Police Property Act Fund
The Police Property Act Fund is a joint fund managed by the PCC and the Chief Constable and is distributed to local community and voluntary groups.
The Fund is created from money recovered by the police and the proceeds from the sale of items that cannot be returned to identified owners, which includes seizures from criminals and is distributed twice a year.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we brought forward the latest funding round to support organisations who are working with the local community and helping people through this challenging time.
Each funding round involves a grant application form where applicants are required to evidence how they help to achieve a specific objective of the PCCs Police and Crime Plan, previous rounds have included 'reducing reoffending' and 'protecting vulnerable people'.
This Fund is an opportunity for Community and Voluntary Groups to get involved and assist the PCC and Thames Valley Police in tackling and reducing crime.
If you are interested in applying in the future we would strongly advise that you build relationships with your local policing team as this is one of the key criteria in the application process.
We have put together a number of interactive case studies, focused on successful Police Property Act Fund applicants. You can view the interactive case studies below:
Previous Grant Rounds
- April 2020 - Decision Paper
- April 2020 - Appendix
- January 2020 - Decision Paper
- August 2019 - Decision Paper
- February 2019 - Decision Paper
- October 2018 - Decision Paper
- September 2017 - Decision Paper
- September 2016 - Decision Paper
- December 2015 - Decision Paper
- June 2015 - Decision Paper