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Project 0114 – the partnership project set up with Home Office funding through Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner focussed on tackling child criminal exploitation and associated knife and gun crime across the city is underway.
South Yorkshire is to receive £1,245,680 from the Home Office Early Intervention Fund for two projects to target young people at risk of becoming involved in crime.
The first knife bin in South Yorkshire has been installed outside the Lighthouse on Handley Street, Burngreave (in Spital Hill) to help rid the area of knives and other weapons and stop the violence associated with them.
“At the end of March I was invited to London by Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, to be part of a round table discussion on violent crime, especially knife crime, ahead of the government announcing its new strategy.
Hanover Tenants Association received a visit from the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Dr Alan Billings last week when he called in to present them with a cheque for grant funding.
South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Dr Alan Billings, spoke at a meeting of the Burngreave Ashram, Spital Hill, Sheffield on Sunday, 3 May.