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Dorset PCC links youth service cuts to increase in youth crime

Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Martyn Underhill has blamed cuts to youth services on the increase seen in youth crime.

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Government announces £7m investment into Youth Projects

Culture Secretary, Nicky Morgan, has announced a new round of funding to support youth projects across the UK.

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Data algorithms may miss ‘at risk’ children

A new report warns that the use of data algorithms to identify ‘at risk’ children may lead to some being missed entirely and other families being subject to unnecessary scrutiny.

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Number of schools employing mental health counsellors increases significantly.

A new study has found that the number of schools in England employing mental health counsellors has nearly doubled since 2016.

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Survey launched to seek views on SEND funding

A survey has been launched to understand how underfunding affects children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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Scheme launches to reduce violence in London prisons

The London Mayors Office has announced the launch of its ‘Pathfinder Programme’ to help drive down prison violence.

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Hospital based youth violence prevention scheme expands.

A hospital based youth work service aimed at helping young people affected by gang crime and violence is to expand to three more London hospitals.

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London’s Violence Reduction Unit invests £1.4m to tackle knife crime

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that £1.4 million is being invested in local community groups that specialise in early intervention to tackle knife crime.

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Level 4 Certificate hits the mark for Southside

Learners from Southside, Bath are among the latest to be awarded their Level 4 Certificates having successfully completed Interface’s Working with Children, Individuals and Families qualification.

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New research indicates diversion of council childcare funding to plug gaps elsewhere.

Figures released by the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) suggest councils have used £63.5m of funds earmarked to support childcare to fund other education services.

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