How it Works
National Crimebeat is a Charity which rewards Youth Groups who have developed projects that help to reduce crime.
Youth Groups who think that they have a suitable project, identify themselves to their County’s High Sheriff. They will have to obtain their High Sheriff’s support for their project and then submit it to National Crimebeat early in January each year.
The project will then be judged against the criteria set out overleaf. 12 Members and supporters from the winning groups in each category will be invited to London the following March to receive their awards at a special ceremony followed by a tour in an open top bus and a ride on the London Eye
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Local Crimebeat Schemes do?
Each local Crimebeat scheme encourages groups of young people to develop their ideas on crime reduction and turn them into successful projects.
A large number of young people have become involved in these projects and they in turn pass on benefits of their work to their peers and the wider community.
Young people are solving problems that matter to them in their communities through Crimebeat initiatives.