Anti-Social Behaviour Prevention Grant – Round 4

This grant fund is now closed. 

Each Grant applicant goes through a rigorous due diligence process before the Commissioning Team considers the application. Once the due diligence process has been completed the Commissioning Team judges the application on various fields such as:

  • Summary of proposed project
  • Evidence of need for the project
  • Who will benefit and how the grant will secure, or continue to secure, crime and disorder reduction
  • Evidence of Partnership
  • Track Record of Delivery
  • Exit Strategy
  • Added Value
  • Additional Information
  • Breakdown and Justification of Costs

Once the Commissioning Team has judged the application they will make a recommendation to the Police and Crime Commissioner and their Senior Leadership Team where a decision is then reached.

Successful Grant Recipients

Name: Allestree Woodlands School
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Allestree
District – Derby City
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • To install security fencing around the perimeter of the school’s two back fields to deter Anti-Social behaviour

Name: Baby People
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £4,980
Location – Sinfin, Allenton, Derwent, Mackworth, Chaddesden
District – Derby City
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • To spread awareness about youth violence among young people in the city
  • To deliver music making activities for people who are at risk of offending in disadvantaged areas to enable young people to become responsible individuals who understand the importance of being lawful
  • To deliver sessions focused on the importance of safety, ways to reduce ASB, becoming responsible adults, reducing hate crime- ages 11-18
  • To deliver in the following areas: Sinfin, Mackworth, Chaddesden, Allenton

Name: Bakewell Mannerians Rugby Union Football Club
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £4,351.76
Location – Bakewell
District – Derbyshire Dales
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To purchase the following items to enable the club to take on new members:

  • Tackle Pads
  • Boot Cleaning Station
  • Water Bottles
  • Waterproof Tops
  • Play Kit

To benefit the area of Bakewell and the wider community.

Name: Chesterfield FC Community Trust
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Chesterfield
District – Chesterfield
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To run workshops to combat Anti-Social behaviour in Chesterfield area. These will consist of the fallowing activities:

  • Healthy Relationship
  • Substance misuse
  • Art and Craft/Wellbeing
  • Physical Health

Referrals will be received from Boots on the Ground and drop in sessions.

Name: Children First Derby
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Derby City
District – Derby City
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

The project aims to build on Children First Derby’s comprehensive mentoring programme that supports vulnerable 10–18-year-olds, living in Derby’s most deprived areas:

  • The programme will work with 30 young people over 12-months and will deliver 16 weekly sessions per cohort of 10 mentees at a time. The length of each intervention will include 8 weeks of one-to-one sessions followed by 8 weeks of Alter Rock’s climbing sessions and work towards a National Indoor Climbing Award Level 2.

Name: Darley Dale Town Council
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Darley Dale
District – Derbyshire Dales
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • To reduce anti-social behaviour in several hotspots in Darley Dale through a multi-agency response between the Parish Council, the Police, Extreme Wheels.
  • To engage with, and improve the lives of local young people through improved social skills, and health and well being

Name: Dove Holes Village Hall
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £3,719
Location -Buxton
District – High Peak
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.3

To install a CCTV system and Security Gates at Dove Holes Village Halls to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage

Name: Dronfield Hall Barn
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Dronfield
District – North East Derbyshire
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.3

To install a CCTV system at Dronfield Hall Barn to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage.

Name: Fusion Scape
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £4,910
Location – Alvaston, Allenton, Normanton, Sinfin, Boulton Moor
District – Derby
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

In order to divert children and young people away from negative and anti-social behaviour, the project will deliver the following:

To provide children and young people aged 8 – 17 in Alvaston, Allenton, Normanton, Sinfin, and Boulton Moor (South Derbyshire) the opportunity to access regular physical activity, including kickboxing and boys’ basketball.
To receive referrals to the programme from the Bemrose School and Noel Baker Academy.

Name: The Grand Pavilion
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £4910
Location – Matlock
District – Derbyshire Dales
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To deliver 3 weekly Dungeons & Dragons sessions/workshops to Young people at risk of Antisocial Behaviour in Matlock.
To deliver weekly filmmaking workshops to Young people at risk of Antisocial Behaviour in Matlock.

Name: Honey Hope Farm CIC
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £4982.31
Location – Little Eaton
District – Erewash
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.3

To install a CCTV system at Honey Hope Farm to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage.

