PCC Decisions

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The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to re-appoint Susannah Dengate as an Independent Panel Member  for Gross Misconduct Hearings for a further four-year term.

Here you can view the Decision Notice.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to contribute to the West Sussex County Council (WSCC) joint funding arrangements for the High Risk Offender accommodations service.

Here you can read the decision notice.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to provide grant funding to Victim Support for Restoritive Justice Services in 2020/21 to enable the continuation of restorative service pan-Sussex.

Here you can read the decision notice.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed on 31 March 2020, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to grant funding to Sussex Pathways for Restorative Justice services pan-Sussex.

Here you can read the decision notice.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed on 31 March 2020, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approved a decision to fund the following victim services;

  • Young Witness Service
  • Vulnerable Victims of Fraud Caseworkers
  • Children's Independent Sexual Violence Advisor Pan Sussex
  • West Sussex County Council Domestic Abuse Provision
  • Veritas Justice Advocacy Service
  • The Daisy Chain Project

Here you can view the decision notice.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed on 31 March 2020, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage

The Police & Crime Commissioner accepts the recommendation of the Joint Audit Committee and approves the changes to the Governance documents.

Here is the decision notice. 

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to maintain the level of financial support for Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs). Youth Justice and Drug Intervention Programme at the same level as 2019/2020.

Here you can read the decision notice in full.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed on 31 March 2020, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approved a decision for funding for specialist victim support projects.

  • The PCC holds the statutory duty to commission local victim and witness support services.
  • A grant is provided from the Ministry of Justice annually to commission these services.
  • A competitive funding tranche was released in December 2019 inviting funding applications from the approved providers under the Safe Space Sussex Funding Network

For more detail please read the Decision Notice.

*Please note that due to Covid-19 and working arrangements in place, whilst the decision was considered and agreed on 31 March 2020, it has not been possible to get the decision notice physically signed at this stage.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approved the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2020/21 and Capital Strategy 2020/21 on 23 March 2020.

Both documents were reviewed by the Joint Independent Audit Committee at their meeting on 18 March 2020 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 the decision to sell 51 Carleton Road, Chichester.

The decision can be viewed here

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