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Giving back to your community

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) are committed to tackling antisocial behaviour across Greater Manchester and they now have the opportunity to put funds back into certain areas of Greater Manchester using money seized from criminals.

ARIS, which stands for the Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme, gives GMP the opportunity to use money they've taken from criminals (or that they have had to pay back once they've been convicted of doing something illegal) to help communities.

This is all part of their commitment to working together, listening to your community and sharing information to tackle the issues that matter most to you.

The 'Giving Back' scheme is an opportunity for people like you to help GMP give the money to individuals, organisations and groups that can help tackle antisocial behaviour in your community.

If you have an idea how you'd like to see the money spent in your local community, or you're involved in a project that could fit the bill, you can have a read of the criteria and apply for funding here or by visiting Brotherton House. The closing date for applications is Saturday 12th May 2018.

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