43 pages tagged with Vulnerable people
Adults at risk
This page is from APP, the official source of professional practice for policing.
A&E navigators – South Yorkshire Police
Providing support to patients who enter accident and emergency with a violence-related injury.
Multi-agency child exploitation team – Norfolk Constabulary
Norfolk Constabulary’s multi-agency child exploitation (MACE) team helps put young people at the centre of serious violence prevention.
Right Care Right Person – Humberside Police
An approach developed by Humberside Police to ensure people who call the police get the best support and service.
Vulnerability and violent crime interventions
Evaluations of measures aimed at reducing vulnerability and violent crime, including implications for practice.
Interventions for situational crime prevention
Effective interventions for tackling neighbourhood crime
About the process of repairing harm caused by criminal behaviour, including its effectiveness and how it can be used by police
Appendix 1 – Actions
Actions you can take when managing vulnerability-related risks
A list of all the sources of information in this guidance
Recognising signs that someone is vulnerable and understanding why individuals may hide it
Using professional curiosity alongside other skills and tools makes it easier to identify vulnerabilities
The role of communication in developing relationships and encouraging disclosure
Developing the right skills and knowledge to respond effectively to vulnerable individuals
Introduction to vulnerability-related risk
What and who these evidence-based guidelines are for
Victims' Code for policing
The new Victims' Code came into force in April 2021. This page outlines victims' rights under the Code and the main changes for officers and staff.
Safer Nights Out van – tackling vulnerability in the night-time economy
A help point for vulnerable people, parked in the heart of Northampton's night-time economy every Friday and Saturday night.
Psychological treatment of adults convicted of sex offences against children