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Alcohol & drugs (more info..)

If you or someone you know has a problem with alcohol or drugs, there's a wide range of help available.

Personal licences (more info..)

Here you will find all information on personal licences required to sell alcohol.

Register of premises application (more info..)

A list of all applications received in Northumberland, updated weekly.

Temporary event notices (more info..)

This section provides information on licences relating to temporary events.

Club premises certificate (more info..)

Clubs such as working men's or rugby clubs are organisations where members join together for a particular purpose and may combine to purchase alcohol in bulk for its members. These clubs should apply for a club premises certificate.

Responsible authorities (more info..)

Responsible authorities are the public bodies entitled to make representations to the licensing authority in relation to an application.

Preventing illegal driving (more info..)

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Fees schedule licences (more info..)

Here you will find information on licensing fees.

Fees schedule licences (more info..)

Here you will find information on licensing fees.

Fees schedule licences (more info..)

Here you will find information on licensing fees.

Fees schedule licences (more info..)

Here you will find information on licensing fees.

Fees schedule licences (more info..)

Here you will find information on licensing fees.

Alcohol Awareness week tackling issues of underage drinking. (more info..)

17 November 2017 Archived

The Alnwick and Amble Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP), led by Northumberland County Council, is holding a range of activities throughout Alcohol Awareness Week, highlighting the dangers associated with alcohol.

Working​ ​Together​ ​to​ ​Reduce​​​ ​Harm​ ​Caused​ ​by​ ​Alcohol​ ​and​ ​Drugs​ ​ (more info..)

14 November 2017 Archived

Partners from across Northumberland along with Councillors gathered on Tuesday (7th November) at an alcohol and drug forum organised by Northumberland County Council.

Northumberland Council puts focus on underage drinking (more info..)

04 July 2018

The Alnwick and Amble Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP), led by Northumberland County Council, is holding a range of activities throughout a week of action starting July 9th, highlighting the dangers associated with alcohol and underage drinking.

Berwick pub sold illegal spirits (more info..)

22 October 2018

A couple who sold illegal spirits from their Berwick pub have to pay more than £3,000 after appearing in court.

Northumberland’s challenge to start the New Year by ditching the booze for 31 days. (more info..)

15 December 2017 Archived

Balance, the North East Alcohol Office, is urging friends, families and work colleagues in Northumberland to come together and take on the 2018 Dry January challenge, as a recent YouGov poll found almost one in 10 people in the North East – 168,899 people – are already planning on taking part.

Public asked to help combat under-age sales (more info..)

29 August 2017 Archived

Residents are being asked to play their part in tackling under-age sales in the county.

Don’t let dodgy spirits haunt you (more info..)

04 September 2017 Archived

Residents and shopkeepers are being asked to look out for cheap illicit vodka after it was found on sale in pubs in the Berwick area.

Amble tenants attend advice drop-in session (more info..)

19 April 2017 Archived

Housing and support organisations met with Northumberland County Council tenants in Amble last week (April 11) at a drop-in session.

Where are the best local firework displays? (more info..)

30 October 2018

View our big list of organised firework displays in Northumberland and surrounding areas.

Water safety awareness (more info..)

15 June 2018 Archived

As part of Drowning Prevention Week, running from 15-25th June, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service are reminding residents of the importance of staying safe when in or near water.

Stay BBQ safe this summer (more info..)

06 June 2018 Archived

While out enjoying the weather, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service, as part of the national fire safety campaign, is asking everyone to take extra care when cooking al fresco.

Dangers of co-sleeping with babies highlighted during child safety week (more info..)

05 June 2018 Archived

The dangers of co-sleeping with a baby are to be highlighted by Northumberland County Council and partners during National Child Safety Week.

Council backs national child abuse campaign (more info..)

20 March 2018 Archived

Northumberland County Council supported National Working Group Network’s national CSE Day.

Raising the alarm on fire safety (more info..)

19 October 2017 Archived

Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) are reminding residents in Northumberland to remain fire safe and are using October - Smoke Alarm Testing Month - as a key reminder.

Smoking. Put it out, right out. (more info..)

