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Get the latest updates about the Sussex Violence Reduction Partnership, its partners and projects.

2022

May 2022 - Monthly Update

06/05/2022 - Police operations in East Sussex focus on reducing youth crime and violence

April 2022 - Monthly Update

01/04/2022 - ‘Whole-system’ approach to tackling violent crime is working, says government

01/04/2022 - Sussex Violence Reduction Partnership (VRP) receives continued government support

31/03/2022 - Partners working together to reduce violent crime in Brighton & Hove

March 2022 - Monthly Update

04/03/2022 - How prevention and intervention activity help to reduce serious violence

04/03/2022 - Data analysis enables targeting of Sussex VRP services

04/03/2022 - Violence is preventable, not inevitable

February 2022 - Monthly Update

17/01/2022 - National award recognises benefits of partnership working

January 2022 - Monthly Update

2021

25/11/2021 - VRP-funded project wins national award for partnership working

17/11/2021 - Crawley Borough Council secures Home Office funding for young people

30/07/2021 - Sussex Violence Reduction Partnership secures more than £500,000 extra funding to tackle serious violence 

14/07/2021 - Violence Reduction Units from across the country work together to prevent violence 

01/06/2021 - Sussex Police wins award for campaign to reduce and prevent knife-related violence in Sussex

20/05/2021 - A game of Knife or Life: Engaging with young people on the dangers of knife crime 

04/05/2021 - Become a member of the Sussex Violence Reduction Steering Group 

08/02/2021Partnership tackling serious violent crime in Sussex to get funding boost