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Safe and Sound grant Information for the over 60s

Alert message sent 02/11/2018 15:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police


Safe and Sound Grant from ERYC for home owners and private tennants.


 
What is a Safe & Sound Grant?
 
The grant is to help minimise the fear of crime by providing additional home security measures to enable residents to feel safer in their home.
 
 
Who is eligible for help?
 
To qualify for assistance applicants must be:
Aged over 60 or disabled;
A homeowner or private sector tenant / Housing Association tenant.
 
 
Everyone living in the property must not have a bank balance, when added together, of over £5,000.
 
 
Further grants will not be made to anyone receiving support from the Safe and Sound grant scheme in the last two years

 
 
How can you help me?
 
We can arrange for a qualified contractor to carry out a free home security assessment and fit home security equipment.
 
 
What additional home security measures are available to me?
 
Measures include, but are not limited to*:
 
Additional locks for doors and windows
Door Chains
Door viewers
Window alarms
 
*some types of locks and security measures can only be fitted depending on the type of existing windows and doors.
 
How do I apply?
 
You can request an application form by sending an email to safe.communities@eastriding.gcsx.gov.uk or by calling 01482 396380. 







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Michael fowler (Police,Pcso,Beverley east riding of yorkshire)
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