Crime Reduction Fund in North East Lincolnshire
This grant scheme accepts applications from voluntary, community and not for profit organisations in North East Lincolnshire that can clearly demonstrate how their project contributes to the delivery of the PCC's Police and Crime Plan and the North East Lincolnshire (NEL) Community Safety Partnership (CSP) Plan.
The specific funding priorities for these grants are to contribute to at least ONE of the PCC's aims:
-To deliver increasingly self-sustaining and safe communities in the Humber area;
– To build public confidence in the agencies involved in creating safer communities and
– To promote services to victims and the vulnerable that meet their needs
AND to contribute to at least ONE of the North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership Indicators:
• Overall Crime
• Violent Crime
• Domestic Abuse (crimes & incidents)
• Anti-Social Behaviour (incidents)
• East and West Marsh wards (overall crime and anti-social behaviour)
• Offending (including re-offending)
• Substance & Alcohol Misuse (including related harms and recovery rates)
The Partnership will also work collaboratively to develop Community Cohesion and tackle Hate Crime to ensure that all people in North East Lincolnshire “Benefit from sustainable communities”
You need to be able to show us that you are a not for profit (charitable) organisation by sharing your constitution and your latest set of audited or independently examined annual accounts with us.
Your application needs to demonstrate that you are committed to supporting the delivery of the outcomes in the PCC's Police and Crime Plan and the NEL Community Safety Partnership Plan.
Application form deadlines for 2019/20 are:
Fri 21st June 2019, Fri 13th September 2019; Fri 6th December 2019
Panel dates are:
Thurs 4th July 2019; Thurs 26th September 2019; Thurs 12th December 2019
The results will be announced on:
Thurs 11th July 2019 ; Thurs 3rd October 2019; Thurs 19th December 2019
Successful applicants will receive an offer letter with information about the grant terms and conditions; monitoring visit and final reporting format. Unsuccessful applicants will also be notified.
For full details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or look at website: www.vanel.org.uk or Telephone: 01472 361043 and ask to speak to Richard Wendel-Jones or Paula Grant
Posted on Monday 3rd July 2017