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Melbourne: The Andrews Labor Government delivered a fresh injection of $5.8 million to continue community crime prevention grants, while a review of the Government’s crime prevention initiatives is being undertaken by the Parliamentary Secretary for Justice.

The new money will support the following grant programs: The Community Safety Fund – grants of up to $10,000 for community groups and councils for practical crime prevention projects; Public Safety Infrastructure Fund – larger grants of up to $250,000 for councils to use urban design and technology such as CCTV and lighting to improve safety in public places; Graffiti Prevention Grants – grants of up to $25,000 for councils to partner with their local communities to prevent graffiti vandalis; New place-based grants for crime hotspots – piloting new grants for places of high crime and disadvantage, with an emphasis on projects involving youth, Koori and culturally and linguistically diverse groups.

The Community Crime Prevention website contains a database of funded projects that enables you to generate reports by local government area and grant type.
Further information, including examples of previously funded projects and other resources to support applicants, is available on the Community Crime Prevention website at www.crimeprevention.vic.gov.au (TIW)

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    Kenneth

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