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Criminal property confiscation grants

 

Overview

The Government of Western Australia's Department of the Attorney General administers a grants program on behalf of the Attorney General drawing on funds collected under the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000. Criminal money and property is seized by the police and the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Grants can only be used to prevent or reduce drug-related crime and drug abuse, support crime victims and to aid law enforcement. Eligible not-for-profit community organisations and local government authorities are invited to apply for funds up to $200,000 to implement projects for the above purposes.

Applicants are encouraged to discuss their proposed project with the Department's Grants Administrator. Please refer to the contacts and links below for contact details and information about how to apply.

Contacts

Department of the Attorney General
Grants Administrator
Ph: (08) 9264 1206
Ph: 1800 994 400 (country callers)

Links

 
Last updated: 19 August 2013
 
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