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Police receive funding to tackle domestic abuse

Published on 23 September 2021
Intervention programmes will improve safety for victims
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The Home Office has awarded £11.3 million to 25 police and crime commissioners in England and Wales, to go towards domestic abuse intervention programmes to prevent domestic abuse. This is in addition to appointing a domestic abuse commissioner and providing more than £28 million to domestic abuse organisations.

Approximately £5.6m of this will go towards general perpetrator interventions, £3m for child and adolescent perpetrator interventions, and £2.7m for stalking interventions. The funding, which was announced on 11 August, builds on work already taking place to tackle domestic abuse.

You can read an overview of some of the intervention programmes and see the full table of successful bids on GOV.UK

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