PCC Decisions

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved the Fees and Charges for the Supply of Goods & Services for 2021-2022.

The decision notice can be viewed here.

The Fees and Charges handbook can be viewed here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed to provide funding to the organisations listed within this decision notice and set out below:

The allocated funding for 2020/21 is as follows:

Multi Crime Core Contract Victim Support £450,000

Funding Network – various £257,375

Stalking Advocacy Service Veritas Justice £210,000

Restorative Justice Provision in Sussex £205,000

Commissioning Team costs £132,964

East Sussex Domestic Abuse service CGL £131,000

Sussex Rape & Sexual Violence service Survivors Network £124,000

Sussex Hate Crime Service Victim Support £98,247

Brighton Domestic Abuse service Victim Support £80,000

Children and Young People Victim Service Victim Support £75,589

Childrens Independent Sexual Violence Advisors Survivors Network - £69,070

Fraud Caseworkers Victim Support £57,745

Domestic Abuse legal support Daisy Chain £30,000

 Total: £1,920,990

Here is the decision notice in full.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed the recommendation to provide funding to the organisations listed within this decision notice and set out below:

The allocated funding for 2020/21 is as follows:

Community connectors rape and sexual abuse counselling support Life Centre £40,000

Rape & Sexual Violence counselling service for men Mankind £40,000

Child Sexual Exploitation support for parents Barnados £31,506

Adverse Childhood Experiences Toolkit Safe in Sussex £28,059.50

Trauma First Aid Hubs Brighton Womens Centre £20,000

Sex worker outreach support Brighton Oasis £20,000

Volunteering for change Veritas Justice £20,000

Sex worker outreach support Streetlight £17,000

Domestic abuse legal advice Daisy Chain £16,000

Stronger Futures My Sisters House £11,310

The Esther Project Yada £10,000

Crimestoppers FGM Campaign £3500

 Total: £257,375.50

The full decision notice can be found here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed to provide funding to the organisations listed in the decision notice and detailed below:

The allocated funding for 2020/21 is as follows:

WISE project YMCA Downslink £56,285

Domestic abuse wellbeing service Rise £51,438

Journey to recovery sexual abuse Life Centre £51,007.68

Stronger Futures My Sisters House £40,000

Counselling Plus Communities for domestic and sexual abuse £40,000

Innovating Minds domestic abuse support for children £40,000

Complex domestic abuse support Brighton Oasis £38,412

Rape and sexual violence groupwork Survivors Network £34,569.32

Domestic abuse legal advice Daisy Chain £25,000

Domestic abuse service Worth £25,000

Welcome Team Survivors Network £20,000

Friends Families and Travellers domestic abuse support service £20,000

Sex worker support Streetlight £13,000

Paws Protect domestic abuse pet fostering for refuge £10,000

Capa First Response Child to parent violence £5000

 

Total: £469,685 to 31st March 2022

 

The allocated funding for 2021/22 and 2022/23 (these funds committed to end of March 2023 as a total listed below) as per the successful expression of interest application:

3 IDVA (1 LGBT focused) CGL £251,793.28

Domestic Abuse support Victim Support £250,800

ISVA provision Survivors Network £249,713.19

Harmful practices and black/Asian domestic abuse service Hersana £230,904

Older persons domestic abuse service Hourglass £174,003

Children domestic abuse support You Trust £163,967.28

LGBT IDVA service LGBT Switchboard £134,340.66

IDVA support Safe in Sussex £124,584.90

Children and young person sexual exploitation Barnados £120,029.59

Children and young person sexual exploitation YMCA Downslink £120,029.50

Street community domestic abuse support Brighton Womens Centre £105,140.62

Childrens domestic abuse support Worth Services £98,282.36

IDVA support for Eastern European community My Sisters House £96,584.55

Childrens IDVA Home Start East Sussex £94,639.36

Advocacy Veritas Justice £82,810.36

BAME domestic abuse support Sussex Community Development Association £49,858

Support for male sexual abuse Mankind £49,782.53

 

Total £2,397,263.18 to 31st March 2023

Here you will find the decision notice in full.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved the Treasury Management Annual Report for 2020/21.

Here is the decision notice.

Here is the Treasury Management Annual Report for 2020/21.

The report was reviewed and recommended for approval by the PCC at the Joint Audit Committee 18 June 2021.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved the Revenue and Capital Outturn 2020/21 report, the use or transfer of surplus/deficit on revenue and capital budgets in line with the Reserves Policy. Furthermore, the PCC approved the Capital Financing of the capital programme.

Here is the decision notice.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a recommendation to enter into a collaboration agreement with South East and Eastern Forces for the procurement of Insurance.

Here you can view the decision notice in full.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approved the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2021/22 and Capital Strategy 2021/25 on 19 March 2021.

 You can find both documents at the links below.

 Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2021/22

 Capital Strategy 2021/25

Both documents were reviewed by the Joint Independent Audit Committee at their meeting on 16 March 2021 and were recommended to the PCC for approval. Here is the decision notice.

 *Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed today, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a recommendation to provide grant funding to Sussex Pathways for RJ Services in 2021/22 to enable the continuation of restorative services Pan-Sussex.

Here you can view the decision notice in full.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a recommendation to provide grant funding to Victim Support for Restorative Justice Services in 2021/22 to enable the continuation of restorative services Pan-Sussex.

Here you can see the decision notice in full.

 
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