Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants Awarded

The PCC can make Crime and Disorder Reduction grants if he feels that it will secure, or contribute to securing, crime and disorder reduction in Suffolk and delivery of his Police and Crime Plan.

Details of the conditions attached to each grant awarded, the recipient, the purpose of the grant and reasons the PCC allocated the funding can be found below.

The PCC receives updates on progress with the grants of £3,500 and over at his Accountability and Performance Panel meetings.  Monitoring report for grants under £3,500 are considered by the PCC separately.

Access Community Trust (PDF, 3.34MB) – £25,335 – 7 March 2016 Conditions of Award  (PDF, 240KB)

Babergh Streetwatch (PDF, 396KB) – £600 – 20 May 2016

Catch 22 Community Mediation Service (PDF, 472KB) – £3,500 – 23 March 2016

Catch 22 Community Mediation Service (PDF, 490KB) – £3,500 – 13 October 2016

Catch 22 – Suffolk Positive Futures (PDF, 8.66MB) – £85,000 – 9 March 2016 Conditions of Award (PDF, 204KB)

Four Towns Crime Prevention Team (PDF, 272KB) – £1,348 – 17 August 2016

Haverhill Detached Youth Support (PDF, 380KB) – £3,500 – 14 June 2016

Ipswich and Suffolk Muslim Council (PDF, 2.72MB) – Up to £2,000 – 9 March 2016

PHOEBE Centre (PDF, 364KB) – £1,334 – 6 February 2017

Prince’s Trust (PDF, 324KB) – £10,000 – 30 August 2016

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2016 (PDF, 448KB) – Up to £3,000 – 18 March 2016

Safelives – Domestic Abuse Matters – 25 Days of Action Training Package (PDF, 5MB) – £60,350 – 29 February 2016

Taxi Marshals (PDF, 528KB) – £5,000 – 8 November 2016

Town Pastors (PDF, 5.27MB) – £49,995 – 9 March 2016 Conditions of Award (PDF, 204KB)

Southwold Town Council CCTV (PDF, 1.47MB) – £1,144 – 3 January 2017