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    Handbook for Practitioners

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    Ministerial Foreword

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    Contents

    PAGE

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    Abbreviations

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    introdUC

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    g Opeation Staysafe: partnerships

    between the police and Local

    Authorities (LA) sweeping anti-

    social behaviour (ASB) hotspots andremoving young people who are at

    risk off the streets at night.

    g Steet-base teas: partnerships

    between police and youth workers

    keeping young people away from

    crime or anti-social behaviour.

    g Incease epaation activity:

    making up for harm or damage done

    to victims or local communities in

    leisure time, including on Friday and

    Saturday nights.

    g YOT woes in cstoy sites

    (Tiage oel): Youth Offending

    Team (YOT) staff liaising with the

    Police and the Crown Prosecution

    Service (CPS) to make rapid

    assessments of young offenders and

    inform decisions on next steps.

    g Afte Scool Police Patols:

    recognising that there are peaks of

    criminal or anti-social behaviour by

    some young people in the period

    following the end of the school day,

    around the school vicinity and nearby

    transport routes and interchanges.

    g Sppoting Yong Victis:

    recognising that young people are not

    just perpetrators of crime but are also

    affected by it and require support.

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    g lay the foundation for an end-to-end

    approach to tackling youth crime in

    the area.

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    g Faily Intevention Pojects:

    providing support for the most

    vulnerable and problematic families

    with children at risk of offending.

    g Tin Faily efos: changes

    to systems and services to improve

    the support offered to vulnerable

    children, young people and adults in

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    their area-based grant to fund extra

    street teams because they realized

    it was an effective approach to the

    problem of groups of young people

    causing disorder)

    g forge new partnerships, such as

    between police and childrens services

    in Operation Staysafe

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    Wo sol be involve?

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    1.o

    Peration

    STAYSAFE

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