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Police and Crime Plan priorities
Your proposal must relate to at least one of the priorities detailed in the Police and Crime plan. The full
Police and Crime Plan document can be found here
on the Grants page of the Commissioner's website.
Using the following tables, please identify briefly how your project links to one or more of these priorities
1. Working to keep the most vulnerable in our communities safe from crime and harm and
supporting those who unfortunately find themselves a victim of crime.
2. Working to tackle the emerging threats of cyber and cyber enabled crime on individuals,
businesses and communities.
3. Working to tackle the impact of drugs and alcohol on communities.
4. Supporting those with mental health issues, including those with learning difficulties, who
come into contact with the Criminal Justice System, as victim or offender, to get the right
support, from the right agencies at the right time.
5. Working with young people, as victims or offenders, to understand their needs and
prevent them becoming involved in criminal activities.
6. Working with the Constabulary to develop the policing family to be more representative of
the diverse communities it serves.
7. Working with the Constabulary and partners to maximise on the opportunities from
developments in technology.
To help you complete the appropriate tables, please see additional information below:
ACTIVITY – Briefly describe who will do what and how
OUTCOME – Briefly describe the anticipated outcomes of each project
PERFORMANCE MEASURES – Briefly describe what tools you will use to demonstrate the
change that your project achieves
IMPACT AND BENEFIT – Please state what impact the project will have on the local
community and who will benefit from it. Please be as specific as you can. This may be used as
delivery criteria for payments.
TIMELINE – Please provide an indicative timeline, showing the stages and dates by
which you will implement your proposals
The Commissioner will be looking for:
• Projects which empower the local community to tackle problems in their neighbourhood
• Projects organised by (and involving) community/neighbourhood groups.
• Projects that can demonstrate that they can make a difference to local communities.
• Projects that take a new approach to tackling long term problems.
• Projects that foster good relations between partner agencies and communities and do
not work in isolation.
Additional information regarding eligibility criteria and other useful details can be found by