A national campaign to raise awareness of a system to help people alert police when in imminent danger but unable to speak, is being launched by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) today (8th April 2019).
The latest round of the Hull Crime Reduction Fund (HCRF) – administered by the Hull Community Safety Partnership (CSP) with funding from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) – is due to close to applicants on 28 February and not for profit groups/organisations across Hull are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to £10,000.
Each year the Home Office is pleased to host the Lord Ferrers Awards for volunteers in policing. The awards highlight the vital role these individuals play to develop links with communities, and to support the police in keeping those communities safe. This year we will be celebrating the 25th year of the Awards, marking a quarter of a century of exceptional volunteer dedication.
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund – administered by the Hull Community Safety Partnership (CSP) with funding from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner – is currently open for applications from not for profit groups and organisations across Hull, who can apply for grants of up to £10,000. Hull CSP Chair Tracy Harsley