Security grants announced for community groups

johnboy 22 December 2010

Simon Corbell has announced grants to help community organisations improve their physical security:

“I am pleased to announce that thirty community organisations around the Act will benefit in the latest round of the Government’s ‘Improving Safety and Security Grants Program’,” Mr Corbell said.

“The Government has made $150,000 available for community organisations to purchase infrastructure and equipment to improve the safety and security of their facilities,” Mr Corbell said.

“This program is designed to boost the capacity of community organisations to respond to property crime such as burglary and property damage.

“The grant assists in providing a minimum standard of security for those organisations whose choices may otherwise be limited by the cost of security hardware.”

And the winners are:

— ACT Softball Association Incorporated – Installation of security roller shutters and security screens on canteen and admin areas – $10,000

    — Bandits Baseball Club Incorporated – Enhancement of security for canteen and storage facility – $303

    — Belconnen Baptist Church Incorporated (Abbreviated as BBC) – Extensive upgrade to security – $8,985

    — Belconnen Bowling Club Inc – Installation of security grills to windows of premises – $3,000

    — Belconnen Senior Citizens Club – Installation of CCTV – $6,240

    — Belwests Tennis Club – Purchase of window screens and window grills – $5,000

    — Beryl Women Inc – Security upgrade including security doors, window screens and Safe-E-Scape – 10,000

    — Canberra Croquet Club Inc – Upgrade of security: lighting, screens and fire alarms – $3,506

    — Canberra Gang Show (part of Scouts Australia ACT Branch) – Update of security and safety of unused hall including alarm, lighting and repairs – $5,000

    — Canberra Netball Association Incorporated – Installation of alarm system – $2,000

    — Canberra Potters’ Society Inc – Replacement of locks – $2,500

    — CanTeen – The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer – Installation of access control accessories and electronic locking devices – $1,805

    — Conflict Resolution Service (CRS) – Increase security through construction of counter and obtaining duress alarm – $4,210

    — Erindale Scout Group – Upgrade and repair of existing fencing and lighting and additional lighting – $8,400

    — Gungahlin United Football Club – Installation of alarm system – $3,835

    — Lake Ginninderra Sea Scouts – Installation of security screens to windows at Lake Ginninderra Sea Scout Hall – $7,656

    — Majura Football Club (MFC) – Upgrade canteen security – $2,953

    — Mandir Society of Australia Inc – Installation of floodlights – $1,465

    — Manuka Occasional Childcare Association – Installation of alarm system – $5,866

    — Mount Rogers Scout Group – Improve security lighting – $2,708

    — Rainbow Cottage Early Childhood Centre – Installation of security lighting for play area and car park – $2,720

    — Reid Tennis Club Incorporated – Installation of security grills and alarm system – $9,999

    — St Vincent De Paul Society Pty Ltd – Installation of security system and increased security of front entry – $6,065

    — United Vietnamese Buddhist Congregation of Canberra and Surrounding Districts – Installation of security screens – $4,245

    — UnitingCare Kippax – Installation of external lighting – $6,300

    — Woden Seniors Inc – Installation of security door at rear of building – $2,721

    — Woden Valley Gymnastics Club Inc – Upgrade and expansion of security system – $7,898

    — Wombats Playschool – Installation of security doors and screens – $8,115

    — Yarralumla Tennis Club (YTC) (Inc) – Installation of security gate and lock – $2,610

    — YMCA of Canberra – Installation of security lights – $1,716


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