YISP

AcronymDefinition
YISPYouth Inclusion Support Panel
YISPYukon Industrial Support Policy (Canada)
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The YISP is a planning group that seeks to prevent offending and anti-social behaviour by offering support services to children aged between eight and 15 and their families.
Agencies involved in YISP include police, the fire service, social services, education, anti-social behaviour workers, town team co-ordinators and voluntary organisations.
Connie Jennings, a project manager for the YISP, said: 'It is a fairly young age to be looking at children's needs but there is evidence to suggest that if you put prevention programmes in at an early age they are more likely to be successful.
Youth Inclusion & Support Panels, or YISPS) and others more targeted at groups of young people in high crime locations (e.g.
YJB/CYPU 2002 Establishing Youth Inclusion and Support Panels (YISPS): Draft Guidance Note for Children's Fund Partnerships and Youth Offending Teams.
Youth Justice Board chairman Lord Warner announced that up to 10 pilot schemes of the Youth Inclusion and Support Panels (YISPs) will go ahead in the Government's 10 street crime blackspots.
The YISPs will be made up of a range of experts including officers from local youth offending teams, police and representatives from schools, health and social services.
Youth Justice Board chairman Lord Warner was due to announce that up to 10 pilots of the Youth Inclusion and Support Panels (YISPs) were to go ahead in the Government's 10 street crime blackspots, including the West Midlands.