1. Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner has Successfully Secured Additional Home Office Funding

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    By Cumbria Together on 22 May 2015

    Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner has successfully secured additional funding from the Home Office’s Police Innovation Fund to support three innovative projects over the next two years.

  2. Police and Crime Commissioner Announces New Victims Support Services for Cumbria

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    By Cumbria Together on 22 May 2015

    Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria, Richard Rhodes, has today announced that Victim Support has been commissioned to deliver support services for victims of crime in Cumbria. The new agreement will start on 1 April 2015 and will mean that victim referrals from the Constabulary which were previously forwarded to a regional Victim Care Unit in Manchester to make initial contact with victims of crime will now be handled locally in Cumbria.

  3. Police and Crime Commissioner Awards Perpetrator Programme Contract

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    By Cumbria Together on 22 May 2015

    Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria, Richard Rhodes, has today announced that following a competitive tendering process, Victim Support has been awarded a contract to deliver a programme targeted at perpetrators of domestic abuse in Cumbria. The contract will start on 1 April 2015 and will involve piloting the programme in South Cumbria over an eighteen month period.

  4. Press release: Funding announced for veterans to attend VE Day 70 Commemorations

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    By Cumbria Together on 23 April 2015

    Cost of travel funding available for Second World War veterans to attend events in London for the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.

  5. Male Rape Support Fund

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    By _Fat Media on 12 March 2015

    The Ministry of Justice is providing more than £1 million in funding to specialist rape support organisations across England and Wales as part of the first ever fund to help male victims of rape and sexual violence.