13 April 2018 Archived

NFRS are reminding residents of the fire risks associated with smoking

3. The impact of Alcohol consumption in Northumberland

A HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD Date: 10 DECEMBER 2015 The Impact of

consumption in Northumberland Report of the Deputy Chief Executive/Director of Children’s Services, Daljit Lally Cabinet Member: Cllr Susan Dungworth, Adult Soci...

06. Alcohol CLeaR self-assessment

HEALTH & WELLBEING BOARD Date: 13 July 2017

CLeaR Self-assessment Report of the Interim Chief Executive/DCS Cabinet Member: ?Councillor V. Jones, Adult Wellbeing & Health Purpose of the report: The purpose of this report is to: ? Brief senior le...

06.2 Alcohol Consumption Themed Scrutiny Meeting Notes 17.02.17

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL CARE AND WELLBEING OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE Notes of the

Consumption in Northumberland Task and Finish Group Meeting held in the Chairman’s Dining Room, County Hall, Morpeth at 12:00 pm on Thursday 16 February 2017 PRE...

03 A follow up report on the potential strategic approach to reducing the harm saused to young people by alcohol

A COMMITTEE: HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD Date: 12 MAY 2016 A follow up report on the potential strategic approaches to reducing the harm caused to young people by

Report of the Deputy Chief Executive/Director of Children’s Ser...

04. A follow up report about young people and alcohol and the UK CMO Alcohol Guidelines Review

B COMMITTEE: HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD DATE: 11 FEBRUARY 2016 A follow up report about young people and

and the UK Chief Medical Officers

Guidelines Review Report of the Deputy Chief Executive/Director of Children’...

06.1 Alcohol Consumption Themed Scrutiny Meeting Notes 17.01.17 Appendix Dii

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL CARE AND WELLBEING OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE Notes ??of the

Consumption in Northumberland Task and Finish Group Meeting held in the Chairman’s Dining Room, County Hall, Morpeth at 10:00 am on Tuesday 17 January 2017 PRE...

10.2 Alcohol Consumption Themed Scrutiny Meeting Notes 17.02.17 (Appendix Diii)

NORTHUMBERLAND   COUNTY   COUNCIL      CARE   AND   WELLBEING   OVERVIEW   AND   SCRUTINY   COMMITTEE    Notes   of   the   

  C   onsumption   in   Northumberland   Task   and   Finish  G   roup  Meeting   held   in   the   Chairman’s   Dining   Room,   County   Hall,  ...

07 Alcohol Consumption in Northumberland Task and Finish Group - Draft Terms of Reference (Appendix G)

G   CARE   AND   WELLBEING   OVERVIEW   AND   SCRUTINY   COMMITTEE     

   CONSUMPTION   IN   NORTHUMBERLAND  TASK   AND   FINISH   GROUP    Draft   Terms   of   Reference   of   the   

   Consumption   in   Northumberland  Task   and   Finish   Group      Purpose...

10.1 Alcohol Consumption Themed Scrutiny Meeting Notes 17.01.17 (Appendix Dii)

NORTHUMBERLAND   COUNTY   COUNCIL      CARE   AND   WELLBEING   OVERVIEW   AND   SCRUTINY   COMMITTEE    Notes   o    f   the   

   Consumption   in  N   orthumberland   Task   and   Finish   Group  Meeting   held   in   the   Chairman’s   Dining  R   oom,   County   Hal...

03 Alcohol strategy Report

Licensing Committee Date: 21 August 2013 ________________________________________________________________________ Government’s

Strategy 2012 consultation – the next steps Report of the Director of Public Health and Protection Policy Board Member:...

03 Alcohol strategy Report

Licensing Committee Date: 21 August 2013 ________________________________________________________________________ Government’s

Strategy 2012 consultation – the next steps Report of the Director of Public Health and Protection Policy Board Member:...

03 Alcohol strategy Report

Licensing Committee Date: 21 August 2013 ________________________________________________________________________ Government’s

Strategy 2012 consultation – the next steps Report of the Director of Public Health and Protection Policy Board Member:...

03 Alcohol strategy Report

Licensing Committee Date: 21 August 2013 ________________________________________________________________________ Government’s

Strategy 2012 consultation – the next steps Report of the Director of Public Health and Protection Policy Board Member:...

