TOGETHER WE CAN

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Grants available for projects that are helping to reduce crime and make Hertfordshire a safer place to live

Application deadline: 26 April 2019

The aim of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Fund is to support community and voluntary initiatives which will reduce crime and make Hertfordshire a safer place to live by helping to deliver the priorities of the Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan for Hertfordshire (2017–2022).

The fund is made up from funds recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) and empowers local groups to find solutions to community safety problems.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available from the Police Commissioner's Action Fund to support innovative local schemes which aim to reduce crime and make our communities safer. Your project will help deliver the aims of the Commissioner’s Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan for Hertfordshire (2017-2022) which sets out the priorities for ‘Everyone’s Business.’

To apply for a grant and for more information including eligibility and grant criteria, please download these guidelines - which contain a link to the application form PCC Action Fund Guidance notes 18-19
PCC Guidance Notes for applicants 2018-19 - updated April



You can also browse through the grants awarded to date here for 2018-19 here Awards in year 2018-19
PCC grants awarded in 2018-19


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