Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Partnerships)
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
The OPFCC provides funding to Tendring
District Council on an annual basis for projects that support
Community Safety across Tendring. Each individual application is
assess by the Partnership to determine whether it meets the
strategic priorities of the District to reduce crime and enhance
Cllr Lynda McWilliams is the Chair of the Community Safety Partnership.
5 Projects have been agreed by the partnership to be grant funded as follows:
UTurn - Knife Crime reduction programme (£2,750)
Colchester United (CUFITC) :
Mental Health Awareness (£2,750)
Small Group Project Mentoring (£2,750)
Unite our Communities (£2,500)
Open Road - Clacton Town Outreach Project (£2,153)
To award grants to the organisations as
detailed above and make the relevant payments.
The decision maker is the Community Safety Partnership and full funding has been given to Tendring District Council by the OPFCC to cover project costs.
Option 1 - To reject the funding offered by
the OPFCC to support Community Safety Projects across
Option 2 - To accept the funding and invite applications for grant funding applications in line with the priorities of the Community Safety Partnership.
All bids for grant funding require the partnership members to agree bid proposals.
Publication date: 11/06/2021
Date of decision: 11/06/2021