06 Alcohol Consumption in Northumberland Task and Finish Group Report

D CABINET Date: 11 April 2017 ________________________________________________________________________

CONSUMPTION IN NORTHUMBERLAND TASK AND FINISH GROUP Report of the Chairman of the Task and Finish Group: Councillor Kath Nisbet _________________...

04 Appendix A

Next steps following the consultation on delivering the Government’s

strategy July 2013Contents Ministerial foreword ...................................................................................................................... 3 Introduction ...................

Children of alcoholics

Reference: 3085

1) Does the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health have an estimate for the number of:

a) Dependent drinkers within your local authority area?
b) Hazardous drinkers within your local authority area?

2) Does the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health have an estimate for the number of children in your local authority area in;
a) Families with a dependent drinker(s)
b) Families with a hazardous drinker(s)
3) Can the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health provide me with the estimates referenced in request 1 and 2?

4) Does the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health have in place a strategy of support for children of:

a) Dependent drinkers
b) Hazardous drinkers

5) If so can I;

a) Have a copy of the strategy referenced in request 4 and;
b) Have an estimate of the budget provision made for this support

6) Can the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health provide me with an estimate for the number of referrals in your area made for treatments for alcohol misuse in the last year for which data is available?

7) Can the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health provide me with an estimate for the amount spent on treatments for alcohol misuse in the last year for which data is available?

8) Can the Local Authority’s Director of Public Health provide me with an estimate for the amount your local authority area is forecast to spend on treatments for alcohol misuse in:

a) 2016/17
b) 2017/18
c) 2018/19

 

Public Health functions

Reference: 2893

1. For the financial year 2015/16, please list methods for assessing the efficacy of the following non-statutory public health functions of the Director of Public Health, including cost-effectiveness, for each of:

Smoking and tobacco – Stop smoking services and interventions
Physical activity – adults
Obesity – adults
Substance misuse - Alcohol misuse

2. Each of these should specify:

Smoking and tobacco – Stop smoking services and interventions – net current expenditure by the local authority on public health interventions whose intention is to reduce or stop smoking. As part of this, please list:

Net current expenditure on the intervention
Number of people who accessed the services
Number of people who reduced their smoking or stopped smoking as a result of the intervention

3. Physical activity – adults – net current expenditure by the local authority on public health interventions whose intention is to lead to the taking up of sport on a regular basis. As part of this, please list:

Net current expenditure on the intervention
Number of people who accessed the services
Number of people who took up sport on a regular basis as a result of the intervention

4. Obesity – adults – net current expenditure by the local authority on public health interventions whose intention is to lead to weight loss. As part of this, please list:

Net current expenditure on the intervention
Number of people who accessed the services
Number of people who have lost weight as a result of the intervention

5. Substance misuse - Alcohol misuse – adults – net current expenditure by the local authority on public health interventions whose intention is to diminish alcohol consumption. As part of this, please list:

Net current expenditure on the intervention
Number of people who accessed the services
Number of people who have reduced their alcohol intake as a result of the intervention

6. Please also list the metric used to determine cost-effectiveness for each of the above four interventions. If a cost-effectiveness metric is not used, please list any alternative methods for each of the above four interventions.

 

Public Space Protection orders

Reference: 3022

We are seeking information about your authority's use of Public Space Protection Orders between October 2014 and June 2017. We are particularly interested in how they've been used against young adults (aged 18-25), so where possible breakdowns of data on sanctions by specific ages would be ideal.

1. Please give the details of all Public Space Protection Orders currently in place, or that have been in place in the time period specified. Please send the text of the Order as well as any relevant consultation documents.

2. How many Fixed Penalty Notices, prosecutions, convictions and fines have there been for not complying with the terms of these Public Space Protections Orders, including failure to hand over or cease drinking alcohol when requested? Could you break these down by the specific PSPO to which they relate?

3. How many verbal or written warnings have been issued for breach of any of the terms of a PSPO?

4. How many times has alcohol been confiscated under a PSPO?

5. Could you provide any demographic information you might have recorded about who has been given these sanctions, particularly the specific ages of each person sanctioned. Could you break this down by the specific PSPO to which they relate please?

