Proceeds of Crime Fund

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Commissioner’s Proceeds of Crime Fund – for grants between £3,000 and £15,000

As part of his commitment to local communities, the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Matthew Ellis is providing through a bidding process £200k a year in the form of the Commissioner’s Proceeds of Crime Fund.

The Commissioner’s Proceeds of Crime Fund is seeing 100 per cent of funding received by Staffordshire Police going back into local communities, through grants of between £3,000 and £15,000. It is made up of money seized from criminals as Staffordshire Police continue to robustly strip offenders of their assets.

Organisations, which have  supported Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent community-related partnership activity (for a minimum period of one year within the last three years) are eligible to apply.

To find out more

The timeline attached to the application form provides full details of the deadlines for the Commissioner’s Proceeds of Crime Fund. Two rounds of funding will be held by the Commissioner, the first which opens 1 March and closes on 14 April, the second which opens on 1 August and closes on 14 September.

Open and Close

All funds must be committed by 31 March the following year. Funds provided in Round 1 must be spent by 14 April 2018, funds provided in Round 2 must be spent by 14 September 2018.

 

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View the successful funding groups

Successful Proceeds of Crime Funding 2013/2014
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 1 2014
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 2 2014
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 1 2015
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 2 2015
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 1 2016
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 2 2016
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 1 2017
Successful Proceeds of Crime Fund Round 2 2017