2021 - 2022 Funded Organisations Log

Abbreviations (Funding Streams):

CSF – Community Safety Fund

MOJ – Ministry of Justice Fund

ACCM UK Contribution to organisation Bedford MOJ Domestic Abuse (DA) additional fund £9,000.00 Bedford RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Ampthill Town Council Young people’s outreach service Central CSF £5,000 500 across the year Reduced anti-social behaviour and criminal activity | Changed attitudes and behaviour towards drugs and alcohol
Att10tive B Safe Pan CSF £13,500 40 (plus hundreds who will see the social media post) Production of videos | One to one mentoring sessions
Azalea Sexual Exploitation Luton MOJ DA additional fund £20,000 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Bangla Fest in Luton – Contact: Tahir Khan  Bangla Fest Event – September 2021 Luton CSF £1,500   Organisation to send over evaluation form after one off event 
Bedford Open Door Moving Forward Pan MOJ £20,153 200 1.Clients (youth at risk) who are having or have had adverse experiences in childhood will report increased resilience and ability to cope with problems
2.Clients (youth at risk) who are affected by complex and challenging relationships with peers, friends and family (including gang related connections) will report that they have improved relationships. 
3.80% of clients who complete a course of counselling will have improved relationships.  We will provide case studies to demonstrate where this work links to young people who have been involved in gang related activity, risk taking behaviours and/or offending.
4.Clients (youth at risk) will report reduced levels of stress, anxiety and worry 
Bedfordshire Police Signpost Hub Pan MOJ £435,000 2726 people Victim is better informed and empowered to act on information; Victim has increased feelings of safety
Bedfordshire Police Roads tactical group Pan CTC £30,000 Community of Bedfordshire To deliver against the tactical plan for road users of Bedfordshire to reduce road related injuries and offences
Bedfordshire Police Sponsorship Pan CSF £5,000 This will be for either a cohesion event or the black officers fund, depending on which event can go ahead   
Bedfordshire Police  Mental Health Hub Pan CSF £70,000 Estimated 4000 (based on the fact that Beds Police receive in excess of 6000 calls as a result of MH per year and MHST deal with over 2000 such incidents per year during a late shift 7 days per week). 1.People experiencing mental health crisis and frequently using emergency services are better supported and needs are met before reaching crisis. This will result in improved quality of life.
2.People with mental health issues and have been victims of crime are well supported in overcoming the impact of the crime and less likely to be re-victimised.
3.The Police FCC have access to professionals that are able to respond effectively to calls from the public where mental health is the key factor (non-crime)
4.Police deal with crime committed by people within mental health settings appropriately and staff patients within those setting are confident to report such crime. 
Beds Police   CIP and NWT Pan CSF £11,000 Local community Neighbourhood watch scheme = £5,000.00 towards Citizens in Policing (CIP) and £6,000.00 towards Neighbourhood watch schemes to bid into CIP who will manage the fund.
Blues Foundation Tackle Life Pan CSF £7,500 30 young people from 13 – 16 Young People will have improved physical and mental wellbeing | Reduced crime in young people.
Bolnhurst and Keysoe CTC May 2021 Bedford CTC £2,700 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Central Bedfordshire Driver training for young and elderly Central CTC £60,000 Numbers to be confirmed as part of May 2021 process To deliver against the tactical plan for road users of Bedfordshire to reduce road related injuries and offences
Central Bedfordshire  DA Coordinator  Pan CSF £53,000 Strategic Oversight benefiting all residents in Bedfordshire as they deliver the new Pan Beds DA strategy Inform and support the work of the Pan Bedfordshire Strategic Leaders DA Board and its related groups on matters relating to DA. To monitor and co-ordinate the development and implementation of strategic DA actions in consultation with partner agencies within the statutory and voluntary sectors. Support the development of the multi-agency DA training programme. Oversee the development and performance management for scrutiny at the Pan Bedfordshire Strategic Leaders Domestic Abuse Board
Central Bedfordshire Council FDAC Pan CSF £44,000 30 families To enable more substance dependent parents, whose children are subject to care proceedings, to achieve and sustain abstinence; In the first year, FDAC to work with 21 families with children subject to care proceedings affected by parental substance misuse.
Challenging-behaviour Counselling Wellbeing Foundation Heal the Parent Heal the Child Pan CSF £12,896 20 people (10 adults and 10 children) 

Change of parental understanding, engagement, management of ADHD behaviours | Change of direction and understanding of self management from young people.

