Community Funding

As part of our commitment to improving community safety and driving down anti-social behaviour (ASB), the Commissioner’s Office has a range of funding allocations available to support projects which focus on ASB and other local community safety priorities. 

This funding is delivered through Staffordshire’s nine Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) which are made up of representatives from the police, local councils, fire & rescue service, health and probation service. Each CSP will receive a share of the £690,751 Locality Deal Fund to address community safety-related concerns.

This funding will give a boost to local initiatives by supporting community or voluntary groups to address priorities in their area, helping local people to build on the great work they are already doing in keeping their communities safe.

Additionally, each CSP will receive £10,000 to tackle ASB. The ASB Reduction Fund is made up of money seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act, which sees money and assets confiscated from criminal seizures and invested in projects designed to improve people’s quality of life.

For more information and to discuss potential locality deal and POCA funding please contact your local CSP using the details below.