Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) Funding

Posted by: Jenny Carter on April,19th,2017

There is currently a total of £29,450 funding available from The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)) to tackle and see a reduction in crimes within  Haringey.

The aim is to identify and support local organisations that currently deliver or plan to deliver work that will: clearly evidence a reduction, prevention and/or community engagement to make Haringey a safer place and reduce crime.

This means we are interested in projects that will help to prevent crime, reduce crime or provide engagement opportunities, particularly for those communities that do not historically engage with the police.

Project that are not supported include;

  • Developing smartphones apps;
  • Buying IT equipment for the Safer Neighborhood Board (SNB);
  • Surveys, unless part of a wider project that describes how the information gathered will be used to prevent crime, reduce crime or engage with communities;
  • Supporting functions that are the responsibility of other partners;
  • Funding a post – However funding time to deliver your project is fine
  • Replication core functions of the SNB such as meetings to hold the Borough Commander to account or address ward or neighbourhood priorities and promises:
  • Poster, leaflet and newsletter campaigns that simple raise awareness of issues or organisations.

Your project and delivery plan needs to be able to clearly evidence impact and outcomes and you will need to complete an application form.

The deadline for applications is 1 May 2017. If you have any questions, please email deborah@bridgerenewaltrust.org.uk

Please click here for an application form


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