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Small Grants - Round 8

Please find below details of the Community Action Grants that have been awarded by the Commissioner in Round 8.

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

Ault Hucknall Parish Community Management Committee

This project will create a youth forum for each Parish running on a monthly basis providing food and activities for young people two weeks prior to each Parish Council meeting. The goal of each forum will be to engage young people about what they want to see in the villages in which they live.



Boza Youth Inc

The project will provide 11 to 16 year olds in Bolsover with access to a free and safe weekly meeting place to encourage social and community integration, reduce the appeal of potentially risky activity in outdoor public spaces and the occurence of nuisance / anti-social behaviour.



HMP Foston Hall

Improvement of the outside area of the Family Bonding Unit at HMP Foston Hall. This will help keep important ties whilst the offender is in prison allowing for stronger family ties to develop and therefore reduce the likelihood of reoffending. It will also allow children a more normalised setting to be able to interact with children, parents or family members.


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Grow Outside C.I.C

This project will develop the grounds of The Croft in Ripley centre and develop thiss area as a community garden, greenhouse and workshop space. This will imrpove community cohesion and reduce isolation, thereby increasing community reassurance in the area, reducing fear of crime and improving wellbeing,


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Morton Village Hall

This project will provide a rural cinema within the village hall in Morton Derbyshire, the screen and equipment will be used as a training aid to help villagers understand the effects and impact of cybercrime and scams through a quarterly awareness programme organised with Neighbourhood Watch.




To provide tech abuse awareness workshops for professionals working within Derby city and Derbyshire. Tech advocates will share the fruits of their constant learning in this area to inform and upskill participants about this manifestation of cyber-crime. Participants will learn how to recognise the signs of tech abuse in their own service-users; the impacts of tech abuse' effective responses and how to access help.


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38th Chesterfield (Loundsley Green) Scout Group

To provide a laptop in order to demonstrate and visually illustrate appropriate use of online privacy and being "Share Aware" to young people.



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