Published: Monday 11th November 2013
The Restore Project has been launched in Hartlepool on 7th November 2013 which aims to bring the victims of crime and those who harmed them together to help them to move on with their lives.
Views are being sought by 24th March 2012 on a blueprint which will set out how Hartlepool intends to address domestic violence over the next four years.
These's an important opportunity on 8th October 2012 for people to find out more about the services available to victims of crime and to give their views on where more support is needed.
Residents will be able to get advice on how to make their homes more secure at two Lights Against Crime drop-in sessions taking place in the Central Library in York Road from 11am-12pm on Monday 21st October and Thursday 24th October 2013.
Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger will be the special guest at a diversity event that aims to bring communities together and raise awareness of hate crime on 9th November 2013.
On 18th November 2013 Balance has launched a new hard hitting health campaign to raise awareness of the links between alcohol and cancer.
Hartlepool residents are invited to a presentation by Cleveland Police bosses which will take place in the town on Thursday 5th December 2013.