Grab a share of £200k from proceeds of crime

Herald Series: Anthony Stansfield Anthony Stansfield

About £200,000 made from crime is to be handed out to volunteer and community groups.

Police and crime commissioner Anthony Stansfeld revealed the amount of the Policy Property Act Fund available for this year on Monday.

The pot, which is jointly managed by Thames Valley Police’s PCC and the Chief Constable Sara Thornton, is made up of money recovered from criminals and from the sale of stolen items in police auctions which cannot be returned to their owners.

The force intends to have two rounds of bids with the first closing at midnight on Sunday, June 22.

The PCC said applications were encouraged from groups that helped police cut crime. For more information visit thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk

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10:58am Wed 4 Jun 14

Quentin Walker says...

Who runs Thames valley Police, the chief constable or Mr Stansfield?
Who runs Thames valley Police, the chief constable or Mr Stansfield? Quentin Walker
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1:08pm Wed 4 Jun 14

yabbadabbadoo256 says...

How about handing it back to the actual victims rather than giving it away to anyone?
How about handing it back to the actual victims rather than giving it away to anyone? yabbadabbadoo256
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