COLNE YOUTH ACTION GROUP (CYAG)
Minibus for CYAG – £10,000
Colne Youth Action Group (CYAG) work with a range of local partners to help tackle Anti-Social Behaviour within Colne. The Commissioner awarded funding towards a minibus that will allow CYAG to take young people on different experiences with the aim to divert them away from crime and ASB.
POSITIVE ACTION IN THE COMMUNITY
Waterside Youth Work – £9,888.80
Positive Action in the Community received funding to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour by providing an additional youth club provision for young people.
Outdoor Adventure and Diversion – £9990.80
The Commissioner has allocated funding to Pennine Oak’s to undertake an innovative diversionary activity with young people to divert them from Anti-Social Behaviour and Crime. The Project will consist of fishing and other outdoor activities for young people aged 11 through 18.
BURNLEY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Whalley Youth Hub – £8,000
Burnley Boys and Girls Club have received funding to help divert young people away from anti-social behaviour. Burnley Boys and Girls Club work closely with the Neighbourhood Policing Team and local high schools to target vulnerable young people.
BURNLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL
Burnley Rural Crime Project – £5,781.65
Burnley Borough Council received funding for a Rural Crime initiative. The Council, in partnership with the Neighbourhood Policing Team will focus on fly-tipping hotspots within the rural areas of Burnley.
ROSEGROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
Safer Streets – £3,876
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Rosegrove Neighbourhood Watch to help tackle speeding concerns raised within Rosegrove and Lowerhouse.
BURNLEY YOUTH THEATRE
What Difference Will it Make? .. – £6,210
Burnley Youth Theatre have received funding to enable 20 young people to create an educational film and resource pack that focuses on Anti-Social Behaviour.
The film and workshop materials will be then delivered pupils at Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic College.
CLAYTON AMETUER BOXING AND COMMUNITY CLUB
Anti, Anti-Social Interventions – £6,500
Clayton Amateur Boxing and Community Club have received funding to encourage and engage vulnerable young people through exercise.
Safe and Secure – £4,000
Hyndburn and Rossendale
The Commissioner allocated funding to Homewise Society to deliver free crime prevention assessments for vulnerable people. The aim of the initiative is to deter of burglary and robbery.
BACUP FAMILY CENTRE
Solutions – Community Youth Project – £10,000
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Bacup Family Centre who provide a range of activities for young people. The Bacup Family Centre work closely with the Neighbourhood.
BACUP NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Protected to View – £1,002
Bacup Natural History Museum have received funding towards the installation of CCTV to enable them to effectively capture Anti-Social Behaviour and other crimes carried out in or around the premises.
THE BACUP CONSORTIUM TRUST
Stubbylee Safer Spaces – £10,000
Funding was provided to The Bacup Consortium Trust for the installation of up-to-date CCTV on the Greenhouses site incorporating coverage of the Council compound at the rear of the site, the bowling green and Stubbylee Lane. This is to help tackle Anti-Social Behaviour and Dangerous Driving within the area.
THE BILLY PROJECT PERSONAL TRAINING
Women and Girls Group Exercise Sessions – £8,500
Blackburn with Darwen
The Commissioner has awarded funding to The Billy Project Personal Training for additional fitness sessions to be provided to vulnerable women both in the gym and online.
CANWe SOLUTIONS CIC
Break the Cycle – £10,000
CANWe Solutions CIC received funding for a project that will target and work with young people who are subject to No Further Action (NFA) disposal by the police. They will also work in partnership with Lancashire County Council to access whole family support.
AFC FYLDE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Our Time – £9,750
AFC Fylde Community Foundation received funding for the delivery of five, twelve-week cohorts aimed at young people who have experienced of witnessed domestic abuse. The workshops will include, improving resilience and emotional well being, safety planning in the event of Domestic Abuse and understanding Domestic Abuse and emotional wellbeing.
FRECKLETON PARISH COUNCIL
Extension to CCTV system that covers Memorial Park and Main Road – £1,100
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Freckleton Parish Council to enable them to extend their current CCTV system covering the memorial park and the main road. This will assist the police to identify perpetrators of Anti-Social Behaviour, especially in blind spot areas.
