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Clean Up - Leicestershire and Rutland - A focus on community payback

Vote for the area you would like to see cleaned up as part of Clean Up Week 2006, a week promoting unpaid work by offenders serving community sentences.

How would you like to see YOUR local area Cleaned Up?

Clean Up Week gives you the chance to nominate a project in your area that you think deserves a facelift.

During the week, which starts on Monday 3rd April, offenders serving community sentences around the country will be cleaning up local projects.

Eight probation areas are taking part in a public vote, with the project that receives the most nominations in each area being cleaned up during the week.

Voting now open - vote today!

The winning projects will be announced here on April 3rd.

 

Did you know?

Offenders completed over 5 million hours of compulsory unpaid work across England and Wales last year - and the Government intends this to double next year.

Find out more about the background to Clean Up Week and the wider Community Payback Project.

For more on other measures to manage offenders, read our 5-year strategy: 'Protecting the Public and Reducing Re-offending'.

National Probation Service, National Offender Management Service