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Good news stories from the Community Safety Partnership

Alcohol Abstinence Monitoring Requirement pilot goes national An Alcohol Abstinence Monitoring Requirement (sometimes known as a ‘sobriety tag’) pilot launched in June 2017 and ran until the end of August 2019. A total of 231 orders were imposed across Humberside, Lincolnshire, and North Yorkshire, with 55 of these being implemented in Grimsby courts. Following evaluation… Continue Reading Good news stories from the Community Safety Partnership

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Good news stories from the Community Safety Partnership

Operation Galaxy Operation Galaxy is a proactive task force comprising detectives, officers and staff from Major Crime, Roads Policing, Intelligence, Economic Crime, Police dogs and handlers and various other departments. The team has been up and running since October 2019, targeting criminals across the Humberside Force area who are causing our communities the most harm but was… Continue Reading Good news stories from the Community Safety Partnership

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Together for All Conference – 2 July 2019

Over 300 people attended a conference packed with inspiring speakers and thought-provoking workshops, hosted at the Grimsby Institute for Further and Higher Education on 2 July 2019. This showcased two major developments in the wellbeing of children and young people in our area. The first was the launch of the new Safeguarding Children Arrangements for… Continue Reading Together for All Conference – 2 July 2019

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North East Lincolnshire’s White Ribbon Campaign

North East Lincolnshire Council is supporting the White Ribbon Campaign- a national movement aiming to stop domestic abuse against women. Domestic abuse in the UK affects about 1.2 million women every year, costing the country’s economy £36.7 billion. In 2014/15 in North East Lincolnshire, there were 4,205 reported incidents of domestic abuse. The campaign encourages… Continue Reading North East Lincolnshire’s White Ribbon Campaign

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Private Fostering

Private Fostering                   Private fostering is when: You ask someone else to look after your child full-time for more than 28 days You are thinking of looking after someone else’s child full-time, or are presently doing so, for more than 28 days and most importantly You are not… Continue Reading Private Fostering

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