FYLDE BOROUGH COUNCIL
Safer Communities and Confident Young People – £10,000
The Commissioner has allocated funding to Fylde Borough Council to deliver two themed engagement sessions to engage young people and divert them away from Anti-Social Behaviour and crime.
FLEETWOOD TOWN COMMUNITY TRUST
YEP (Youth Engagement Programme) – £10,000
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Fleetwood Town Community Trust to provide a range of engaging activities for young people aged 12-18 years in Wyre. The delivery will take place in two hotspot areas identified by the local police and council.
BLACKPOOL FC COMMUNITY TRUST
Tower Above (Outreach) – £10,000
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Blackpool FC Community Trust who provide sessions such as PL Kicks. The Commissioner’s funding will enable mentoring staff to identify young people that are involved in or at risk of being involved in crime & anti-social behaviour. The Community Trust will engage young people through one-to-one mentoring.
BLACKPOOL MUSIC SCHOOL
Music Matters – £6,000
Blackpool Music School received funding towards diversionary music sessions with young people to deter them away from Anti-Social Behaviour and crime.
THE WASHINGTON GROUP (NORTHWEST CIC)
Fylde Coast Youth Strategy for Change – A Youth Led Project – £8,550
Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre
The Commissioner has awarded funding to The Washington Group (Northwest CIC) for two youth led events to tackle young people’s views around sexualisation in schools, colleges and the community, this will include a range of diversionary activities.
LANCASTER BID LTD
Safe & Secure Lancaster – Tackling Evening ASB – £10,000
Lancaster BID have received funding in order to help tackle Anti-Social Behaviour in the evenings around Lancaster City Centre. Lancaster BID work closely with Lancaster Community Safety Partnership and the Neighbourhood Policing Team to share intelligence and target hotspot areas.
DIG IN CIO
A Protected Place – £4,433
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Dig in CIC towards additional security measures with the aim to deter crime and Anti-Social Behaviour.
THE JJ EFFECT CIC
JJ Effect Youth Support Zone- £5,000
The JJ Effect have received funding for the Youth Zone in order to help provide interventions for young people involved in criminality supporting them with mental health issues, employability, family relationships and overcoming difficult situations such as overcoming suicide.
LARCHES, SAVICK, AND LEA PACT PARTNERSHIP
Larches and Savick Community Association Youth Club – £2,400
The Commissioner has awarded funding to Larches, Savick and Lea Pact Partnership to help them develop their youth provision offer on a Wednesday evening. Young people will be able to access a range of activities, educational workshops and support on mental health and well being.
EAST CLIFF RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
Additional Protection and Security – £1,150
East Cliff Residents Association received funding for an extension of CCTV around the premises with an aim to deter ASB, Arson and other crimes in the local area.
WOODPLUMPTON PARISH COUNCIL
Tackling Dangerous Drivers – £1,000
Woodplumpton Parish Council have received funding towards silhouettes to be placed around Woodplumpton to help deter Dangerous Driving.
WEST LANCASHIRE COMMUNITY SAFETY PARTNERSHIP
Choices 24/7 – £7,000
West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership received funding for a criminal exploitation programme to be delivered in schools across West Lancashire. The programme focusses on spotting the signs and encouraging young people to make positive choices.
WIGAN ATHLETIC COMMUNITY TRUST
Football in the Community – £9,600
Wigan Athletic Community Trust received funding for weekly football and sport sessions in the heart of Digmoor and Tanhouse, in hotspot locations identified by the local police and council.
CHORLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL
Operation Cauldron – £2,330
The Commissioner has allocated funding to Chorley Borough Council towards diversionary sessions at All Seasons Leisure Centre to deter young people from Anti-Social Behaviour and crime over the Halloween and Bonfire Night period.
INSPIRE YOUTH ZONE
Hard Hitters – £10,000
Inspire Youth Zone have received funding to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour by providing weekly sessions to the young people within Chorley. Additionally, they wish to incorporate age-appropriate content around hard-hitting issues such as knife crime, county lines, and consequences.
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