New service launches to support Leeds’ most vulnerable women

A new service has launched in Leeds which will support some of the city’s most vulnerable women into long-term accommodation. The ‘Somewhere Safe to Live’ project is being delivered by Leeds City Council in partnership with Together Women. The project will support homeless women in Leeds to access high quality, secure and safe ‘move-on’…

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Leeds propels pioneering initiative improving nightlife safety

Licensing Security and Vulnerability Initiative – Licensing SAVI is our confidential self-assessment tool designed to help the owners and operators of licensed premises provide a safe and secure environment for their managers, staff, customers and local communities. The city of Leeds, which has one of the largest evening and night-time economies in the UK,…

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Leeds City Council’s executive board to discuss refreshed strategy on tackling crime and keeping communities safe

Members of Leeds City Council’s executive board will discuss a refreshed version of the ‘Safer Leeds’ partnership strategy next week in its ongoing commitment to tackle anti-social behaviour and crime and protect communities. Over the past three years, the council has worked with a range of partners including West Yorkshire Police, West Yorkshire Fire…

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