Archived Projects

These projects have taken place more than 12 months in the past. Take a look at our most recently supported projects.

Campion School Sports Leaders Get Crimebeat Funding

Campion School Sports Leaders successfully applied for funding from Crime Beat to support the training and development of younger Sports Leaders at Campion School.

Street Aware Youth Ambassador Scheme receives Crimebeat Funding

The Street Aware schools drug and alcohol educational programme, is designed to help young people in Warwickshire build their resilience to enable them to make safer life choices with regard to substance misuse and risky behaviour.


During March to August 2015, ten young members of the SAFE Youth Club aged between 13 and 16 took part in a project called EXPEDITION@SAFE. The youth club is in a deprived area in Warwick District called Brunswick and is run by Warwickshire Association o...

Stay ‘Street Aware’ with Sevenco

One of the biggest factors facing young people today is the misuse of drugs, with so many young lives being impacted.

theKenilworthCentre ‘We Are Youth’ Project

In early 2015 the young people from theKenilworthCentre won an award for their ‘We Are Youth’ campaign targeted towards young people and the dangers of ‘Sexting’.

Kenilworth School & USU raise £65,000

This year Crimebeat donated £500 to Kenilworth School which enabled them to put on urban night show during Africa week.

Eastlands Primary School Film ‘The Anti-Social Network’

Enterprising students at a Rugby primary school showed their acting skills at a memorable tenth Warwickshire Crimebeat High Sheriff Awards.

Lillington Nursery and Primary School 'Sing for Safety'

Eleven students at a Leamington nursery and primary school performed three fire awareness songs at a memorable tenth Warwickshire Crimebeat High Sheriff Awards.