Have your say on how criminals' cash should be spent in the community

PUBLISHED: 12:26 18 August 2009 | UPDATED: 09:13 02 June 2010

CROOKS cash is up for grabs – and the Cambridgeshire Criminal Justice Board wants your views on how it is spent. Members of the public are being invited to go online before August 24 and have their say on 16 shortlisted Community Cashback bids in Cambrid

CROOKS' cash is up for grabs - and the Cambridgeshire Criminal Justice Board wants your views on how it is spent.

Members of the public are being invited to go online before August 24 and have their say on 16 shortlisted Community Cashback bids in Cambridgeshire, ranging from youth clubs to policing initiatives.

Community Cashback gives people a direct say in how criminals' ill-gotten gains can be used to benefit their communities in the fight against crime.

To have your say on Community Cashback and see which projects have made the shortlist see http://cashback.cjsonline.gov.uk.


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