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Small Grants - Round 6

Please find below details of the Community Action Grants that have been awarded by the Commissioner in Round 6.

The following details are for small grants which have been awarded to those projects that will help to deliver the objectives of the Commissioner’s Police & Crime Plan.

There are up to three opportunities per year to apply for a small grant (up to £2,500).

Small Grants

NamePurposeSmall Grant AmountPolice and Crime Plan Priorities

Platform Thirty1 Ltd

Project: BraveART

Direct beneficiaries are children living in domestic violence refuges,
with individuals having their needs understood and addressed to contribute towards the prevention of them becoming involved in criminal activities in the future. Holistic & creative approaches will be used to tackle some of the personal issues of children who are victims/witnesses of Domestic abuse and living in refuge.



Karma Nirvana

Project: Beyond Shame

Karma Nirvana has partnered with Derby Theatre to create a play that aims to educate the public and young people about the crimes of forced marriages and honour abuse. The play is entitled Beyond Shame and is informed by Karma Nirvana’s work and the real-life experiences of survivors & professionals supported by their services.



East Midlands Chamber

Project: Chesterfield Shopwatch

Chesterfield Shopwatch scheme is a crime reduction scheme aimed at retailers and town centre businesses. The aim of the scheme is to reduce shoplifting and Anti-Social Behaviour in the town and make Chesterfield a safer place for people to shop and enjoy.Although the scheme is well represented from larger stores, the aim is to increase representation from the smaller, independent retailers whose businesses and livelihoods are greatly affected by shoplifting but have no resource to deal with the problem.



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