Local Approaches to Policing (LAP) is an ambitious and diverse programme of work being developed by Police Scotland in pursuance of Policing 2026. It seeks to encourage creative and evidence-based practice both at the level of front-line local service delivery, and in relation to the support and call handling systems that provide essential support for that work. LAP provided the focus for a "sandpit event" that was held on 7th June, and for this Collaborative Project funding call that was attached to it.
Participants are invited to submit proposals for research projects to be funded from a Police Community Relations Collaborative Project Fund that allign with eight themes/areas of work that have been identified through dialogue with the LAP team as being of particular interest:
Police Community Relations Collaborative Project Funding
As noted, a key objective of the sandpit was that it should stimulate connections and ideas that can be taken forward and actioned beyond the sandpit itself. SIPR will award Police Community Relations Collaborative Project Funding grants to support ongoing activity that emerges from the sandpit.
Please download FULL DETAILS of the "sandpit" for further information
Police Community Relations Collaborative Project Funding grants will be valued at up to £20,000.
Please download AN APPLICATION FORM FOR FUNDING. THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 28 SEPTEMBER 2018
Applications should be submitted to Tim Heilbronn, SIPR Business & KT Manager (email@example.com) by 28th September 2018. These timelines are designed to allow potential collaborators to continue or start working together on proposals following the sandpit. All applications will be reviewed by the SIPR Executive Committee and the Police Community Relations Brokering Team and awards will be announced in October/early November 2018, with the expectation that projects would normally commence shortly afterwards, and before the close of the calendar year at the latest.