6. Apart from the case management system used to record and monitor cases of Antisocial Behaviour, what other databases have people sanctioned for breaching PSPOs been placed on in the time period specified? E.g. safeguarding, gangs etc.

 

Community Protection Notice

Reference: 3040

Please may I be provided with the following information:

1) The number of Community Protection Notice (CPN) Warnings issued by the local authority for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017;

2) The number of Community Protection Notices (CPNs) issued by the local authority for the time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to the most recent statistics for September 2017;

3) Brief details of the circumstances/reasons on why each of the CPNs and CPN warnings were issued;

4) The number of fixed penalty notices issued for breach of a CPN for the following time periods: 1 October 2014 to 30 September 2015; 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016; 1 October 2016 to September 2017 or the most recent statistics available;

5) The initial ‘fine’ amount of a fixed penalty notice issued for breach of a CPN.

If you are unable to provide details behind each individual CPN Warning and CPN due to exceeding the cost of compliance limits identified under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act, please place the circumstances of each CPN Warning and CPN issued under broad categories such as ‘allowing dog to escape/severely overgrown garden/fly tipping in garden,’ alongside the number issued for that offence.

 

Naloxone provision

Reference: 2917

I submit this request for specific information regarding Naloxone provision in the Northumberland Health and Wellbeing Board area of responsibility. Given the tragic increase of opioid and fentanyl related deaths in the United Kingdom, we are seeking this specific information to map out Naloxone provision in England and to facilitate overdose prevention initiatives. This information is sought under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA 2000).

1. According to the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) data, how many opiate clients were in treatment between 31st March 2016 and 1st April 2017?

2. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and/or Coroners statistics, how many deaths related to drug poisoning (as defined by the International Classification of Diseases, ICD-9 and ICD-10) were registered in 2015 where any opioid was mentioned on the death certificate?

3. Is Take-home Naloxone (THN) currently provided? If THN is currently provided, please proceed to respond to

Questions 4-14.

4. Was the term ‘Naloxone’ specifically included in the most recent tender document when commissioning for any drug and/or alcohol services?

5. Who is responsible for purchasing Naloxone?

6. How many Naloxone kits were purchased by responsible persons/bodies (see Question 5) in each financial year since 2014/15?

7. Are there any concrete plans to repurchase Naloxone in the next financial year (between 1st April 2017 and 31st March 2018)?

8. Who is currently directly providing Take-home Naloxone (THN) kits?

9. Have THN providers received training on how to train THN recipients to administer Naloxone? If such training has been provided, please proceed to respond to sub-questions a-b.
a. Which groups received such training?
b. Which organisation(s) and/or individual(s) delivered such training?

10. Who is currently provided with THN kits?

11. Do individuals eligible to receive THN kits (see Question 11) have to fulfil any requirements in order to receive THN kits?

12. What is the maximum number of THN kits an individual can receive at the point of access, if any?

13. How many THN kits were dispensed in the community in each financial year since 2014/15?

14. What recording and/or monitoring practices have been put in place regarding Naloxone, if any?

Children in need 2016/17

Reference: 2955

Scale of referrals and decisions on referrals
 

1. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide the number of children by the age groups as in the table below who: a) were referred to your local authority’s children’s services; b) were referred to your local authority’s children’s services but after initial consideration no further action was taken c) were referred and proceeded to be assessed as children in need as specified in the Working together guidance; d) referred, assessed but closed after assessment with no further action
 

a) Total referred to social services
b) Total referred but after initial consideration no further action was taken
c) referred and assessed as children in need
d) referred, assessed and closed after assessment with no further action

 

Under 1
Age 1-4
Age 5-9
Age 10-13
Age 14
Age 15
Age 16
Age 17

 

16-17 year olds children in need
 

2. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide a total number of children aged 16 and 17 who were children in need at any point during that period of time.
 

3. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide a breakdown by gender and ethnicity of 16-17 year olds who were children in need at any point during that period of time.
 

