Crime Prevention Partners

Resources

Below is a list of useful resources for community partners to combat youth involvement in gangs.

Funding

The YGPF specifically targets youth with a demonstrated history of serious violence and/or who are clearly at risk of joining gangs and/or are already in gangs.

Funding

Ministry of Justice Community Safety and Crime Prevention Award Nomination application for individuals, groups or programs that have made outstanding contributions to this field.

Funding

Applications accepted year round. Funding provided by the Citizen and Immigration Canada Maximum amount of funding per event is $15,000.00.

Funding

National Research Day 2012 Call for Proposals: Theme "Sexual VIolence, Domestic Violence: Exploring the continuum of violence against women and girls.

Youth Gangs
Strength-based Approaches
Schools and Parents

A restorative approach to working with victims and offenders that encompasses a shift in thinking from blame and punishment to addressing impacts, restoring relationships and reintegrating those involved successfully back into their communities.

Youth Gangs
Evidence-based Practices

Two short power point presentations developed by the Surrey Wrap Project which exam no-traditional risk factors as well as the RAT risk assessment tool for assessing risk and protection.

Youth Gangs
Evidence-based Practices

A short powerpoint presentation by the Victim Services and Crime Prevention Branch of the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General discussing provincial youth gang prevention strategies  they have been involved in throughout  BC.    

Police
Community Crime Prevention

EMD is a rerral information database for police and office staff that contains information regarding provincial, regional and community based programs and services for youth.  

Funding

Financial Assistance to host events during National Victims of Crime Awareness Week from April 22-28 2012. The theme is "Moving Forward."

Evidence-based Practices
Schools and Parents

A new cross-Canada report that shows a consistant pattern in the use of alcohol and drugs by high school students no matter what part of Canada they live in.

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