Dorset news

Dorset’s Police & Crime Commissioner has announced that round four of the Safer Dorset Fund is open for applications until 6 July. The Safer Dorset Fund has been created to support community projects that make Dorset safer and feel safer in line with the police and crime plan priorities
These priorities are:

Reduce the number of victims of crime and anti-social behaviour
Reduce the number of people seriously harmed in Dorset
Help protect the public from serious threats to their safety including organised crime and terrorism
Reduce re-offending
Increase people’s satisfaction with policing in Dorset
Support neighbourhood policing that is appropriate for both rural and urban communities in Dorset

The fund is open to all local groups and organisations that are non-profit making as long as their idea meets the fund’s guidance criteria. Funding is only awarded to a project that reduces crime or the fear of crime and makes Dorset a safer place to live. The projects must have a community benefit and can show how they will ensure that what they are doing is making a difference – the maximum award is £1500.

For details on how to apply, visit  Safer Dorset Fund Application , or email pccgrants@dorset.pnn.police.uk

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