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Child exploitation

19 Apr 2023

How do you recognise a victim of child exploitation?

Gangs

7 Sep 2022

Knife crime: why a localised approach is key

Gangs

18 Jul 2022

Wolverhampton Violence Reduction Community Service: Final evaluation

An image of a poster hung in the Catch22 office which reads "Unleash greatness - don't mandate mediocrity."

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Child exploitation

22 Oct 2021

County Lines slang

Close-up of a young woman, taken from waist-height, as she looks at her phone. Her face is not visible. Overlaid is text that says: "Spot the Signs Poster Hub".

Posters and downloads,

Gangs

15 Oct 2021

Royal visit to Wolverhampton’s Violence Reduction Service

HRH The Princess Royal unveils a plague for the opening of the service.

Announcements,

Gangs

13 Jul 2020

Reflecting on the Youth Violence Commission’s Final Report

Artwork created by participants on the Wolverhampton Violence Reduction Service. The artwork was created by drawing around their hands and then filling in the space. The artwork has been framed.

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Gangs

20 May 2020

Gang intervention services adapt to COVID-19 challenges

Gangs

29 Jun 2019

Gangs in prison: violence reduction and rehabilitation

Close-up of two people having a meeting. One of them holds a booklet about "Tagging".

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Gangs

2 Oct 2018

What does a ‘Public Health’ approach to violence really mean?

Gangs

9 Apr 2018

Catch22 responds to the new Serious Violence Strategy

A teenage boy sits on the sofa watching something on his phone whilst listening to it using wireless headphones.

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