The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to award funding to external partner organisations to deliver serious violence and organised crime pilot interventions as part of the Serious Violence and Organised Crime Project during 2020/21 totalling £401,412.

Reference Number: PCCG-2020-006

Date Added: Saturday, May 16, 2020


Funding has been awarded to the following organisations: Barnardo’s - £207,500 To deliver early intervention one-to-one support to young people (and their families), aged 10-14 and at the cusp of violent or criminal behaviour, , to prevent their involvement in serious and organised crime St Giles Trust - £123,794 To deliver one to one crisis intervention to young people and their families, at risk of involvement or involved in serious violence and organised crime; and co-deliver the ‘Fearless’ Programme in Schools with Crimestoppers. Crimestoppers - £40,851 To co-deliver the Fearless Programme to Year 7 pupils in educational establishments with St Giles Trust; and provide targeted support to schools in hotspot areas where serious violence or organised crime is an issue. Torfaen County Borough Council - £29,267 To continue employment of a Serious Violence Coordinator until 31st March 2021