Ethnicity

Females 16 and 17
Males 16 and 17
Total unknown gender 16 and 17
Total

 

White
Mixed
Asian or Asian British
Black or Black British
Other ethnic group

 

4. In a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide a total number of children aged 16 and 17 who were children in need at any point during that period of time by duration of their child in need plan.
16 year old

17 year old
 

a) Under 3 months
b) 3 to 6 months
c) 6 to 12 months
d) Over a year

 

5. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide a total number of children who ceased to be children in need at any point during that period of time and were:
Age 14
Age 15
Age 16 and 17

 

6. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide a breakdown of reasons for closure of CIN cases in relation to 16 and 17 year olds.
 

Description (CIN code)

16 year olds

17 year olds

Total 16 and 17
year olds

 

Adopted (RC1)
Died (RC2)
Child arrangement order (RC3)
Special guardianship order (RC4)
Transferred to services of another local authority (RC5)
Transferred to adult social services (RC6)
Services ceased for any other reason, incl child no longer in need (RC7)
Case closed after assessment, no further action (RC8)

 

7. Is there is a policy in your local authority on how children in need’s transition to adulthood is planned? Please share the policy document with us.
 

Children in need aged 16-17 year olds and their previous involvement with children’s services
 

8. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide the number of children referred to social services who were a) re-referrals within the 12 months of previous referral; b) re-referrals within the 24 months of previous referral
 

a) Referrals that were within the 12 months of previous referral
b) Referrals that were within the 24 months of previous referral but not within the 12 month of current referral Total

 

Age 16
Age 17
Total 16-17

 

9. In the year from April 2016 to March 2017 please provide the number of children in need aged 16-17 who were looked after by local authority by less than 13 weeks prior from the age of 14 to their 16th birthday.
 

Children in need aged 16-17 year olds by source of referral
 

10. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide the number of children aged 16 and 17 who were referred to your local authority’s children’s services by source of referral codes as in the Children in Need Census.
 

CIN code for the source of referral
All children 0-117 (inclusive)
Children aged 16-17 only

 

1A ‘INDIVIDUAL (Family
member, relative or carer)
1B ‘INDIVIDUAL (Acquaintance)
1C ‘INDIVIDUAL’ (Self - referred)
1D ‘INDIVIDUAL ’Other’
2A ‘SCHOOLS’
2B Education services
3A ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (GP)
3B ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Health visitor)
3C ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (School nurse)
3D ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Other primary health services)
3E ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (A&E)
3F ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Other)
4 ‘HOUSING’ (local authority housing or housing association)
5A ‘LA SERVICES’ (social care)
5B ‘LA SERVICES’ (other internal)
5C ‘LA SERVICES’ (Other external)
6 POLICE
7 OTHER LEGAL AGENCY
8 OTHER
9. ANONYMOUS
10. UNKNOWN

 

11. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide the number of children aged 16 and 17 who were referred and assessed as children in need by source of referral codes as in the Children in Need Census.
 

CIN code for the source of referral
All children 0-18 Children aged 16-17 only

 

1A ‘INDIVIDUAL’ (Family member, relative or carer)
1B ‘INDIVIDUAL’ (Acquaintance)
1C ‘INDIVIDUAL’ (Self - referred)
1D ‘INDIVIDUAL’ (Other)
2A ‘SCHOOLS’
2B Education services
3A ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (GP)
3B ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Health visitor)
3C ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (School nurse)
3D ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Other primary health services)
3E ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (A&E)
3F ‘HEALTH SERVICES’ (Other)
4 ‘HOUSING’ (local authority housing or housing association)
5A ‘LA SERVICES’ (social care)
5B ‘LA SERVICES’ (other internal)
5C ‘LA SERVICES’ (Other external)
6 POLICE
7 OTHER LEGAL AGENCY
8 OTHER
9. ANONYMOUS
10. UNKNOWN

 

Children in need aged 16-17 year olds primary category of need
 

12. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide the number of children aged 16 and 17 by the primary need identified on assessments:
 

Number of children in need 16 and 17 year olds
 

N1. Abuse or neglect
N2. Child’s disability
N3. Parental Disability or Illness
N4. Family in acute stress
N5. Family dysfunction
N6. Socially unacceptable behaviour
N7. Low income
N8. Absent parenting
N9. Cases other than children in need
N10. Not stated

 

