National Crime Prevention Strategy 2018 Call for Applications
Offered by: Public Safety Canada
- Community or professional organizations, societies and associations which have associated themselves with a not-for-profit purpose, and which have the mandate to represent their membership or community;
- Provincial, territorial, regional, municipal and local governments;
- Aboriginal governments, organizations and communities;
- Provincial, municipal and Aboriginal police services; and
- Canadian universities, educational institutions/boards of education and Centres of excellence.
Crown corporations, for-profit groups and individuals are examples of recipients that are not eligible for funding under the NCPS.
Accepting Applications: Until July 31, 2018
Eligible funding request:
Strengthening Community Readiness projects can be up to 24 months of duration. The maximum amount of funding available is $400,000 per recipient, per project, with a maximum of $200,000 per year.
Direct intervention projects can be up to 60 months of duration. The maximum amount of funding available is $7,500,000 per recipient, per project, with a maximum of $1,500,000 per year.
The NCPS' priorities for the 2018 Call for Applications are direct intervention or strengthening community readiness projects among Indigenous and vulnerable populations to prevent or reduce the impacts of the following crime issues on communities:
- Youth gangs;
- Youth violence;
- Youth bullying; and
- Youth cyberbullying.
There are two types of eligible project: Strengthening Community Readiness, and Direct Intervention
Please see website for more details.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org