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Grantham groups which reduce crime and anti-social behaviour could receive grants from commissioner




Lincolnshire Chief Constable Neil Rhodes and Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick ENGEMN00220130815160823
Lincolnshire Chief Constable Neil Rhodes and Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick ENGEMN00220130815160823

The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner will give grants of between £250 and £1,000 to groups which aim to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour as well as support victims of crime.

Alan Hardwick said he is particularly interested in hearing from groups which help younger and older members of society.

Mr Hardwick said: “I have always felt communities themselves have a role to play in preventing crime and making the places where we live and work safe. The voluntary and community sector, communities and individuals can all be involved in delivering positive change that will benefit us all. I also believe that small amounts of money can go a long way and make a real difference.

“Each year I make grants of between £250 and £1,000 available to community groups across Lincolnshire, in particular small community-based groups who aim to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour as well as supporting the victims of crime.

“I am particularly keen to hear about projects which are aimed at younger and older members of the community and those which are supporting victims, witnesses and vulnerable people.”

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