Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent .
In January 2021, the Government announced an additional £40m for victims’ services which will be distributed through different mechanisms.
The funding has been administered through Police and Crime Commissioners across England and Wales.
Gwent were able to secure an additional £139,037 for Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Services for the financial year 2021-22 and £644,446 for additional IDVA and ISVA provision in Gwent for a two-year period
from April 2021.Show More
The findings of the survey helped inform the Commissioner’s decision when setting the precept level for 2021/22.Show More
A budget of £500,000 has been set for community safety and youth offending in Gwent as outlined in Decision Log PCCG-2020-051. South Wales Fire and Rescue was awarded £28,000 from the community safety and youth offending fund to continue the work of the Anti-Social Behaviour and Fire Crime Practitioner.Show More
This was in accordance with paragraphs 84-86 of the Manual of Corporate Governance Part 3e – Standing Orders Relating to Contracts,Show More
The funding will be provided to Newport City Council who currently leads on coordinating the delivery of the IDVA service until long term commissioning and funding arrangements have been agreed.Show More
The ‘Places for People – Major Projects Hub’ framework has been utilised.
This is in accordance with the Manual of Governance (sections 20-24 of Part 3e Standing Orders Relating to Contracts).Show More
The Commissioner is required to adopt and comply with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) Prudential Code for Capital Finance in Local Authorities and the CIPFA Code of Practice on Treasury Management. The Treasury Management Strategy 2021/22 to 2023/24 and the Treasury Management Practices have been agreed in order to comply with the codes.Show More
In 2020/2021 new arrangements for supporting community safety and youth offending in Gwent were put in place, which were implemented from 1st July 2020. A budget of £500,000 has been set for community safety and youth offending in Gwent. Of this £66,000 is retained for non-Local Authority partners, whilst the remaining £434,000 will be allocated to Local Authorities to contribute towards their community safety and youth offending provisions.Show More
The provision of victims services to children and young people is being improved and as such a new tender process is being progressed. There has been a delay in progressing the tender release and as such Umbrella Gwent will provide the interim service until 2021/22.Show More