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What is the PCSP?

The Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP (Policing and Community Safety Partnership) aims to make our community safer.

It is funded jointly by the Department of Justice and the Northern Ireland Policing Board.  The PCSP has a Policing Committee to take forward specific police monitoring and engagement functions, with the wider PCSP taking forward community safety related functions. 


Grand Choice in Killultagh

The council and its partners have £15,000 available for projects across the district electoral area including, Aghalee, Ballinderry, Dundrod, Glenavy, Maghaberry, Stoneyford and White Mountain.  Those projects that receive financial support must relate to one or more of the following themes: Policing and Community Safety, Mental Health and Wellbeing or Engaging Young People.

To access the application form for Grand Choice funding in the Killultagh area click here

The scheduled community workshops are taking place on:

Monday 11 November 2019 – 7-9pm in St John`s Parish Hall, Stoneyford
Thursday 14 November 2019 – 7-9pm in Ballinderry Primary School
Monday 18 November 2019 – 7-9pm in Maghaberry Community Centre
Wednesday 20 November 2019 – 7-9pm in Methodist Church Hall, Glenavy

Grand Choice Summary

Applicant Project Title Description Amount Applied For
Crew LOL 124 Community BBQ

To engage elderly people in an isolated rural community along with young people to build friendships and improve community spirit.  Food and entertainment will be provided.

£1,000
Simply Judo This Girl Can

This project will engage girls under the age of 14 to take part in a sporting activity.  The girls will receive 6 hours of free judo and when the project is finished they will get a place in the club.

£1,000
Glenavy Women’s Institute Glenavy WI One Day Arts and Craft School

This one day school project aims to address the problem of social isolation in young and older people in rural areas.  There will be two crafts taught in landscape painting and aplique of vinyl on to cotton bags which will provide social interaction and an opportunity for intergenerational bonding.

£500
Magheragall BB Company Section Replacement Vaulting and Gymnastic Equipment

This is a rural BB Company associated with Magheragall Presbyterian Church and this project will provide a varied programme for all boys including vaulting and supervision for Bronze and Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award Schemes.

£1,000
Whitemountain and District Community Association Whitemountain Community Bee Hive Project

This project is to build a community bee hive with the intent that rural people, both young and adult, get involved in a volunteer role where they progressively gain experience through the guidance of an experienced Bee Keeper.

£1,000
Townland Boxing Club

Walking Your Way Towards A Positive Mental Health

This project is aimed at people who normally do not participate in group settings but everyone is welcome to walk with the aim to break the stigma associated with mental health and depression.

£800
Glenavy Protestant Hall Committee 150th Anniversary of Glenavy Protestant Hall

A programme of events will be held in April 2020 to celebrate the 150th Anniversary to include an exhibition of the hall’s history and guided tours of Glenavy village.

£1,000
Fourscore LOL 340 Relax and Feel Safe at The Score

This project is to host a crime prevention play in the Hall where the local community can attend for a night where they can relax, laugh, enjoy a nice supper and feel safe.

£700
Castlerobin Saturday Club Castlerobin Saturday Club

This project aims to curtain off the seated area from the main hall to make it a more cozy and friendly space and also provide a high speed wi-fi hub to help keep the younger teenaged families entertained.

£500
Rathlane Building People and Community Rathlane provides day activities for young people with learning difficulties and poor mental health.  Through working on the farm we provide a community hub where participants gather to socialize, eat and relax and equipment and a seated area is required for outdoor activities. £850
Ballinderry Primary School Resilience for Young People and their Parents

To deliver a series of lessons to a targeted school year group on ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), then to teaching staff and parents focusing on emotional resilience and how to deal with someone showing signs of dealing with an ACE.

£750
Ballinderry Primary School PTA Development of an Outdoor Classroom

To support Ballinderry Primary School and Nursery Unit in the development of Outdoor Learning to give children the opportunity to learn more about their environment, to work together on outdoor ECO projects and to develop their physical skills in a natural setting.  The Outdoor Classroom would also be used for events e.g. Sports Day.

