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Crime Reduction Fund - Grants Awarded 2014-17

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The Commissioner’s Crime Reduction Fund ran from 2014-17 and invested over half a million pounds in a range of projects aimed at cutting crime and making local communities safer. You can view a list of the funding grants in the table below.

Community groups, charities and organisations with an interest in crime reduction and public safety received grants from the scheme. Youth projects also benefitted significantly from funding. Examples included grants for CCTV equipment, security gates for alleyways to reduce burglaries and anti-social behaviour, and projects to divert young people at risk of committing crime into more positive activities.   

The amounts ranged from over £48,000 awarded to national charity The Princes Trust, working to divert young people at risk of offending in our area into employment and education, down to a £100 grant to a local Neighbourhood Watch Group to buy door chains to fit to the homes of elderly and vulnerable residents.

This fund has now closed, a new funding structure is being established from April 2017 and details will be published HERE when available. 
 

Commissioner's Crime Reduction Fund - Grants Awarded
 Organisation                                     Local Authority Area*  Amount of Grant  Awarded                         Purpose of grant funding                                                      Year 
A163 Parish Councils ERYC  £3,000 Provision of safety equipment 14/15
Amazing Grace Chapel HCC  £9,816 Support & training for vulnerable people 15/16
Beverley Leisure Centre ERYC  £5,514 Contribution towards CCTV equipment 15/16
Beverley Leisure Centre ERYC  £4,274 Skate Park CCTV 16/17
Bilton. Ganstead & Wyton Neighbourhood Watch ERYC  £100 Security Improvements - Door Chains 15/16
Brandesburton Scout Group ERYC  £400 Contribution to cost of diversionary activity 15/16
Capacity Building Ltd NELC  £6,560 Community Safety Briefing Sessions 15/16
CatZero Humberwide  £20,000 Provision of support services to disadvantaged young people 15/16
Central Community Centre Association, Scunthorpe NLC  £1,980 CCTV Upgrade 16/17
Child Dynamix HCC  £2,350 Green Power Kit Cars 16/17
City of Hull Amateur Boxing Club HCC  £3,640 Contribution to 'Box Clever' project 14/15
Clee Lincs NELC  £1,500 Contribution towards alley safety gates 14/15
Colville Avenue Gating Scheme HCC/ERYC  £1,900 Security improvements 15/16
County Road South Allotments HCC  £4,801 Contribution to cost of safety measures 15/16
Courts Community Association HCC  £14,990 Contribution to cost of diversionary activity 15/16
Cross Coates Neighbourhood  Watch  NELC  £3,950 Contribution to cost of safety measures 14/15
Daubney St. Neighbourhood Watch NELC  £800 Contribution to cost of safety measures 15/16
Davenport Ave & Ferriby Road Neighbourhood Watch ERYC  £2,850 Gating scheme 16/17
Driffield Town Council ERYC  £3,981 Contribution towards CCTV equipment 15/16
East Hull Community Farm HCC  £5,000 Secure fencing 16/17
Elloughton-cum-Brough Parish Council ERYC  £1,373 Contribution towards CCTV equipment 14/15
Empower NELC  £25,000 Offender Rehabilitation programme 16/17
Friends of Furness Close HCC  £1,648 Purchase of equipment 14/15
Friends of Pelican Park HCC  £6,600 Contribution to cost of diversionary activity 15/16
Friends of Pelican Park HCC  £4,500 Further contribution as above 15/16
Friends of Pelican Park HCC  £8,000 Further contribution as above 15/16
Fusion Boxing Fit Club NELC  £6,000 Diversionary activities for children/boxing equipment 15/16
Giroscope HCC  £5,000 Boulevard Village Hall project 16/17
Goodwin Development Trust HCC  £20,000 Mending Re-offending project 16/17
Ghetto Park, Grimsby NELC  £4,400 Contribution to refurbishment costs 14/15
Groundworks, Goole ERYC  £20,000 Contribution to supply and installation of play equipment 15/16
Haltemprice Skate Park ERYC  £1,500 Assistance with running costs 14/15
Headlands School, Bridlington ERYC  £1,000 CSE awareness 16/17
