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The Commissioner can make a crime and disorder reduction grant to any person or organisation in Merseyside helping to tackle these issues in the region.

These grants are used to help the Commissioner achieve the aims in her Police and Crime Plan while making Merseyside a safer place to live.

In 2020/21, the Commissioner awarded grants totalling £2.837m to Merseyside Police, the region's Community Safety Partnerships and two voluntary sector organisations to help her achieve her key priorities in building stronger and safer communities.

These grants are used to prevent and cut crime, reduce re-offending and improve community safety.

Please find a summary of the grants awarded for 2020/21.

The Community Safety Partnerships may produce an annual report or delivery plan to detail the work they carry out using this funding and funding from other sources.

Please find these below (please note, these will be published as produced by each of the partnerships):

Details of previous Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants

Police Commissioner Emily Spurrell consulting on her Police and Crime Plan

How can we make Merseyside even safer?

Merseyside’s Police Commissioner is asking for your views on how we can make Merseyside even safer.

Emily Spurrell wants you to share your opinions on policing and community safety with her through her Safer Merseyside consultation.

Your views will be the backbone of her spearhead document, Merseyside’s Police and Crime Plan, which will set the policing and community safety priorities for the region for the next three years.

Merseyside PCC