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Grant Awards 2014-15

 

Section 143 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 provides the Commissioner with powers to award crime and disorder reduction grants to commission services to help victims or witnesses of, or other persons affected by, offences and anti-social behaviour.

The commissioner's grant awards fall into one of two funding streams; Community Safety and the Crime Prevention Grants.  Further information about each funding stream together with the allocation of grants can found on our website in the appropriate section.  

Crime Prevention Grants 2014/15

To aid communities in delivering the Commissioner's  priorities at a local level, an amount of £250,000 was set aside in 2014/15 for public sector, community groups, third sector and charitable organisations to apply for grant funding to assist him in reducing crime and anti-social behaviour, to protect victims and vulnerable people, and support witnesses.

There are 2 grant rounds for 2014/15 of up to £125,000 each. Any unspent balance will be available for the following round, at the discretion of the Commissioner. 

Round
No
 
Value
 Applications
Open
 Closing Date
for Applications
Decision
Date

4

 £125,000

 17 February 2014

1 May 2014

By 28 July 2014

5

 £125,000

 10 July 2014

 12 September 2014

By 17 November 2014

Total

  £250,000

 

 

 

 

The grant award agreements for Round 4 can be found below:

 

Grant Awards 2014/15 - Round Four 

Please refer to Decision Notices 35 and 37 for further details

 

 

The grant award agreements for Round 5 can be found below.

 

Grant Awards 2014/15 - Round Five

Please refer to Decision Notice 56 for further details

 

 

To review further detail regarding the crime prevention grants that were awarded during 2013-14 in Rounds 1,2 and 3, click HERE

 

 

 

 
 
 
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