Change Ur Life Outreach DA provision Pan MOJ £60,000 160 victims Supporting victims to access Civil and Criminal Remedies where they have requested such support; 1:1 support for victims for 6 months or in cases of complex need offer 9 months support with the aim to increase safety
Change ur life Live chat and LGBTQ+ Pan MOJ DA additional fund £44,000.00 PAN BEDS RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Change ur life Male DA Pan MOJ DA additional fund £18,000.00 PAN BEDS RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Counselling Foundation Rise in counselling needs Pan MOJ DA additional fund £16,000.00 PAN BEDS RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Counselling Foundation Counselling Provision- SV Pan MOJ DA additional fund £9,000 Pan beds RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Develop Crack IT Pan CSF £5,000 12 people will benefit from this 12 learners (100%) of learners to engage with our ex-offender alumni member of staff who throughout the programme highlights the reality and consequence of continued pursuit of risky behaviours. 
Directional Community Interest Company Take the lead Pan CSF £7,500 40 people Reduce permanent exclusion from school for weapon/drug related incident | Reduce levels of exploitation of children and young people already involved in exploitation or gang associated behaviours.
Early Childhood Partnership Safety Net Pan MOJ £60,000 293 People With a range of options around their location, domestic abuse courses/ group support will be easily accessible for everyone living in Bedfordshire and meet the needs of this diverse population | Victims of domestic abuse will have a better understanding of how this issue affects them and their children, helping them to feel safer and reducing the likelihood of repeat victimisation.
Early Childhood Partnership Horizons Play Therapy Pan CSF £7,500 25 children will benefit Children exposed to adverse childhood experiences will have increased concentration and reduced hyperactivity at home and school therefore leading to improved education attainment | Children exposed to adverse childhood experiences will have improved emotional wellbeing from their starting points and be able to demonstrate pro-social behaviours with peers and adults.
ECP ISVA Pan MOJ ISVA fund £180,000 293 people will benefit With a range of options around their location, domestic abuse courses/ group support will be easily accessible for everyone living in Bedfordshire and meet the needs of this diverse population | Victims of domestic abuse will have a better understanding of how this issue affects them and their children, helping them to feel safer and reducing the likelihood of repeat victimisation.
ECP Support for young peoples playtherapy, linked to VERU Pan MOJ DA additional fund £8,000.00 PAN BEDS RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Elstow Parish Council CTC May 2021 Bedford CTC £10,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Embrace Kidva service Pan MOJ £47,080 30 young people and their families KIDVA service
Embrace  KISVA and counselling  Pan MOJ DA additional fund £30,615 Pan beds RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
FACES and Link to Change Changing faces Pan MOJ £30,000 235 beneficiaries 45 families who are supported will have improved understanding and confidence in keeping their children safe|45 YP at risk of CSE, SV and gang related exploitation will get the support they need to become free from risk and exit victimhood. complex need offer 9 months support with the aim to increase safety
Faith in Queen’s Park Queen’s Park Event – August 2021 Bedford CSF £1,500   Organisation to send over evaluation form after one off event 
FDAC DA specialist Secondment from Signpost Pan MOJ £40,000 5-10 families per annum To support and provide advice to specialists within the FDAC team, support women and families that are affected by abuse.
Joint Protective Services Roads Policing Unit CTC May 2021 Pan CTC £5,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
LAWC Contribution to organisation Luton MOJ DA additional fund £5,000.00 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Living Your Life  Counselling Provision Pan MOJ DA additional fund £40,000 Pan beds RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Lord’s Taverners  Wicketz Luton  Luton CSF £7,500 120 young people (boys and girls) Promote positive life choices. We support preventative work/early intervention approaches to divert young people away from becoming involved in all aspects of gang criminality and exploitation, offending and reoffending | Increase opportunities for regular participation. Engage with young people, particularly those most at-risk or least likely engage in an active lifestyle, to improve long-term health and wellbeing.
Luton and Dunstable Hospital Trust Helipad appeal Pan PPR £15,000 All residents in Bedfordshire and nearby counties that require an air ambulance  Contribution towards the build of Helipad at L and D Hospital. Quicker response to victims of crimes such as stabbing will see improved care and survival rates.
Luton Council CTC May 2021 Luton CTC £1,972 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Luton Council CTC May 2021 Luton CTC £10,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Luton Council & Central Bedfordshire Council (as commissioners of the treatment services across Bedfordshire) Conditional Caution for Drugs and Alcohol treatment Pan CSF £50,000 200 people will be supported Reduce the escalation of drug and alcohol use and related offending behaviour
among local residents by earlier intervention through short treatment episode
Luton FC Contribution towards local youth work Pan PPR £5,000 Pan Beds Improved youth interaction with sports in schools
Luton Town FC Community Trust Park Street sports cage Luton CSF £2,500 300 Young people feel safe in their own environment| Young people become active members of their communities| Young people are less likely to be involved in criminal activity
Meppershall Council CTC May 2021 Central CTC £20,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
New PCC Fund after May 2021 To deliver the police and crime plan  Pan CSF £300,000 Community of Bedfordshire Measures will be designed once plan is known
Penrose Options   The CATE Project – Community Action to Thrive & Enable Pan PPR £38,096 12 people will benefit from this due to the nature of the work

