The Commissioner's Police Property Act Fund is designed to give one-off grants of up to £5,000 to community and voluntary organisations that are making Merseyside a better place to live, work or visit.
All the money goes towards projects that are making a difference in their communities and are helping to deliver the Commissioner's policing priorities for tackling crime and reducing disorder.
This funding comes from the sale of property which has come into the police's possession, but where the owner cannot be identified or where a court order has been made.
In 2015 the PCC announced the funding for distributed via the Police Property Act Fund would focus on projects that help to divert young people away from anti-social behaviour and crime. Find out more here.
This fund is open from Wednesday, 26th July until 5pm on Monday, 21st August
What the Commissioner is looking for:
- Projects which allow the local community to tackle the problems in their neighbourhoods themselves;
- Projects organised by charities, community groups or social enterprises based anywhere in Merseyside;
- Projects which include as many sections of the community as possible;
- Projects that can demonstrate that they will make a difference to their community;
- Projects that are innovative and creative – or taking a new approach to tackling long-term problems;
- Projects that are tackling Jane's Priorities as detailed in her Police and Crime Plan.
See the full guidelines for applying for a grant.
The Commissioner's fund is administered by the Community Foundation for Merseyside (CFM), which gives individuals and organisations the opportunity to give to deserving causes in Merseyside and Lancashire.
Find out about the projects the Commissioner has supported through her Police Property Act Fund by using the links below: