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Current MOPAC bidding opportunities

Our current tender opportunities for work commissioned by MOPAC will be posted below.

Review of Drug Intervention Programmes in London

MOPAC is commissioning a review into the design, delivery, efficiency and effectiveness of programmes and pathways that look to integrate measures for directing adult drug-misusing offenders into drug treatment and reducing offending behaviour (formerly or currently known as Drug Intervention Programmes) across London.

We seeks to commission a review into the design, delivery, efficiency and effectiveness of these programmes throughout all London boroughs, with a particular focus of the activity undertaken in (i) Police Custody; (ii) Courts; (iii) Prison in-reach and (iv) Community based provision. The review will also consider how resources are currently, and in the future could best be, used and commissioned to achieve the above principle focus.

Clarification questions must be submitted to us by 5pm, 20 November 2017.  No clarification questions were received before the deadline and as such there are no responses to be published.

All final applications must be submitted by the 5pm, 7 December 2017.

Further information and details on how to apply is available.

Knife Crime Community Seed Funding

We are launching the MOPAC Knife Crime Community Seed Fund to support communities in London disproportionately affected by knife crime. The Mayoral Knife Crime Strategy commits a provision of new funding to support grass-roots community groups involved in protecting young people and ridding our communities of violence.

MOPAC has made £250,000 available in 2017/18 to fund activities from voluntary & community groups/providers. The objectives of the Fund align with the commitments stated within the Mayors Knife Crime Strategy which include:

  • supporting communities in London disproportionately affected by knife crime to respond better to their needs and issues
  • building a better understanding of the impact of grass roots services on accessing and supporting young people affected by knife crime
  • providing relevant diversionary and support services for young people engaged in knife crime in London
  • Supporting small organisations in start-up and development of services and developing and growing their contacts to build more sustainable delivery models.

We are inviting bids for funding for projects of up to £50,000 with no minimum limit for applications. We will consider bids for up to £100,000 for projects which collaborate between partners and across a minimum of 2 priority knife crime boroughs.

The deadline for completed applications including all supporting documents is 5pm, 21 December 2017

Further information and details on how to apply is available.