Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent .
Treasury Management covers borrowing, investing, banking and cash flow management.Show More
The Commissioner is satisfied that all declarations by staff have been made within the boundaries of acceptability in accordance with the relevant policies and procedures.Show More
Under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the Commissioner is required to produce, for each financial year, an Annual Report that highlights how the he has been carrying out his role and the progress that has been made in meeting the objectives as set out within the Police and Crime Plan for Gwent.Show More
Under the Welsh language standards imposed on the Police and Crime Commissioner, from the 30th March 2017 the Commissioner is required to produce an Annual Monitoring Report for each financial year, related to a number of specific standards.Show More
The Commissioner is satisfied that the complaints examined had been dealt with appropriately by the Chief Constable.Show More
In August 2020 the Home Office announced their Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme Fund. The primary aim of this fund was to increase the number of perpetrator-focussed programmes in local areas and strengthen the evaluation of these interventions.
The OPCC was notified that the submitted bid of £205,469 was successful, with the grant being awarded for the period 1st October 2020 to 31st March 2021 and as a condition of the grant, the PCC agreed to make £195,347 available to ensure 12 months of delivery of the services to 30th September 2021Show More
A grant of £55,000 has been issued to Clinks, a contribution of £15,000 from Gwent OPCC Commissioning Fund budget allocation, £15,000 each from Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS)
and South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner. Additional funding will also be sourced from Dyfed Powys Police and North Wales Police.Show More