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Awards winners 2012–2014

The Howard League Community Programmes Awards 2014

Community sentences – young people category

Winner

  • North Lincolnshire Multi Agency Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) Project North North Lincolnshire Children and Young People’s Youth Offending Service

Runner up

  • Girls Group – A Gender Specific Programme, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Youth Offending Service

Runner up

  • EXIT Programme, London Community Rehabilitation Company

 Police led diversion – young people category

Winner

  • The Aston Project, Gloucestershire Constabulary

Runner up

  • Corby JAM Team, Groundwork Northamptonshire (Northants Police)

Community sentences – adults category

Winner

  • Support 4 Change, The Cheshire & Greater Manchester Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC)

Runner up

  • Community IDAP/EPIC (Education, Prevention, Intervention in the Community), Wales CRC & Atal Y Fro

Women category

Winner

  • Alana House, Parents And Children Together (PACT)

Runner up

  • Women’s Residential Skills Training Programme, Warwickshire and West Mercia Community Rehabilitation Company in Partnership with Willowdene Farm

 Police led diversion – adults category

Winner

  • Adult Triage Hull, Humberside Police

Education, training and employment category

Winner

  • Build Up, Blackpool & The Fylde College

Runner up

  • Herts Horizons (IOM Hertfordshire), Hertfordshire Constabulary

Restorative Justice

Winner

  • Neighbourhood Resolution Panel Bradford, West Yorkshire Probation Community Rehabilitation Company

Runner up

  • Safe Durham Partnership Integrated Restorative Practice, Safe Durham Partnership

Runner up

  • Restorative Justice Service, Sacro

The Howard League Community Programmes Awards 2013

Adult category

Winner

  • St Mungo’s Floating Support Service For high Risk Offenders, St Mungo’s

Runner up

  • Restorative Mentoring, REMEDI

Runner up

  • Post Sentence Assessment, West Yorkshire Probation Trust

Women category

Winner

  • ISIS Women’s Centre, The Nelson Trust

Runner up

  • Anawim Women Working Together, Anawim

Runner up

  • Specified Activity for Female Empowerment (SAFE), Cheshire Probation Trust

Children and Young People category

Winner

  • Dudley YOS Housing Support Scheme, Dudley Youth Offending Service

Runner up

  • Stockwell Park Estate Job Fair, Metropolitan Police Service

Runner up

  • I am…somebody, Is This Fun For Everyone?

Education, training and employment category

 Winner

  • Startup

Runner up

  • Care Farm (Skills Training Programme) Specified Activity Requirement, West Mercia Probation Trust and Willowdene Farm

Unpaid Work category

 Winner

  • St Margaret’s Hospice and Community Payback, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust

Restorative Justice category

Winner

  • Integration of Partnership Restorative Justice Interventions Both Pre and Post Court, Darlington Youth Offending Services

The Howard League Community Programmes Awards 2012

Adult category

Winner

  • ‘Solo’ one-to-one programme for domestic violence perpetrators, Northumbria Probation Trust

Runner up

  • Yorkshire and Humberside Circles of Support and Accountability (YHCOSA)

Women category

Winner

  • Eden House, Bristol

Runner up

  • ADVANCE, Minerva Women’s Community Project, Hammersmith

Unpaid work category 

Winner

  • Allotment Project, Plymouth Youth Offending Service

Runner up

  • Building Confidence Project, Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Trust

Education, training & employment category 

Winner

  • Learning, Employment, Accommodation and Finance (LEAF) Service, Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Trust

Runner up

  • Education, Training and Employment, ESCAPE Family Support

Children & young people category

Winner

  • Intensive Fostering, Action for Children

Runner up

  • Safer Neighbourhoods, North Lincolnshire Youth Offending Burglary Project

Runner up

  • Wessex Dance Academy
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