Cumbria PCC Richard Rhodes sets up £100,000 crime fund

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Crime-fighting communities in Cumbria are being given access to a £100,000 fund set up by the county's police and crime commissioner Richard Rhodes.

Charities, voluntary and community groups can apply for up to £10,000 for projects that help to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.

Mr Rhodes said the move followed feedback from communities wanting to implement their own initiatives.

Groups wanting to apply have until 24 January to do so.

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