Mid and East Antrim Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) will be open for applications from 9am on Monday 5th June and invites applications for community safety themed projects from Community, Voluntary and Statutory based organisations operating in and across the Borough of Mid and East Antrim, up to a maximum of £5,000.
Activities should take place from September 2017 and have a completion date of 2 February 2018.
The closing date for applications is 12pm Frid…ay 30 June 2017.
Mid & East Antrim Policing and Community Safety Partnership will consider support for any constituted community or voluntary group undergoing activities within its statutory and civic remit where there is a benefit to Policing and community safety in the Mid & East Antrim area.
Policing and community safety partnerships aim to create safer and shared communities. To help achieve this aim, awards will fund projects which prevent, reduce or address the following issues:
• Addressing Anti-Social Behaviour
• Reducing Crime, Fear of Crime (may include Business Retail Crime)
• Rural Crime
• Road Safety
• Cyber Crime
• Child Sexual Exploitation
• Domestic Violence
• Drugs and Alcohol
• Building Confidence in Policing
Grants will be considered for those groups who provide a platform for increasing relationships with police or were Police are directly involved in the project. Mid and East Antrim PCSP would also encourage applications which create relationships between both sides of the community particularly where traditionally these relationships may have been difficult.
The maximum award available is £5,000 and applicants are reminded that this is a competitive process. Projects can be supported to a maximum of 80% of the total project cost.
HOW TO APPLY
Before completing an application, applicants should make sure that they are eligible to apply and have read the attached guidance notes in full. Applications are made online by going to www.midandeastantrim.gov.uk/resident/grants