Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has announced this year's Safer Communities Fund Allocations for October 2019 to September 2020.
A total of £89,088 has been granted to 7 projects which work in the Gosport Constituency.
These 7 projects operating in Gosport are:
- £15 000 to Spurgeons
- For the Spurgeons Invisible Walls Family Support Service to reduce reoffending
- £15 000 to CIS’ters
- Granted to the Emotional Resilience programme to help victims of sexual crime
- £11 775 to Collaborate Digital LTD
- To fund a Hampshire Knife Crime Schools Media Competition
- £15 000 to the Hampshire Constabulary
- For the Hotel Watch, a secure platform of information sharing
- £7 150 for Stop Domestic Abuse
- Funding for the DAY Programme, a preventive group programme with young people
- £10 500 to Fusion Plus Trading as Music Fusion
- For the project Maverick Sessions, a music programme to reduce reoffending
- £14 663 to Motiv8
- For the Motiv8 Gosport Choices Programme working with vulnerable young people at risk of abuse, crime or exploitation
The funding granted to support projects that help protect the most vulnerable in communities across Hampshire and in Gosport, giving vital support and reducing pressure on police officers.
Local MP, Caroline Dinenage, commented:
“It is great to see that these fantastic local projects have been allocated part of this year's funding.
“Having engaged with many of them over my years as MP for Gosport, I have seen first-hand how vital these organisations are to our community and young people, helping them get the start, or a second chance, that they need in life.
“I look forward to seeing their continued work across the Constituency.”