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Adviza - Support to young people involved in knife crime

Service has Local Offer

Adviza has been chosen by The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) as one of the 14 organisations across the Thames Valley to deliver projects to tackle youth violence, knife crime and exploitation.

The Office of the PCC has been awarded £822,000 from the Home Office Early Intervention Fund and is now leading on rolling out a programme of activities across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

Working in partnership with a range of organisations including Community Safety Partnerships, Youth Offending Teams, Local Authorities and Secondary Schools, Adviza will work intensively with young people in Berkshire who are already involved in gangs and knife crime. One of the charity’s experienced Careers Coaches will provide a bespoke programme of support for each young person over a three to nine month period to help them make a positive change in their lives and move forward in learning and work. The programme will include one-to-one guidance and work experience placements.

This project involves working with young people at both ends of the spectrum of youth violence; from early intervention programmes to identify and support those at risk of involvement in knife crime, gangs or drug dealing to supporting those young people already involved; helping them turn their lives around through intensive support and skills training.

The Thames Valley Early Intervention Youth Fund programme is managed and overseen by the Office of the PCC with partner organisations assisting on the delivery and monitoring of individual projects at a local level.

Who to contact

Telephone
0118 402 7050
Email
info@adviza.org.uk
Website
Adviza

Other Details

Age Suitability

Age Range
From 12 years, 0 months

Disclaimer

This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations