Northern council defends spending of money on new home for young menLondon: Police officers from the London Metropolitan Police will spend next year on new residential homes, after they gave more than £7 million in local authorities, cities and towns to establish "safe houses" for male children. The policing role will be provided by young people who receive free schooling in a central London area.The £7 million allocated last year to establish one safe house is not covered by Police funding, but police chiefs said the move would be good for children. The new homes w충주출장마사지ill be built in the west of London, with the west London boroughs of Chiswick and Waltham Forest chosen for the project, which has been approved by local residents."These homes will enable young people to have the chance to be safe and healthy, and help to create a society that works for children," Metropolitan Police Chief of Staff, Paul Hewitt said in a statement.The London council will also create a new safe house in the south west of the city, which will be home to 100 young men aged between nine and 17 with a wider aim to raise awareness among staff of the risks and dangers facing young men who have been at risk of violence and to develop further ways for officers to develop skills to deal with young offenders.Police chiefs said골목 many of the officers will come from the London Metropolitan Police's young offender community, with more than 1,100 officers working in a four-year training course that includes lessons in leadership, self-protection and crime prevention.Under the plan, officers will be based in the distr더나인 카지노icts of Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Barnet, Hackney and Lambeth for the whole of 2016-17, which is also to be followed by a one-off operation for officers to provide care and support for boys. A second unit set up for young men aged 16-21 will be opened over the next three years at Kensington and Chelsea police.Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal attack on a bus stop in London earlier this year. Officers have said they are investigating two more incidents involving boys linked to the alleged attacker but have also detained an 18-year-old for questioning in connection with the attacks, the first involving another male attack on a bus stop.The police force is investing in a new, specially-trained patrol force and improving training for officers, which is designed to improve the understanding of children and their potential involvement in crime and disorder.The force'