Community Payback
Men and women completing Community Payback have been ordered by the Courts to undertake unpaid reparation work for a specified number of hours ranging from 40 to 300 hours.

Each offender is risk assessed by CRC staff before being assigned to a supervised work party.

Unemployed offenders are expected to work up to four days every week to finish their order at a speedier rate. All work parties are supervised by trained supervisors.

 
The range of work

  • Groundwork clearance –  tackling ‘grot spots’ that blight communities
  • Gardening – undertaking weeding and planting
  • Landscaping – creating paths, fences and slab walkways
  • Minor building work – repairing walls and brick pointing
  • Painting and decorating – transforming community venues such local centres  and village halls.

 
Suggest a Project
If you would like to suggest a project for the Community Payback programme, click on your geographical area and please fill in the form with your contact details and information on the proposed scheme of work.

 

Derbyshire Suggestions Form.

Nottinghamshire Suggestions Form.

Leicestershire & Rutland Suggestions Form.

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