Archive for the ‘Crime’ Category

Elthorne ward forum budget 2011-2012

by Nigel Bakhai on 3 October, 2011

Since 2008, Elthorne has been allocated a ward forum budget every year to spend on local environmental, transport, town centre regeneration or other projects in the area. In 2010-2011, Elthorne had a budget of £40,000 and some of the funds from the ward forum went towards an alleygating scheme in Deans Road, establishing a new centre for providing arts in […]

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Question Does the council offer apprentice schemes to train ex-youth offenders, and if so, how many ex-offenders does the council currently employ? What does the council do to encourage its contractors and businesses in Ealing to give apprenticeships or training to young offenders following their release from custody to aid their rehabilitation? Answer The Council’s […]

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Envirocrime Report

by Nigel Bakhai on 29 January, 2011

Labour-run Ealing Council has recently announced plans to reduce the number of Envirocrime Prevention officers who deal with issues like flytipping and illegal street trading in the borough. As a result of these changes, the number of ward based Envirocrime officers will be reduced from 20 down to 11 which will mean that going forward most will have […]

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