The PCC has funding available through a Community Safety Initiatives Fund and the Police
Property Act Fund.
Applicants are welcome from an ‘apply for funding’ section of the PCC website. Applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis with the requirements for bids to link to the PCCs Police and Crime Plan.
The following funding applications were approved at the July 2022 meeting:
Breckon Hill Youthy – £13,526
Breckon Hill Community Enterprise aims to provide educational, recreational and social
opportunities for residents of Middlesbrough and surrounding neighbourhood areas.
This funding will be specifically used to deliver targeted, engagement diversionary activities, to a
cohort of children and young people aged between 14 and 20.
Liverton Mines Youth Project – £1,500
To extend the current youth provision in the Liverton Mines areas to four nights per week.
Clean Slate Solutions – £19,250
Funding will be used to facilitate the delivery of tailored employability, and Information Advice
and Guidance (IAG) workshops, for individuals who have left the criminal justice system and
require support in obtaining long term employment opportunities.
The Moses Project – £10,000
This funding will be used to enable tailored mentoring via a Community Engagement Support
Mentor to males from within the Stockton area who require supported rehabilitation.
Brake – £4,160
Specialist road safety literature including specialist support for victims of road traffic collisions.
River Safety Patrols – £1,850
To enable summer safety patrols and purchase of CCTV equipment, PPE / first aid materials.