The Commissioner funds services that promote community safety, protect people from harm and support victims. We operate a number of different funding streams and regularly invite organisations to apply for funding.
Our intention is to make funding accessible to organisations of all sizes. Read the key documents on this page before applying for funding from our office.
Please note, we may periodically close funding opportunities once available funding is allocated. Any deadlines listed are therefore indicative.
Apply for funding
Read the below documents that relate to each of our four main funding streams before you apply. Together with our Commissioning Strategy, they set out how we will make funding available and the criteria, terms and conditions for receiving funding.
Community Safety Fund
Reducing Reoffending Fund
Children and Young People Fund
Read our Commissioning Strategy that sets out our funding priorities and how we ensure our funding processes are fair and transparent.
See the latest information about each of the Commissioner’s funding streams, including the amount of the total budget that has been allocated by our team.
Head of Policy and Commissioning
Applications for youth forum open after first members flag mental health and substance misuse as priorities for police
Applications have opened for the second Surrey Youth Commission, which allows children and young people to have their say on crime and policing.
“It can hugely profit the criminal gangs who cause so much misery”: Deputy Commissioner warns of “extremely dangerous” consequences of rural crime
Surrey's Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner has warned of the true cost of rural crime as a national week of action begins.
“It wasn’t me – my one-night stand borrowed the car”: Commissioner shares worst-ever excuses for speeding as she marks Surrey Police campaign
The Commissioner shared some of the worst excuses for speeding ever heard by the county's roads policing officers as a new campaign begins.