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The Commissioner can make a crime and disorder reduction grant to any person or organisation in Merseyside helping to tackle these issues in the region.

These grants are used to help the Commissioner achieve the aims in her Police and Crime Plan while making Merseyside a safer place to live.

Please find the details of previous Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants by year below:

2019/20 Summary of grants Knowsley outcomes report

Liverpool outcomes report

Sefton outcomes report

St Helens outcomes report

Wirral outcomes report
2018/19 Summary of grants

Knowsley outcomes report

Liverpool outcomes report

Sefton outcomes report

St Helens outcomes report

Wirral outcomes report

2017/18 Summary of grants Knowsley outcomes report

Liverpool outcomes report

Sefton outcomes report

St Helens outcomes report

Wirral outcomes report
2016/17 Summary of grants Knowsley outcomes report

Liverpool outcomes report

Sefton outcomes report

St Helens outcomes report

Wirral outcomes report
2015/16

Summary of grants

From 1st April 2015, to March 31st, 2016,
the Commissioner also provided a specific
grant to Sefton CVS to continue to deliver
the Merseyside Offender Mentoring project.

Please find details of this additional grant
to Sefton CVS.

 

Knowsley end of year report 

Liverpool end of year report 

Sefton end of year report 

St Helens end of year report 

Wirral end of year report 

2014/15

Summary of grants

 

 

Monitoring

Quarterly budget monitoring reports on the Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants are also available on the  Key Decision page for each relevant year.

Jane wants your views on policing funding today...

The Police Commissioner has to set the police budget soon.

She wants your views on  if you would be willing to contribute an extra 19p a week in your council tax  to enable the Chief Constable to recruit 160 new police officers next year, as well help balance the budget and protect jobs?

Without the extra funding the Commissioner will have to reduce the budget, the recruitment of new officers can’t
go ahead and the Chief Constable will be required to cut back on the service again.