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The Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership has published a Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) learning briefing into the circumstances of the death of Martyn.
Bristol residents are being urged to make time to check in with one another following the launch of a new Are you OK? campaign in the city.
The Home Office have launched a consultation to support the development of the revised Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy. They are seeking the views of those with lived experience as well as those with expertise in working with victims and survivors. The consultation is open until 19th February 2021.
Young people in Bristol, and professionals that work with children and young people are invited to attend this free half-day workshop on 17th February 2021. Learn how the pandemic has impacted communities and hear from a range of guest speakers on subjects including; loneliness and low mood in children, adult mental health and COVID-19 related anxiety.
Counter Terrorism Policing have launched a new website to provide advice, support and guidance to families and friends worried that a loved one is vulnerable to radicalisation.
This time of year we normally prepare to hold our annual candle lit vigil to remember the two women who are murdered each week in the UK by their partner or ex-partner, and all women and girls who are affected by domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. Last year Domestic Abuse was named a shadow pandemic. This year we are having a social media vigil and are asking you to take part.
Bristol will be holding events in partnership with Avon and Somerset Police to raise awareness of hate crime in our communities.
A short film produced by Unique Voice, aimed at professionals working with boys and young men.
Do you “Think Family”? KBSP are re-promoting the Think Family guidance in order to make sure our most vulnerable continue to have the support that they need.
The Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership (KBSP) has published a review commissioned following the tragic death of 'Jonathan'.
Domestic Homicide Review in the case of Becky Watts published by Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership today
Bristol City Council is consulting on the recommissioning of Rough Sleeping services - closes 31 Jan