We with a number of London boroughs helping young people involved in criminal exploitation and serious violence. Rescue and Response is a partnership project helping young people in London involved in county line activity.
The SOS+ Service offers prevention and diversion for young people in schoolsand also raises awareness amongst parents and professionals. Alongside thenational Programme, locally commissioned SOS+ Programmes are delivered in colleges in South East London, Norfolk, Ipswich, Kent, Hertfordshire and Rhyll.
We also work in Newport and other areas across Wales to offer support, advice and guidance to young people at risk to help divert them away from criminal exploitation such as serious violence and county lines.
SOS Out There Kent - funded by Kent PCC, helps young people in the county involved in county line activity and offers peer-led diversion to those at risk. It is a development from our first ever specialist county lines intervention project helping young people in Kent.
SOS Brighton helps young people in Brighton involved in or at risk of criminal exploitation and drugs including county line activity.
SOS Yorkshire helps young people in the region involved in or at risk of criminal exploitation, gangs, drugs and serious violence.
Our work in London custody suites offers support and advice to young people in police custody to divert them away from more serious criminal activity.
We work in hospitals in London and the West Midlands helping young people who have been admitted as a results of serious violence. We currently provide this work at the Royal London Hospital, London, and at two hospitals in the West Midlands supported by West Midlands PCC.