Community Safety Grants Allocation

The table below outlines how grants were allocated from this fund for the 2019/20 financial year.
Community Safety Grants Receipients Total Grant 2019/20 2020/21
Herts Scams Support & Prevention Project
Stevenage CSP/ Herts Citizens Advice Service

The Hertfordshire Citizens Advice Service will receive the largest grant ever provided to a project within the grant scheme, underlining the commitment to dealing with fraud and supporting vulnerable people.  This Hertfordshire-wide information, advice and guidance project will aim to protect up to 2,000 residents as well as train 600 existing paid frontline staff / volunteers
260,000 130,000 130,000
SOS – Drawing the lines
Three Rivers CSP / St Giles Trust

Three Rivers Community Safety Partnership will receive a grant to deal with the rise in violent crime among young people across Hertfordshire.  This multi-agency project involve recruitment of 4 further SOS St Giles’ Trust youth project workers (in addition to a previously funded pilot project) who will focus on intervention and targeted help for young people at risk.  In addition a Hertfordshire-wide Risk Assessment Tool will be established to enable the intensive intervention and enforcement as well as support for high risk young people, both within and outside of the school setting.
140,000 140,000  
Herts Modern Slavery Partnership Coordinator
Hertsmere CSP / Shiva Foundation

Hertsmere Community Safety Partnership will receive a grant to ensure the Hertfordshire Modern Slavery Strategy and Action Plan are delivered.  A coordinator will be recruited to lead on this work.
14,000 14,000  
Total Community Safety Grants £414,000 £284,000 £130,000