Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Loyd, is spending almost a million pounds of funding from the Greater Manchester Police budget on a project to get neighbourhoods to do things to reduce demand for police services in 2016.
The GMPCC website says: “Communities across Greater Manchester are being invited to bid for a slice of £900,000 to reduce demand on police services by building strong neighbourhoods, boosting volunteering, and empowering our region’s young people.”
The funds available:
Commissioner’s neighbourhood fund
- Grants of up to £1000 (from a total fund of £200,000)
Active citizens’ fund
- Grants of up to £5000 (from a total fund of £200,000)
Youth aspiration fund
- Grants of up to £30,000 (from a total fund of £500,000)
Find out full details HERE.