|Alley Gating in Vulnerable Areas
||The scheme involves encouraging community led schemes where local groups arrange to gate off alleyways in crime hotspot areas where burglaries and ASB occurs.
|LGBT Domestic Outreach Project
||Increasing knowledge and raising awareness of domestic abuse amongst LGBT groups, organisations and individuals.
|Restorative approaches to Hate Crime
||Reducing racially motivated perpetrating and offending in children and young people, using restorative approaches to tackle hate crime.
|Young People's Substance Misuse Treatment
||Provision of specialist support to young people who are misusing drugs and alcohol or whose parents are doing so.
||Project supporting those experiencing severe and complex needs associated with childhood abuse and trauma and addressing any later mental and physical ill-health.
|Skilling Staff/Volunteers to support Victims of Trafficking
||Up skilling staff and volunteers to support victims of trafficking and increasing the awareness of the adult referral pathway.
|Keep Safe Programme
||Working with young people with learning disabilities who have been abused by their parents/carers ensuring greater protection for victims and a process of accountability.
||Project working with young people who exhibit harmful internet sexual behaviour.
|Bristol Neighbourhood Justice Team
||Support for work to deliver restorative justice to address low level crime and anti-social behaviour.
|Tackling Night-Time Economy
||Project aiming to deliver initiatives which will directly impact on violence crime and ASB levels in relation to tackling night-time economy.
|Street Conflict Conditional Caution Programme
||Working with schools and identified cohorts of young people to prevent individuals from being drawn into street conflict and to deliver a pilot conditional cautioning programme for young people who come to attention because of a range of low level offences.
|The Green House Counselling Services
||From October 2014, grant towards the work to support victims of sexual violence.
||Various youth work, working with young people aged 8-19 years old to engage in a variety of youth diversionary activities, educations programmes, mentoring services, leadership and community cohesion projects.
|Police & Young People Together Projects
||Local young people and community policing teams are brought together to develop their relationship, build trust and develop projects.
|The Riverside Youth Project
||Providing sporting opportunities open to all young people who can self refer to the club and attend as often as they wish.
|Specialist Substance Misuse Service
||Provision of specialist substance misuse services and treatment provision for young people who are engaged with the Youth Offending Service.
|Diversionary Gangs Project
||Targeted interventions engaging primarily with 12-16 year olds who are at risk of involvement in gang activity.