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Author Topic: Funding Opportunity and Crime Update Friday  (Read 205 times)
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« on: September 01, 2017, 02:30:22 PM »


FIRST:  ANOTHER FUNDING OPPORTUNITY FROM THE PCC.
 
Are you a Parish / Town Council, Community Group, Faith Group, Residents Association, LIONS, Rotary, Carers / Disability support Group?
 
The bidding criteria are certainly wide enough for you to bid for this money !!!  The process is very simple.
 
 
£100,000 available to community and voluntary groups
 
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, and the Chief Constable, Francis Habgood, have today (31/08) opened a new grant round of the Police Property Act Fund.
 
The Fund, which is jointly managed by the PCC and the Chief Constable, is created from money recovered by the police and the proceeds from the sale of items that cannot be returned to identified owners, including seizures from criminals.
 
Last year over £140,000 was distributed to 40 different organisations to reduce re-offending and prevent cybercrime and the PCC and Chief Constable expect to allocate around £100,000 in this grant round.
 
Applications are now invited from local voluntary and community groups who can contribute towards a key aim in the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan priorities, which are:
 
Vulnerability
Prevention and Early Intervention
Reducing Re-Offending
Serious Organised Crime and Terrorism
 
Some examples of projects that may be considered include those that prevent ‘peer on peer abuse’, rehabilitate offenders, prevent exploitation or tackle elder abuse. However, all applications will be required to submit clear evidence of how their project or activity already contributes towards achieving the key aim indicated.
The closing date for this round of applications is 5pm Thursday 21st September 2017 and applications will be considered jointly by the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and the Chief Constable.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Anthony Stansfeld said: “Many of the issues that I have highlighted in my Police and Crime Plan cannot be successfully tackled by any one organisation alone so it is crucial that we work in partnership. The local voluntary and community sector play an important part in our partnership work and there are many organisations in the Thames Valley that can offer a valuable contribution towards helping improve community safety.
“The Police Property Act Fund is a good opportunity to recognise this contribution and assist these organisations in continuing to make a positive change within our communities. In the past we have seen some truly brilliant successes as a result of this fund and I hope we will see many more from this round of funding.
“I would encourage any organisations who meet the criteria of the fund to apply and I look forward to seeing the applications.”
 
Chief Constable, Francis Habgood said: “Our force commitment says that we will work together to make our communities safer. I know that relatively small amounts of money can really help groups in the local and voluntary sector make a real difference. We have seen many examples of this in previous years and I would encourage people to apply if they meet the criteria for this year.
 
“Some of the money that we will be allocating has been seized from criminals. It is great to think that it is now being diverted to good causes across the Thames Valley.”
 
More information and the application form can be found at:
 
https://www.thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/police-property-act-fund/
 
Please ensure that you read the guidance before submitting an application.
 
 
Candy Heinrich
PR and Communication Officer
 
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
The Farmhouse
Thames Valley Police Headquarters
Kidlington OX5 2NX
www.thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk
 
 
MAIDENHEAD CENTRAL:
maidenheadcentralnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
1/9  Friday 0.20 a.m.  King Street.  A man walked along the road, kicked and dented a car and walked on.  A man matching the description given was found nearby and arrested on suspicion of Criminal Damage.
30/8  Wednesday 10 a.m. / 12.40 p.m.  High Street.  Bike locked in a bike rack stolen.  A white & silver Carrera, mountain bike.
 
RIVERSIDE & BELMONT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
 
MAIDENHEAD WEST
maidenheadwestnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
 
PINKNEYS GREEN & FURZE PLATT:
30/8  Wednesday 8.40 p.m. Gardner Road.  Attempted burglary.  An offender has walked onto the property via a side gate and tried to open a rear kitchen door.  The owner heard a noise and went to investigate.  They turned on the kitchen light and could see a man crouching outside the rear door.  The man immediately made off.  As they walked back into the living room, there was a knock at the front door.  When they went to the door and man was standing there, who identified himself as ‘Michael’.  He said he was there to turn off the water.  There was a second man there, but he was difficult to make out through the opaque glass as the owner did not open the door.  The police were immediately called and tool marks were found near the lock on the back door.
 
MAIDENHEAD SOUTH
maidenheadsouthnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
BOYN HILL, COX GREEN & WOODLANDS PARK:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
 
OLDFIELD & BRAY:
30/8  Wednesday 9.15  p.m.  The Binghams.  Attempted burglary.  The owner was sitting in the living room, when they saw the garden lights go off.  They looked out and saw 2 men in the rear garden who were turning the lights around.  The owner went out and chased the men from the back out through the front.  He asked them what they were doing in the garden and one of the men responded that they had kicked a ball into the garden and they were there looking for it.  A car pulled up outside, the men jumped in and it drove off towards Holyport.
 
 
‘You can play your part in helping to tackle the terrorist threat facing the UK’.
 
‘Everyone, from law enforcement, to businesses, to the general public, has a role to play in keeping the UK safe from terrorism and to effectively combat the threat.  Everyone needs to work together.  Our aim, is to encourage people to be more vigilant – ‘if you suspect it, report it’ – please report all suspicious activity to the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321’.
 
‘For more information follow this link: https://act.campaign.gov.u
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