interventions Alliance, Kent Police and Look Ahead to deliver Domestic Abuse and Stalking perpetrator interventions and support for victims. Healthy Relationships and Compulsive Obsessive Behavioural Interventions (COBI) are offered county wide.
We also fund Community Safety Partnerships or CSPs and other statutory organisations. Please see the details below:
COMMUNITY SAFETY PARTNERSHIPS (CSP)
All Kent and Medway Local Authorities
Community Safety Partnerships: To support local crime reduction and prevention initiatives that meet the priorities and objectives set within the PCC's Safer in Kent Plan.
FUNDING FOR STATUTORY ORGANISATIONS
Crime Stoppers (Kent)
To support the delivery of targeted Crimestoppers activity in Kent, and to part fund the Crimestoppers Regional Manager Post.
Crime Stoppers (National)
Funding to support the national contact centre and fund regional Crimestoppers campaigns.
Kent Criminal Justice Board
To support the activities of the Kent Criminal Justice Board: and to help secure a more efficient and effective criminal justice system.
Kent Young Persons Substance Misuse Service
To fund drug initiatives and rehabilitation programmes that address harm and the root causes of crime and anti-social behaviour.
Kent & Medway Adult and Child Safeguarding Partnerships
To support the work and activities of the Child and Adult Safeguarding Boards to ensure vulnerable people are protected from harm and criminality.
Kent & Medway Drug & Alcohol Partnership Boards
To fund drug and alcohol interventions and rehabilitation programmes that address harm and the root causes of crime and anti-social behaviour.
Kent & Medway Youth Justice Partnership Boards
Funding for initiatives to prevent young people from offending, and to offer an evidence-based outcome which prevents young people from entering further into the criminal justice system.
To fund diversionary initiatives for young people at risk of offending or re-offending which divert from crime and contribute towards the priorities and objectives set within the PCC's Safer in Kent Plan.