WA Police

WA Police invite Local Government Authorities and incorporated-not-for-profit organisations to apply for funding to implement community crime prevention initiatives. 

State Graffiti Fund opens Wednesday 17 January 2018, 12.00pm (midday) and closes Wednesday 14 March 2018, 12.00pm (midday).

The State Graffiti Fund will support projects that increase the capacity of local governments and incorporated not-for-profit organisations to reduce the level of graffiti incidents, ensure all graffiti vandalism is reported and keep neighbourhoods free from graffiti vandalism. 

The State Graffiti Fund will support projects that increase the capacity of eligible organisations to reduce the level of graffiti incidents through:

  • Encouraging and supporting local communities to take responsibility for graffiti clean-up
  • Providing sustainable local graffiti clean-up solutions in Western Australian communities
  • Reducing the opportunities for graffiti offending by looking at improved design options for graffiti hotspot locations. A graffiti hotspot is an identified geographical location which is the ongoing target of graffiti vandalism;
  • Increasing community awareness on reporting graffiti vandalism and
  • Supporting projects that decrease the number of juveniles who come in contact with the justice system.

Maximum Amount: Up to $20,000 per project.

Closing Date and Time: 12.00pm (midday) Wednesday 14 March 2018.

Project timeframes are not to exceed 12 months. 

Please allow at least three months from the closing date for your application to be processed.

Please download the full guidelines before completing the application.

To view previous successful State Graffiti Fund Grant recipients click on the link.

For further information contact the Grants Team on 9222 1032 or email grants@police.wa.gov.au.

 

Community Crime Prevention Fund is now closed.

The Community Crime Prevention Fund supports projects that work to address local crime issues across Western Australia. These projects should address one or more of the following identified crime prevention priorities: 

  • Prevention and early intervention to address the needs of children and families
  • Youth justice and reducing re-offending
  • Preventing and responding to antisocial behaviour
  • Addressing and reducing drug and alcohol related crime or
  • Targeting priority crimes in Western Australia as identified.

Maximum Amount: Up to $25,000 per project.

For further information contact the Grants Team on 9222 1423 or email grants@police.wa.gov.au.

Current Rounds

2017 - 2018 State Graffiti Fund

Submissions are now open.
Submissions close 12:00PM 14 March 2018 (AWST).
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