What’s Crimebeat?

Crimebeat was started in 1992 by the High Sheriff of Derbyshire. Now it’s become a national charity which helps young people develop projects which make their communities a safer place to live.

The historic office of the High Sheriff is one of the most ancient in the country. Sheriffs have been appointed by the Monarch for each shire or county as the sovereign’s representative for all matters relating to the judiciary for over 1,000 years. Even after all this time most people still can’t spell Sheriff properly! For more info on the office of High Sheriff visit www.highsheriffs.com

There are two High Sheriffs in North Wales

The High Sheriff of Gwynedd is Susan Jones

The High Sheriff of Clwyd is Stephanie Catherall

Crimebeat supports young people to develop projects that aim to:

  • Cut local crime and keep young people pout of trouble
  • Provide support to victims of crime
  • Stimulate an interest in voluntary work
  • Improve school attendance and behaviour
  • Improve the quality of life in your community

This is your chance to be listened to and to really make a difference. Up to £500 is available to make your idea fly… so start thinking now about what YOU could do.