Cash grants for South Yorkshire crime projects

Charles Perryman, chairman of South Yorkshire Police Authority.
Charles Perryman, chairman of South Yorkshire Police Authority.
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COMMUNITY projects that help cut crime in South Yorkshire can apply for their share of £190,000 available from the county’s police authority.

Grants from £30,000 to £50,000 are available to projects which address at least one of the priorities in the county’s policing plan, including improving public confidence, enhancing community safety, tackling crime, reducing serious and organised crime and protecting South Yorkshire from terrorism and extremism.

Charles Perryman, South Yorkshire Police Authority chairman, pictured above, said: “We believe the Community Grants Scheme is vital in supporting projects which can make a real difference to people across South Yorkshire.”

n Groups have until 4pm on Friday, April 27 to submit an application for a grant. For details, call 01226 772809.