Youth Crime Prevention
Funding for community-led initiatives that address offending behaviour and recidivism by young people aged 10-24 years who have had, or are at risk of, contact with the criminal justice system
Public Safety Infrastructure Fund
Funding of up to $250,000 for the development of public safety and security infrastructure to improve community safety and confidence in public places. The next round of PSIF grants are scheduled to open in July 2017.
Community Safety Fund
These grants provide funding for communities in Victoria to implement locally based crime prevention solutions. The 2017-18 round of applications will close at 4pm on 14 July 2017.
Partnership projects to reduce the risks of crime and increase community safety in areas experiencing high rates of crime and disadvantage.
Preventing Violence Against Women and their Children
The Reducing Violence against Women and Their Children Grants supported partnership projects focused on primary prevention and early intervention.
Graffiti Prevention Grants
The Graffiti Prevention Grants provide funding for councils to partner with their local communities to prevent graffiti vandalism
Urban design and crime
Good urban design can help make public places safer.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in public places can be an effective tool for crime prevention and control
Information about addressing illegal graffiti, prevention and removal initiatives in Victoria
Theft and burglary
Protect your home, your car and your stuff.
Search useful information, tips and documents on crime prevention.
Working with young people
Useful resources to assist in designing and delivering a project with young people.
Resources to consider when establishing and managing your partnership project.
Get ideas about activities that you could implement in your local area by reading about our featured projects.
Find projects we've funded
Search for all the crime prevention projects across Victoria funded under the Community Crime Prevention Program.