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Commissioner praises reducing reoffending projects as fund reopens for applications

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has praised a number of projects which have succeeded in tackling reoffending owing to funding last year, as the fund reopens for new applications. With £80k available across four local ‘Reducing Reoffending Boards’ covering the north, south, east and west of the county, charities, organisations and partners will be able to bid for projects that […]

5 February, 2019

Commissioner visits Blackburn based programme receiving funding to reduce reoffending

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has visited a programme to see how funding is working to reduce reoffending in Blackburn, Darwen and the wider Lancashire area. The SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor) programme, delivered by Blackburn with Darwen Council, works with volunteers whose alcohol misuse was a key element in their offending. Alcohol monitoring through an ankle device is combined with […]

19 December, 2018

Still time to apply for Commissioner’s reducing reoffending funding

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner is encouraging organisations to bid for his reducing reoffending funding, to deliver projects to work with offenders and help integrate them back into the community, as an application deadline approaches. The £200k fund is part of his key priority to tackle crime and reoffending in the county and support those who have offended to not […]

20 June, 2018
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