30th September New Venue -Inn On The Lake.

2017 Ball   -     30th September

Book tables of ten now - no payment due until end of August.

Streetcops Charity Ball 2017

To be held at :

Inn On The Lake

Saturday 30th September 2017.

Not only will we be in the beautiful ball room but we will have exclusive use of the lakeside gardens.

This year the new fountain display will be working. The views are relaxing and spectacular.

The evening will start with the wonderful boys and girls of Razamatas dancing and singing to West End shows.

During dinner we will be entertained by a magician who will visit every table – watch really carefully and see if you can see how he does it !

After dinner we will hold our auction so bid high as this is where we make our money to promote local community groups in Medway.

Now we dance the night away to the great ONE STOP BOOGIE band.

Our meal choice this year will be :


Duo of melon or pate


Oven roasted chicken breast or roast beef or Veg roulade. *Note one extra choice this year.


Mile high chocolate fudge cake or New York cheese cake.

We are delighted to say that this year the price for a table of ten will £425 a reduction of £25 thanks to the support of the hotel for our charity.

Book your table of 10 now- no payment due until the end of August

To book email:

Although we could use our web site to book and pay we have decided not to do that as we will have to pay Paypal £5 for each booking which will be a loss to the charity.

Look forward to seeing you and your guests on the 30th.September.

We have also negotiated a special B&B room rate of £60 per night but you have to book it direct through the manager Laura to get the special price. 01474 823333

What a way to end the evening and no taxi needed - it could be cheaper and more enjoyable to stay over.

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THE TRUST                                                                   

Streetcops was set up back in 2005 by two young Medway Police Officers.

They noted that if there was something for young people to do after school it would stop the gangs forming.

They also noted that a lot of the local clubs were in need of help financially to buy new equipment.

So, the two officers used their contacts with local coucilors and set up the trust.

To raise money they decided to run a dinner dance/ ball .

This was a great success and is now run every year (see below). 

The trust has also been supported by the Mayor's Fund .




  • Promote crime prevention and crime reduction measures.
  • Protect people and property.
  • Encouragement of greater public participation in prevention of crime.
  • Provision of education, information and practical assistance to the community.



The trustee's hold a meeting on the second Monday of each month.

All applications need to come into us via either a police officer or PCSO.

The meetings are held at Medway Police Headquarters.

We try and make our decision as fast as possible getting the money out into the community helping local groups.

How to find your PCSO:


Or use our contact page and we will find your PCSO

Philippa Wadsworth a Trustee of Streetcops and PCSO Rachael Smuts presents a cheque to Ben Chickcomo of Stanley House which is supported housing for adults with health needs..

The money will be used for a team building day at Howlets for the nine residents.

We recently received an application from the Salvation Army in Medway, who were trying to set up literacy classes for adults who are disadvantaged through being unable to read and write.
The application was supported by the local neighbourhood policing team, and was awarded £500 set-up costs by Streetcops Trust.

No photos available, but we have had the following update from The Salvation Army:
'The £500 donation we received from Streetcops has enabled us to get our adult literacy project up and running. We have an excellent qualified teacher (Heather) who works from 10 am until 1.30pm each Monday morning here at the Salvation Army with 3 regular gentleman. We initially made up packs for the students with notepads, pens, rulers etc and Blacks Writing Dictionaries which are specially designed for adult learners. 
Since then we have purchased a set of specially designed easy reading books for adult learners which Heather is using with all of them. 
All 4 men are making excellent progress - one now has a consistently, recognisable signature for the first time in his life, at the age of 61 - which is because they each receive individual attention and are not being taught as part of a group.

The biggest pleasure for us is to see how the men's self esteem and confidence has improved. We have not had to pay rent to the Salvation Army for a room or heating as we are operating at the same time as our unemployment workshop so our money is lasting longer than anticipated!'

Isn't it nice to see how such a relatively small donation can make such a difference?

Successful Application !
Streetcops were pleased to support an application from Strood Youth Club for the purchase of musical instruments. 
 The Trust was impressed with the effort from the staff and young people at the centre to develop their music production and recording capability.


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