Decision Maker: GM Deputy Mayor, Treasurer GMCA
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
The Criminal Justice workstream identified,
through the multi-agency processes and structures in place, the key
areas of focus and priority to deliver on the Serious Violence
action plan, namely the 16-25 cohort, and specifically those who
are experiencing transitions or significant impacts from
experiences such as domestic abuse in the family home and/or
societal experiences of being part of an ethnic minority community.
The providers and projects have been selected on the basis of their
ability to deliver against these priorities.
The GM VRU to award the following
organisations out the GM VRU Criminal Justice Delivery Strand
£44,750 - For the delivery of 12-month contract to provide training to national probation and youth justice service staff regarding young people and young adults who have experienced domestic abuse.
£44,440 - For the delivery of 12-month contract to provide training to national probation and youth justice service staff regarding care leavers, including delivery of direct interventions to young people who are care experienced.
£44,990 - For the delivery of 12-month contract to provide mentoring to children and young people in custody (and into the community), linked to serious violence, in Manchester and Salford
£5,000 – To deliver on a small scale coaching programme to young women in Styal prison, based on a proposal submitted for delivery.
£820 – To contribute to existing personalised budget fund fo enable spot purchasing to support offender managers engaging people on probation into education, training or employment.
Funding to be awarded via Grant Funding Agreement:
£45,000 – For the procurement of targeted interventions to work with Greater Manchester prisoners aged 18-25 in the Hindley estate, who have been involved in violence through offences of during time in the prison estate via a Grant Funding Agreement between the GMVRU/GMCA and HMP Hindley
Total Funding Amount Allocated: £185,000
Publication date: 20/05/2022
Date of decision: 29/04/2022