Applications are now invited for the National Crimebeat Awards.

National Crimebeat is the youth crime prevention charity of the High Sheriffs’ Association. It is to recognise crime prevention projects carried out by young people aged between 5 and 25 years of age, that are already having an impact in the community.

There are 2 categories of award, Youth Led and Adult Led.

Youth Led is for groups/individuals where the project ideas came from the member/s of the group, and where they are also responsible for running the project.

Adult Led is for groups where the project was developed by others (often adults) but where the young people have a significant role in the management and delivery of the project.

The closing date is 13th December.

Could you please share across your networks and encourage applications from those eligible.  For those that make is to the National entry, there are 3 prizes available

•             First prize £1000

•             Second Prize £750

•             Third Prize £500

There will also be a local recognition ceremony in the new year.

You can find the National Crimebeat Award Application Form 2019 here and more information can be found here.

Applications can be sent to –