Public Health England: Health and Justice Annual Review 2018 to 2019 – Public Health England

Public Health England report that outlines health trends in prisons and other prescribed places of detention. It focuses on some aspects of the work of Public Health England’s National Health and Justice Team. The report focuses on public health approaches

HSC (2000) 001 : Tackling violence towards GPs and their staff: the NHS (Choice of Medical Practitioner) Amendment Regulations 1999 – NHS Executive

This circular is intended to help HAs/PCTs/PCGs/practices and GPs implement proposals to address the problems of violent behaviour in General Practice, building on the measures which were introduced in 1994 [FHSL (94)24]. The guidance describes the amendment to the National

Beyond the NHS: addressing the root causes of poor health – Centre for Progressive Policy

Centre for Progressive Policy report argues that a radical change of direction is required and focuses on how to develop and deliver a social model of health. It claims that the greatest socioeconomic challenges of our time, from poor-quality housing

Sleeping in, losing out: a survey of care staff on sleep-in shifts – Unison

This report of care staff on overnight shifts looks at ‘sleep-in’ conditions and finds some staff abused physically and verbally including being punched and threatened with knives. The findings are based on a survey of more than 3,000 people UK-wide

STOP-SV: a training programme to prevent nightlife-related sexual violence (Evaluation Report) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

Globally, sexual violence places large burdens on individuals’ health and well-being, as well as local communities and services. However, few prevention strategies exist that specifically aim to prevent and respond to nightlife related sexual violence. As part of the European

Keeping kids safe: Improving safeguarding responses to gang violence and criminal exploitation – Children’s Commissioner

This research estimates there are 27,000 children in England who identify as a gang member, only a fraction of whom are known to children’s services. Some of these children may only identify loosely with a gang and may not be

Action Plan Submitted: 12th November 2018 A Response to the HMI Probation Inspection: South West and South Central National Probation Service – HM Prison and Probation Service

The action plan for West Yorkshire CRC, in response to the HMI Probation Inspection.

An inspection of South West South Central National Probation Service – HM Inspectorate of Probation

Overall, the NPS South West South Central division is rated as: Good. This rating has been determined by inspecting this provider in three areas of its work, referred to as ‘domains’. The findings and subsequent ratings in those three domains are described here:

Action Plan Submitted: 12th November 2018 A Response to the HMI Probation Inspection: West Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Prison and Probation Service

The action plan for West Yorkshire CRC, in response to the HMI Probation Inspection.

An inspection of West Yorkshire Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Inspectorate of Probation

Overall, the West Yorkshire CRC is rated as: Requires improvement. This rating has been determined by inspecting this provider in three areas of its work, referred to as ‘domains’. The findings and subsequent ratings in those three domains are described

Action Plan Submitted: 19th November 2018: A Response to the HMI Probation Inspection: Northumbria Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Prison and Probation Service

The action plan for Essex CRC, in response to the HMI Probation Inspection.

An inspection of Northumbria Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Inspectorate of Probation

Northumbria Community Rehabilitation Company is rated as:  Requires Improvement.  Key findings about the organisation were as follows: The two key ingredients of quality services – addressing reoffending needs and managing risk of harm – are not well integrated in Northumbria. This has a

An inspection of Essex Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Inspectorate of Probation

Essex Community Rehabilitation Company is rated as: Requires Improvement. This rating has been determined by inspecting this provider in three areas of their work, referred to as ‘domains’.  The inspection found: Essex CRC has many positive features as an organisation and has

Action Plan Submitted: 11th October 2018: A Response to the HMI Probation Inspection: Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Prison and Probation Service

The action plan for Mersyside CRC, in response to the HMI Probation Inspection.

An inspection of Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company – HM Inspectorate of Probation

This is the first report in a new series of annual rated inspections of probation service providers in England and Wales.  It gives the Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company a  ‘Requires Improvement’ rating. Nevertheless, this CRC has clear strengths. It is performing well against some of

Risky drinking in North West school children and its consequences: A study of fifteen and sixteen year olds – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

A study of 9,833 15-16 year old school children in the North West, examining relationships between risky drinking behaviours (binge drinking, frequent drinking, drinking in public places) and demographics, income, leisure activities and access to alcohol. Negative consequences of risky

North West Alcohol Information: Fact Sheet 4: Restricted Drinking in Public Places – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Public drunkenness and rowdiness were perceived as a problem by a quarter of people in England and Wales in their local area in 2006/07, as they can lead to a range of harms experienced both by individuals and communities. Designated Public

STAD in Europe (SiE): Process and outcome evaluation of Wrexham’s Drink Less Enjoy More intervention – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The SiE project aims to reduce binge drinking and associated harms in young people, through the development of locally tailored community based interventions designed to tackle heavy episodic drinking in different drinking environments. The project is based on the original

Preston Nightsafe Conditional Caution Alcohol Awareness Pilot Project: Process Evaluation Final Report – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Publc Health

Alcohol misuse has been identified as a prominent cause of health inequalities, crime and social disorder in Preston. To address these harms, to reduce future re-offending and to reduce health and criminal justice costs there have been strong recommendations for