Hidden Harm Project NLC  £13,000 Support for children from families involved in substance misuse 15/16
Holme on Spalding Moor Parish Council ERYC  £5,000 Contribution to CCTV and footpath lighting 15/16
Hornsea Nursery School ERYC  £7,400 Early intervention project 15/16
Hornsea Town Council ERYC  £7,000 Contribution towards CCTV equipment 14/15
Hull BID HCC  £5,500 Extension of shop radio scheme 14/15
Hull City Council - Boothferry Estate HCC  £4,135 Contribution to CCTV upgrade 15/16
Hull City Council - East Area Team HCC  £5,500 Youth Outreach programme 16/17
Hull City Council - Riverside Area  Team HCC  £2,250 Bedford Street CCTV  14/15
Hull City Council - West Area Team HCC  £7,017 Shires streets end alleyway CCTV 16/17
Hull FC Community Foundation HCC  £10,800 'Raise Your Game' diversionary programme (year 2) 15/16
Hull FC Community Foundation HCC  £12,850 OASIS Project - Sport inclusion scheme 16/17
Hull Lighthouse Project HCC  £9,224 Supporting women involved in sex industry 15/16
Hull Street Angels HCC  £1,250  Training and accreditation costs 14/15
Hull Street Angels Trinity HCC  £5,700 Training and equipment costs 15/16
Humberside Police Licensing Humberwide  £10,000 Polycarbonate drinking glasses for licensed premises 16/17
Laceby Allotments Association NELC  £300 Security Improvements 15/16
Lamorna Avenue Allotments HCC  £230 Contribution to security costs 14/15
Local Works Ltd HCC  £3,139 Sports provision for young people (year 1) 14/15
Local Works Ltd HCC  £8,012 Sports provision for young people (year 2) 15/16
Local Works Ltd HCC  £8,012 Sports provision for young people (year 3) 16/17
Longhill Link-Up Trust HCC  £3,800 Contribution to community guardian project 14/15
Marshall Ave/Little Michael St Neighbourhood  Watch NELC  £5,841 Contribution to security costs 14/15
Neighbourhood Networks HCC  £16,349 Neighbourhood Network Core 16/17
No Way Trust Humberwide  £14,000 Schools project including CSE awareness 15/16
No Way Trust Humberwide  £15,000 'Your Choice' days 16/17
North Lincolnshire Council NLC  £3,505 CCTV 16/17
Molescroft Parish Council ERYC  £3,630 CCTV Replacement 16/17
Moorlands Community Charity ERYC  £21,568 'Let's Go' Youth Provision 16/17
New Waltham Parish Council NELC  £5,855 Security Improvements 15/16
North East Lincolnshire Council NELC  £1,000 Sponsorship of event - Responsible dog ownership 16/17
North East Lincolnshire Council NELC  £654 Alley gating scheme 16/17
North Cave Parish Council ERYC  £200 Deterrent notices 14/15
Pocklington Town Council ERYC  £3,000 Contribution to Skatepark 15/16
Pollington Village Hall ERYC  £1,000 Security Improvements 15/16
Prince's Trust Humberwide  £48,672 Provision of support and referral services for young people  involved with  and affected by crime 15/16
Run With It - Young Reporter HCC  £4,800 Youth engagement 16/17
Safer Neighbourhoods NLC  £4,510 Southfield Road CCTV 16/17
Safer Neighbourhoods NLC  £3,526 Caistor Road Estate CCTV 16/17
Scunthorpe Boxing Club NLC  £4,000 Contribution to equipment and running costs 14/15
Street Angels Humberwide  £12,000 Training & equipment costs 15/16
Sutton Pavilion HCC  £3,374 Funding for security shutters 14/15
Together Women Project HCC  £2,005 Training costs 14/15
VANEL NELC  £6,000 Contribution to Family Group Conferencing 14/15
VANL Working Women Project NLC  £3,002 Outreach project for women working in sex industry 15/16
VANL Working Women Project NLC  £5,496 Further contribution as above 15/16
Welwyn Park Gating Scheme HCC  £1,293 Security measures - alley gates 15/16
West Marsh Forward NELC  £2,448 Security measures - alley gates 16/17
Withernsea Town Council ERYC  £8,590 Contribution to CCTV upgrade 15/16
 Total to date:    £533,864    


*Local Authority Areas

ERYC - East Riding of Yorkshire Council
HCC - Hull City Council
NELC - North East Lincolnshire Council
NLC - North Lincolnshire Council
Humberwide - Service delivered across Humberside Police force area.

 

 

 

Posted on Wednesday 4th November 2015
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