Improved Wellbeing & Resillience: Pre and Post support survey | Improved relationships

Reactiv8 The Nation Ltd Reach For The Stars Pan CSF £13,500 36 people Service users feel better placed to re-engage with education, training or employment |
Service users feel empowered to make sensible life choices
Renhold Parish Council CTC May 2021 Bedford CTC £10,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Road Victims’ Trust Support for those affected by roads crimes Pan CTC £70,000 196 new, 86 existing for long term support and public facing campaigns To aid prevention of deaths on the roads and to support those who have experienced impact or loss 
Roads Fund For partners to bid into Pan CTC £200,000 Community of Bedfordshire To deliver against the agreed objectives of this fund from the Strategic Roads Board
Sharnbrook Council CTC May 2021 Bedford CTC £10,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Signpost Victim services main provider Pan MOJ £460,000 PAN BEDS 4000 minimum, target to rise to 6000
St Giles Trust SOS+ Central Bedfordshire Central CSF £7,500 224 people Young people who have received 1:1 mentoring have reduced risk of gang involvement and exploitation | Young people taking part in school sessions will have a greater understanding of gang exploitation, county lines and the consequences of becoming involved.
Stepping Stones  Contribution to organisation Luton MOJ DA additional fund £8,320.00 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
TBC harmful practices Pan MOJ £29,000 1000 young people (training workshops, information/ advice)
500 professionals (training, information and advice)
2000 members of the general public through awareness raising
50 victims, survivors or people at risk of HP (through direct interventions)
1.The response to HPs in Bedfordshire becomes more joined-up, leading to improved partnership working, increased capacity across relevant agencies and innovative new service developments that better support the preventative agenda.
2.Vulnerable people in Bedfordshire are more informed, safer and better protected from harmful practices while the community/professional response is better equipped to reduce, prevent and deal effectively with HPs cases.
3.With bridges created between vulnerable communities and the services that support them, victims/survivors will feel safer, healthier, better able to recover and empowered to achieve greater opportunity in their lives.
TBC May 2021 Mayor Fund Pan VERU £28,000 Pan Beds Environmental improvements for young people
The Change Portfolio Change plus Pan PPR £25,000 120 people Break the cycle of serial offending and to prevent crime where possible, the project has proven to reduce recidivism through education and awareness; Increase awareness and understanding of what is classified as Domestic Abuse 
The right track The Right Track Project Pan CSF £7,500 1000 people They will be more engaged in society, as we would hope to build their confidence and make them aware of services available to them | Job prospects would improve as we hope to inspire and  help them with options on their career choices and by attending these workshops they will have tangible proof in the form a certificate that they have and are making an effort to achieve positive changes to their lives. 
The Safer Luton Partnership Teenage Domestic Abuse Training and Support Project Luton CSF £10,000 100 young people Increased numbers of young people experiencing teenage domestic abuse supported through individual and group-based training | Increased awareness amongst young people of what healthy relationship looks like so they can evaluate their own relationships and make changes
The Safer Luton Partnership Contribution to organisation Luton MOJ DA additional fund £10,000.00 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
TOKKO Youth Space Contribution to location for youth DA support Luton MOJ DA additional fund £5,000.00 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
Transitions UK Aspire Plus Pan CSF £7,500 25-30 direct beneficeries (100 indirect) Working as an active partner with Bedfordshire Police to reduce long term levels of crime as the YP on the project are less likely to offend or reoffend | All YP on Aspire Plus will increase their knowledge and awareness of the dangers of carrying knives and gang association.
Wilden Parish Council CTC May 2021 Bedford CTC £5,000 All local residents and those who use the roads through the area  Reduction in KSIs in this area 
Women’s Aid in Luton Contribution to organisation Luton MOJ DA additional fund £10,000.00 Luton RAG LOG available of why additional funding was offered
You Turn Futures Direction and Conditional Caution Pan CSF £105,000 7,548 – 10,000 £85,000 to direction and then £20,000.00 to conditional cautions. 
Youth Offending Service TRIAGE Pan CSF £120,000 Precise number is difficult to quantify but the youth population of 10-17 years old are 100,000 Reduction in the numbers of First Time Entrants into the Criminal Justice System; In order to reduce the time children spend in custody, YOS to respond in a timely manner to assess and contribute to the decision making process.
Brake Brake Pan CTC £2,000 National charity All OPCCs contribute towards this national work