The Early Intervention Youth Fund was launched on Monday 30th July, and is now open for bids. The fund, which has doubled from £11million to £22million, will be used to enable communities to intervene early in the lives of vulnerable young people. Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) who work in partnership with Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) or the equivalent can bid for funding to deliver projects which steer young people away from violent crime. Doubling of the fund means bids can now be multiyear and have maximum impact-either through expanding successful schemes, developing innovative initiatives and securing matching income streams. The fund is a good example of the Serious Violence Strategy’s multi strand approach, which aims to bring the law enforcement, health, education and local government sectors together to effectively deal with violence and the causes of violence.
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If you have any queries, then please send an email to EIYF@homeoffice.gov.uk
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