London Crime Prevention Fund
About the Fund
MOPAC and London Councils worked together to plan for London's commissioning arrangements for community safety and crime reduction funding, which replace previous funding streams from the Home Office. The fund is named the London Crime Prevention Fund to reflect those
priority activities that Local Authorities are best placed to lead on,
however its scope is wider – encompassing broader crime reduction
initiatives around diversion and reducing reoffending as well.
The fund is piloting Payment by Results (PbR) schemes, and aims to "provide boroughs the time and assurance needed to tackle complex and entrenched crime problems by giving them the opportunity to bid for longer term funding".
Further details and the application form are published here.
What the Fund FAQs
London Councils (the association of London local authorities) has published FAQs about the fund and thes can be found here