LBN-Violence Reduction Coordinator

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
  • Category
    Public Sector - Public Sector
  • Job type
    Temporary contract
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference

The Violence Reduction Coordinator will coordinate the delivery of interventions tackling serious crime alongside the work of the local community and partner agencies - including the Metropolitan Police, local authorities, youth services, health services, VCS, and criminal justice agencies in line with Newham's Violence Reduction Plan and MOPAC's Violence Reduction Unit framework. This work will be underpinned by evidence and intelligence-driven approaches to help identify the underlying risk factors that can lead to violence, diagnose the problem and then assist in the development and the delivery of partnership plans and interventions to tackle them.

The post holder will work with partners to support the outreach, resettlement and aftercare aspects of people's needs. The work will particularly focus on risk management, public protection, vulnerability of the individual and facilitating improved access to existing services.

This post will be responsible for shaping and developing this area into the future and managing, motivating and developing the work or a Violence Reduction Analyst. The VR Analyst will develop and coordinate evaluation, analysis and understanding of data from partner organisations to enhance the understanding of the incidence and causes of violent crime, and to measure the impact of interventions to prevent and reduce violence. The VR Analyst will be responsible for gathering and analysis data and intelligence from a wide range of sources and be pivotal in demonstrating the overall impact of the project and Newham's VR Plan.

The delivery of this project should be within flexible hours, as it is anticipated that some evening and weekend work will be required.

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