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Community Safety Funding 2017-20

The Commissioner requested and received funding proposals from partners for financial support to deliver services for a three year period, under the banner of the Community Safety Fund.

The Commissioner considered the proposals and the outcomes offered and determined that grants be awarded as detailed in the Table below. Payments to partners will be made based on spending profiles and service delivery and agreed outcomes for each of the three years 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20.

The Police and Crime Plan objectives (shown below) are addressed by these proposals:

  1. Working to keep the most vulnerable in our communities safe from crime and harm and supporting those who unfortunately find themselves a victim of crime
  2. Working to provide strong and effective partnership working
  3. Working to tackle the impact of drugs and alcohol on communities
  4. Supporting those with Mental Health issues, including those with learning difficulties, who come into contact with the Criminal Justice System, as victim or offender, to get the right support, from the right agencies at the right time
  5. Working with young people, including those who have been either victims of crime or offenders, to understand their needs an prevent them becoming involved in criminal activities
  6. Working with the Constabulary to develop the policing family to be more representative of the diverse communities it serves
  7. Working with the Constabulary and partners to maximise the opportunities from developments in technology

Partners were required to complete a template outlining local and Derbyshire wide priority areas, outcomes, activity to be undertaken, impact and benefit, estimated spend and assumptions and key risks in line with the above Police and Crime Plan objectives. This template will serve as a working document for monitoring and evaluation and will form an Appendix to the full grant agreement for each partner funded.

This will provide for a transparent application process, whereby the Commissioner can have oversight on the outcomes that his funding will deliver. A series of grants to existing (mainly local authority) partners to support current programmes for community safety, crime reduction and antisocial behaviour have been identified.  Partners will be required to provide two satisfactory reports in each year containing information on outcomes and expenditure in support of the Police and Crime Plan objectives, realised from spend.


Award of Community Safety Fund 2017/18

Grant Agreement Action PlanFunding

Derbyshire County Council – Youth Offending Service

Plan  £113,480

Derbyshire County Council – Public Health Substance Misuse

  To be confirmed

Derby City Council Youth Offending Service

Plan  £50,666

Amber Valley Borough Council Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

Bolsover Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000 

Chesterfield Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

Derbyshire Dales Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan  £25,000

Erewash Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

High Peak Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

North East Derbyshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

South Derbyshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Plan £25,000

Sporting Futures

Plan £35,000

DLNR CRC Ltd (testing for Drug Rehabilitation Requirements)


Derbyshire County Council - High Risk Offenders Housing project - Arbor Project




Ministry of Justice funding 2017-19 - (The grant for 2018-19 is currently underwritten by the Commissioner)

Grant Agreement Action PlanFunding

Derbyshire County Council IDVA service                                                               




Extended Large Grants

The following 3 grants were taken out of the Community Action Grant process and were offered the opportunity to build capacity and sustainability through the offer of a three-year funding arrangement. The table below highlights those projects being offered three-year funding and the areas of the Police and Crime Plan the Commissioner assessed, were supported by these projects.

Name PurposeLarge Grant amount per year for 3 years Police and Crime Plan Priorities
Eastern European Networks CIC EEN Center £25,000


Padley Group

After Hours Homeless Centre Engagement £20,000


Rhubarb Farm

Training Rhubarb £20,000 



Details of the grants which have been awarded in previous years can be found at the links below.




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