£100k will be available for either of the below:
1. Targeted Priority – Projects which will tackle Drugs and Alcohol misuse for example: education, prevention, support in tackling underlying problems, reducing drug/alcohol related crime including serious violence, reducing re-offending or support for victims of this type of crime
2. Targeted Group – Focussed work with young people including under the age of 10, and therefore under the criminal age of responsibility. For example: intervention and prevention work including targeted youth diversionary programmes which support the most vulnerable or those at risk of becoming perpetrators of crime and/or victims of tackle criminal and other forms of exploitation.
To promote and increase applications from Calderdale, Celeste Armitage, Engagement Officer from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner will be available by appointment on Friday 12th April during the day, at VAC Resource Centre, Hall Street, Halifax, HX1 5AY.
Message from Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner:
“I have made the decision to increase the maximum grant from £5000 to £6000 for each project in future grant rounds.
“The next grant round of the fund opens for applications on 15th April and for the first time ever will have a split funding pot. Half of the money will be available to projects looking to either tackle drugs and alcohol misuse or work focusing on young people, with the other half open to applications looking to address any of the priorities in my Police and Crime Plan. More details will be available on the website.”
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