£1,000
Glenclare Friendship Group Glenclare Friendship Group

To take a group of 30 seniors on an outing as a part of on-going weekly activities to improve community well-being combat loneliness and bring people together to establish friendships

£500
St Joseph’s GAC Winter Schedule for Mothers and Others Football

This project is aimed at ladies who are over 25 of all abilities to come out to play football not only to be active but improve social experiences.  This would run twice a week for 14 weeks.

£980
Sunshine Community Playgroup Playtime Adventure

This project involves the purchase of much needed playground equipment i.e. new bikes and scooters and also two mini children’s wheelbarrows to enhance the opportunities within the unique forest school.

£840
Maghaberry Friends Together Tea Dance

To host a Tea Party and Afternoon Dance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with all local groups and residents being invited to promote the group and to encourage new members and reduce social isolation.

£700
Stoneyford Neighbourhood Forum Building Good Neighbours

This project will bring together people from difference backgrounds for St Patrick’s Day events and will help to address sectarian issues and build understanding, trust and friendships.

£900
Maghaberry PTA Safe Parking Campaign

This project will enable the PTA to purchase signage and resources to help communicate the principles of safe parking around Maghaberry Primary School and picket barriers will also allow children to be dismissed safely at the end of the school day.

£943
Maghaberry Primary and Nursery School Mental Health Workshops The aim of the project is to facilitate wide discussion with all primary aged children about mental health and wellbeing with trained professionals to enable children to become more aware and willing to talk about mental wellbeing, to be able to spot early signs and to know how they can seek support. £900
Maghaberry in Bloomers Peaceful Planting Project

This project will encourage all ages to get together in the evenings and weekends during the spring to plant shrubs and flowers.  Working together will promote community cohesion and give a platform to build new friendships.

£1000
Hilltop Friends Hilltop Beetles Drive Into Spring

This project will provide an afternoon of entertainment, fun and community safety.  The Beetle Drive will stimulate wellbeing, exercise mental health, build confidence and new relationships.

£721
Magheragall BB Junior Section Football Training To enable the purchase of new improved training equipment to build on our already improving team. £1,000
Little Munchkins After-School Little Munchkins After-School

To purchase new equipment for the After School Club where children are involved in stimulating play activities which promotes their mental health and wellbeing and encourages physical exercise.

£1,000
Ballydonaghy Pipe Band Piping Mad

To engage young people in the traditional iconic instrument of the bagpipes through local workshops, demonstrations and tuition and gaining hands-on experience.

£1,000

What we do?
 

Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP aims to make our community safer.  We do this by focusing on the policing and community safety issues that matter most in Lisburn.  We:

  • consult and engage with the local community on the issues of concern in relation to policing and community safety. The Policing Committee has a distinct responsibility to provide views to the relevant district commander and the Policing Board on policing matters;

  • identify and prioritise the particular issues of concern and prepare plans for how these can be tackled;

  • monitor - a Policing Committee comprising the political and independent members will monitor the performance of the police and work to gain the co-operation of the public with the police in preventing crime;

  • deliver a reduction in crime and enhance community safety in our district, directly through our own interventions, through the work of our delivery groups or through support for the work of others. 

 

Policing Committee

 

Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP Policing Committee works with local police to develop the local policing plan and monitor their performance against this plan.

The role of the Policing Committee is to carry out the following specific functions:

  • to provide views to a relevant police commander and to the Policing Board on any matter concerning the district;

  • to monitor performance of the police in carrying out the policing plan in the district; and

  • to make arrangements for obtaining the co-operation of the public with the policing in preventing crime and enhancing community safety in the district.

 

Community Safety

 

Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP will work with the community to identify issues of concern in the local area and potential solutions, and will prepare a plan to address these concerns. The focus of the plan will be on delivering practical solutions.  We also work in partnership with those organisations that have a contribution to make to enhancing community safety in our area.

Sign up for the Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP and PSNI Text Alert Scheme by clicking here.

 

Getting involved

 

Community involvement is vitally important if we are to really deliver a safer society for everyone.  Lisburn & Castlereagh PCSP would be keen to hear your views.  We will be hosting public meetings in the future and these will be publicised locally.

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