Local groups to benefit from Police Commissioner's Partnership Fund
10:01pm Tuesday 10th September 2013 in News
GWENT Police and Crime Commissioner Ian Johnston is offering funding to local groups who will use it to prevent crime and anti social behaviour.
The Police Commissioner's Partnership Fund is worth a total of up to £100,000 and has been allocated as part of the commissioning fund.
The funding available will be split into two tiers. Tier 1 will be for bids ranging up to £10,000, while Tier 2 will be for bids from £10,001 to £25,000. Applications are being sought from now until October 18 from clubs, organisations and groups throughout Gwent.
The projects will also have to support other priorities outlined in the Commissioner's Police and Crime Plan which include delivering the best quality of service available, protecting people from serious harm, and to make the best use of resources and provide value for money
Mr Johnston said: "I am really pleased to offer this funding to organisations and groups that are working hard for the benefit of local communities.
“The funding available will be awarded to those contributing to our efforts to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.”
From now until the deadline, application forms and guidance can be obtained from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner website at www.gwent.pcc.police.uk.
You may also contact the Commissioner's office directly by phone on 01633 642200 or by email to Commissioner@gwent.pnn.police.uk.
The closing date for applications is 4pm on Friday, October 18 2013. Notifications of successful bids will be sent out during November.
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