Children in need aged 16-17 year olds by factors identified in assessments
 

13. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 please provide the number of CIN assessments (of all children and children 16 and 17 year old separately) which have recorded information on the factors identified in assessments.
Number of CIN assessments of children 0 to 17 (inclusive) with recorded information on factors identified in assessments
Number of CIN assessments of children 16 and 17 with recorded information on factors identified in assessments

 

14. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please state how often the factors listed were identified in assessments – for all children (aged 0-17), and specifically for children aged 16-17.
a) Total number of factors identified in CIN assessment of children 0-18
b) Number of factors identified in assessments of 16-17 year olds:

 

1A. Alcohol misuse (by the child)
1B. Alcohol misuse (by parent or carer)
1C. Alcohol misuse (another person in household)
2A. Drug misuse (by the child)
2b. Drug misuse (by parent/carer)
2c. Drug misuse (by another person in household)
3a. Domestic violence (child the subject)
3b. Domestic violence (parent or carer the subject)
3c. Domestic violence (another person)
4a. Mental health (child’s)
4b. Mental health (parent’s)
4c.Mental health (other’s)
5a. Learning disability (child’s)
5b. Learning disability (parent’s)
5c. Learning disability (other’s)
6a. Physical disability or illness (child’s)
6b. Physical disability or illness (parent’s)
6c. Physical disability or illness (other’s)
7a. Young carer
8b and 8c. Privately fostered (overseas children)
8d-8e. Privately fostered (UK children).
9a. UASC
10A. Missing
11A. CSE
12A. Trafficking
13A. Gangs
14A. Socially unacceptable behaviour
15A. Self-harm
16A. Abuse or neglect - neglect
17A. Abuse or neglect – emotional abuse
18a. Abuse or neglect – physical abuse
19a. Abuse or neglect –sexual abuse
20. Other
21. No factors identified
22A.FGM
23A. Abuse linked to faith or belief

 

16 and 17 year olds Section 47 inquiries and Child Protection Plan
 

15. How many children aged 16 and 17 were subject to Section 47 Enquiries in a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017?
 

16. How many children aged 16 and 17 were subject of an initial stage child protection conference in a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017?
 

17. How many children aged 16 and 17:
Became the subject of a Child Protection plan at any point in a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017?
Were subject of a Child Protection plan in the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017?

 

18. Of all children aged 16 and 17 who became a subject of a Child Protection plan in the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, how many have previously been subject of child in need plan or child protection plan?
 

16 and 17 year olds who became looked after
 

19. In the year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide the number of children aged 16 and 17 who started to be looked after by local authority.
 

20. In a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide a breakdown by legal status for children aged 16 and 17 who started to be looked after by local authority in that year
Interim care order
Full care order
Placement order
Accommodated under Section 20
Detained on child protection grounds in LA
accommodation
Youth justice legal statuses

 

21. In a year from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, please provide the number children aged 16 and 17 whose application for care order was not successful.

 

Community Protection orders

Reference: 3023

We are seeking information on your authority's use of Community Protection Notices between October 2014 and June 2017. We are particularly interested in how they may have been used to sanction young adults (aged 18-25), so breakdowns of data on who was given a CPN or sanctioned for non-compliance by their specific age would be ideal.

1. How many Community Protection Notice warnings have been issued by your authority in the time period specified?

2. How many resultant Community Protection Notices have been issued in the time period specified? Please state the subject of these CPNs and provide the text of any notices if available.

3. How many Fixed Penalty Notices, prosecutions, convictions, fines, remedial orders, forfeiture orders and warrants for seizure have been issued for breaches of Community Protection Notices in the time period specified?

4. Could you provide any demographic information about who was given CPN warnings, CPNs and resultant sanctions, particularly the specific ages of each person?

5. Could you confirm whether the data you provide only refers to measures and resultant sanctions that your authority issued? I.e. does your data include instances where the council issued a CPN but the police shared enforcement responsibility and so issued a sanction for breach? Or similarly, if you have a joint case management system, does your data include instances where the police have issued a CPN and also issued the sanction for breach? We are requesting the same information from police forces and don't want to double count cases.

6. Apart from the case management system you use to monitor and record cases of ASB, what other databases have people issued a CPN or sanction for breach been placed on in the time period specified?