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Project details

Reduction type

Criminal Justice and Enforcement


Area

South Yorkshire


Funding amount

£2,000


Purpose

A rise in custody referral rates to Immigration Enforcement National Command and Control Unit from 35% to 49%

Quick summary

The rise in custody referral rates to Immigration Enforcement National Command and Control Unit from 35% to 49%, as a result of this initiative, indicates more high harm interventions can be identified and actioned.


As a result of this initiative (despite issues relating to Covid19) there has been a rise in custody referral rates to Immigration Enforcement National Command and Control Unit from 35% to 49%, which is one of the indicators in ensuring that more high harm interventions can be identified and actioned.

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