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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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Camden Council sets out proposals to change nurseries into children’s centres.

Nurseries run by London Borough of Camden could be converted to children’s centres under new plans put forward by the Council.

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One fifth of knife crime offences committed by children.

New figures reveal that over one fifth of offences involving a knife or offensive weapon in England and Wales have been committed by children.

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New research indicates youth services spending has suffered £1b funding cut.

Latest analysis by the YMCA suggests that youth services have been cut by £1b in real terms over the last eight years.

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Duchess of Cambridge launches Early Years survey

The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a survey to gather ‘vital information’ to better understand child development and happiness.

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National scheme to recruit former social workers launches.

A national scheme to help former social workers return to the profession has been relaunched to help redress staff shortages.

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