VVCP Phase 3 funding confirmedThe College has been awarded a grant from the Home Office to continue the work of the Vulnerability and Violent Crime Programme (VVCP) into a third phase of activity. The new funding will enable us to continue work to develop the evidence base on vulnerability and serious violence, with a specific focus on county lines and child sexual abuse/ exploitation. Phase 3 of the programme has four main objectives:
The programme is now funded until March 2021. We will provide further details of the new interventions we are exploring through feasibility studies in due course. Progress of Phase 2
Eight of the most promising interventions identified in Phase 1 of the programme have been explored through independent evaluations. The final reports for these evaluations will be published in late 2020. You can find a list of the selected interventions with summaries on the intervention evaluation page.
Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme (VKPP)The VVCP continues to work closely with the VKPP on building the evidence base and identifying interventions and approaches to tackling vulnerability across England and Wales. The VKPP is undertaking a range of projects working with force violence and public protection (VPP) leads across national policing, including:
You can find out more about the range of VKPP activities here and see their range of briefing papers in the 'useful briefings' section at the bottom of this page.Contact us College team: email@example.com
VKPP team: firstname.lastname@example.org