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Update from Steven Peck Humberside Police:
I am seeking expressions of interest from suitable parties to deliver a new project in North East Lincolnshire.
The project involves the creation of a new role for a pilot desistence program and support for ex-offenders trying to move away from criminality.
The role is to be funded through the Home Office Serious & Organised Crime Community Coordinator pilot until April 2021.
The intention is to create a new role to provide holistic support to the participants of the Opt Out employability program coupled with a new initiative to offer diversionary support to individuals arrested by the police.
I am seeking applications to fulfil the role via the attached document. This is a new concept so I am interested in ideas of how to best deliver the support required, the amount of staff required to be successful and costings. I appreciate the funding is currently short term until April 2021, this is determined by the current funding stream from the Home Office. I am hopeful that if the project is successful other funding streams will be found for long term support. Therefore I require a breakdown of the potential costs per month, 6 months and per annum.
The aim is to have 60 participants through the Opt Out course by April 2021 and 40 participants through the custody diversion scheme.
The role will require motivated, well connected staff with good communication and problem solving skills.
I have set a deadline of 14th September 2020 for applications. If anyone is interested could they please reply directly to my email. Could I please ask that this email and attachment is forwarded to anyone who may be suitable and interested in the role.
I am back in the office from the 3rd September to answer any questions.
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The following guidance is to support health professionals to safely ask patients about domestic abuse (DA) in virtual settings for example on the telephone or online.
It sets out five simple steps to help you identify and respond to people who might be at risk. It can be applied in services which use routine enquiry, for example maternity services, as well as services using clinical enquiry, such as general practice.
The YMCA are working in collaboration with Coram Family and Childcare and Lincoln University to bring the Young Dads’ Collective – “Ask a Dad” project.
Aim: To bring together a group of young fathers who have experienced fatherhood or pending fatherhood before the age of 25 and provide them with the tools and the skills to share their experiences with the people who provide services; practitioners, managers and policy makers.
By helping young dads’ articulate and share their stories, and bringing them together with the service providers, the project will provide learning experiences for all, with the aim of improving the way services are organised and delivered so that young dads’ are better engaged and outcomes for children are improved.
Equality Practice have a new course for inactive/unemployed women starting in September and are currently accepting referrals for preliminary one-on-one chats with women who might be interested.
They will take place between 31st August – 4th September on Freeman Street Market at the large hub there, following social distancing rules of course.
Bishop Grosseteste University update:
Bishop Grosseteste University are involved in a piece of work funded by Lincolnshire County Council and the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership to draw up a strategy for the social economy of Greater Lincolnshire. As a part of this work, the LORIC team would like to speak to representatives from a number of local social economy organisations to gather information on their organisations, and on their experiences of working in the social economy.
Due to the varied nature of this sector, we are keen to speak to representatives from both formally constituted organisations, such as charities, mutuals and community interest companies, as well as more informal groups, such as time banks and other forms of exchange.
This research will be conducted by telephone interview and each interview is expected to last between 45mins -1hour. If your organisation would be interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch with you over the next few weeks with full details of the research project and to book an interview.
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North East Lincolnshire Council have joined forces with E-Factor and now the Investment Hub NEL to support our local economy to survive and thrive through a brand new Loyal to Local NEL campaign which is running across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
We are welcoming all types of businesses to get involved and thank those who have contributed to the campaign already; please feel free to continue to do so. Our main aim is to encourage local spend and supply, and we will be highlighting new services, collaborations, launches, diversification, innovation and other exciting offers and stories. With plans for weekly themes and industry spotlights, we really hope that you will get behind this campaign and help to spread the Loyal to Local NEL message with us by tagging and sharing @LoyaltoLocalNEL and letting people know about your trusted local suppliers, services and shopping recommendations.
We are also offering incentives for businesses and consumers to interact with the campaign and help us to reach wider audiences. Followers will be able to win monthly shopping vouchers to spend locally with participating businesses so we are asking if you would be happy to display a window poster [please see attached which can be printed] and/or stickers to show that you are involved in the scheme so that people can spend their vouchers with you!
If you would like us to deliver branded stickers or posters to your workplace, please feel free to drop us a line. We hope you will get involved and support the campaign.
Thank you for your time and please remember to stay @LoyaltoLocalNEL #whereyourspendmatters and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay updated.
To find out more, take a look at the recent press article:
Community Shop and Company Shop have recently become registered providers of the Government’s Free School Meal Voucher scheme.
With the following donation they have taken the decision to match-fund the Government’s Free School Meal voucher, meaning that for every £15 voucher provided by the Government, they will provide a further £15 to double spending allowances each week.
This offer can be claimed across both Company Shop and Community Shop, including both stores in Grimsby. In terms of eligibility:
- It is open to both members and non-members
- For those in receipt of government funded FSM vouchers, all they need to do is provide proof and then they can collect their voucher
- Despite the Government scheme not including children under 5, we are providing £15 for all families with children and receiving means tested benefits (they just need to show child benefit, passport, birth certificate for example).
- Families do not need to have spent their Government issued FSM voucher with us to receive the additional £15, we are offering the voucher to any family who is in receipt of FSM or means tested benefits.
Grimsby Creates, North East Lincolnshire’s cultural development programme, has secured two places at the sought-after National Arts Fundraising School (NAFS) residential programme in November and is inviting local creatives to apply to fill the space.
The programme is funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and administered by Arts Council England as part of the Cultural Development Fund (CDF). it is to provid a unique opportunity to transform Grimsby into a vibrant town centre where heritage and creativity are enjoyed.