To run a 6 week programme to age appriorate peer groups to divert them from Anti-Social Behaviour. This will include:

  • Bushcraft
  • Equine connection
  • Small holding
  • Traditional farming skills

Name: Killamarsh Parish Council
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Killamarsh
District – North East Derbyshire
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.3

To install a CCTV system at Killamarsh Parish Councilto reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage

Name: Matrix Martial Arts
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £2,500
Location – Glossop and Hadfield
District – High Peak
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To offer 2 young people (aged 9 – 13) a bursary by Move More Glossop, in partnership with HPBC, DCC, Active Derbyshire, HPSSP, Lex Leisure and GM Moving Pilot, a year of martial arts training.

The two beneficiaries will receive martial arts lessons twice or three times a week

Name: Me, My Mind and I CIC
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £3,210
Location – Heanor and Ilkeston
District – Erewash
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To help combat anti-social behaviour by delivering “how the mind works” to all students at Parkside High CIC – one session per week for 6 weeks.

To liaise with the Deputy Principle at Ilkeston Ormiston to assess which students would be appropriate for “how the mind works” and discuss how the project is delivered.

The programme will work with disruptive teens to help them understand their emotional & mental needs, regain control over their actions prior to acting or responding to their thoughts & equipping them with life skills to regulate emotions & actions.

Name: North Wingfield Boxing Academy
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – North Wingfield
District – North East Derbyshire
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To purchase the following items to enable the academy to take on new members:

  • New floor mats
  • New punch bags both hanging and free-standing ones
  • Skipping ropes
  • Boxing gloves
  • Hand mits
  • Floor to ceiling speed balls
  • Lockers
  • Kit bags and kits

To benefit the communities in the following areas: North Wingfield, Tupton, Clay Cross, Hasland, Holmewood, Wingerworth, Danesmoor, Grassmoor and Stretton.

Name: Parkside High CIC
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Cotmanhay
District – Erewash
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To divert young people away from Anti-Social behaviour through a blend of sporting activities and outreach work on a Monday night.

By engaging with young people on a Monday night the following will be delivered by trained youth workers:

  • building positive relationships
  • providing positive activities
  • healthy snacks
  • creating a safe space

    This will be targeted in different ASB hotspot areas: Market Place, Kirk Hallam, Larklands & Cotmanhay

Name: River Network
Duration of Grant:  12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Matlock
District – Derbyshire Dales
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • Weekly community meals: Residents from the supported housing projects and the surrounding community could come together for weekly meals, cooked and served by volunteers. This would be a great opportunity for people to get to know each other and build relationships.
  • Music workshops: Music workshops could be offered to residents of the supported housing projects, as well as to children and young people from the surrounding community. This would be a fun and creative way for people of all ages to connect and learn from each other.
  • Community choir: A community choir could be formed, open to residents of the supported housing projects and the surrounding community. This would be a great way for people to come together and make music, while also developing their vocal skills and confidence.
  • Street parties: Street parties could be held on a regular basis, with food stalls, live music, and activities for all ages. This would be a great way to bring the community together and celebrate the diversity of Matlock.

Name: Tibshelf Parish Council
Duration of Grant:  12 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Tibshelf
District – Bolsover
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • To reduce anti-social behaviour in several hotspots in Tibshelf through a multi-agency response between the Parish Council, the Police, Extreme Wheels.
  • To engage with, and improve the lives of local young people through improved social skills, and health and well-being.

Name: Unstone Parish Council
Duration of Grant: 6 Months
Funded: £5,000
Location – Unstone
District – North East Derbyshire
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

To install a CCTV system and Security Gates at Dove Holes Village Halls to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage

Name: Whitwell Parish Council
Duration of Grant:  12 Months
Funded: £3,000
Location – Whitwell
District – Bolsover
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.3

To install a CCTV system at Whitwell Parish Council to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour, vandalism and criminal damage.

Name: Youth Matter New Mills CIC
Duration of Grant: 12 Months
Funded: £4,650
Location – New Mills
District – High Peak
Intellectual Property Rights Applicable within the Grant Terms and Conditions: 8.2

  • To create a youth club so that children and young people have a safe space where they can have fun with activities, sports, warm food and experiences with other local community groups.            
  • To run diversionary projects to give children and young people the opportunity to access sports and leisure activities.      
  • To provide a support group for young LGBTQ+ members of the community where they can have a safe space to learn from others’ experiences. To take them camping and have regular support group meetings in local coffee shops where they have access to sexual health advice and peer mentoring opportunities.

For those young people who are N.E.E.T (Not in Education, Employment or Training), practical workshop-based activity will be offered alongside standard educational input.


The Grant Agreement and Terms and Conditions are available here.

If you have any is questions please contact the Commissioning Team: cpgrants@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

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