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Decisions of the PCC - October 2013

On this page, any decisions made by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland will be published. The table below outlines each decision supported by the Decision Form used by the Commissioner to justify the decision.

Note: Where a link to the decision document is unavailable. this will be updated as soon as possible.

 

DECISION REF NO.

DETAILS OF DECISION

DECISION SUMMARY 

DATE AUTHORISED

UPDATE

42 – 2013 

Living Wage Employer

Agreement from the PCC to apply to become an accredited Living Wage Employer. Meaning that the PCC commits to paying at least the Living Wage to employees over the age of 18, in addition requiring the Chief Constable to do the same from 1 April 2014. The PCC will also require all contractors providing staff working on site for 2 or more hours in any given day for 8 or more consecutive weeks of the year to pay at least the living wage, effective from when contracts are renewed. 

07/10/2013

 

43 – 2013 

Provision of Catering Services

The current catering contract expires on 31/01/2014. It is not recommended that the contract be renewed, rather alternative provisions be arranged..

07/10/2013

 

44 – 2013 

North East Retail Crime Partnership

To agree a contribution of £7000 to the North East Retail Crime Partnership (NERCP) in conjunction with Durham, Northumbria and North Yorkshire PCCs.

07/10/2013

 

45 – 2013

Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance

Summary within Decision Record Form 

15/10/2013

 

46 – 2013

Vehicle Data Recording Solution

Summary within Decision Record Form 

15/10/2013

 

47 – 2013

Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage (HALO) Project

The Halo Project is meeting the needs of victims of Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence by acting as the lead agency for key stakeholders, partnerships and agencies providing specialist provision, awareness and safeguarding for victims.

During the transition period to Police and Crime Commissioners the Transition Programme Board agreed a contribution of £10k in support of re-launching the HALO project and the Force agree a further £5k. One year on the Halo Project Team has expanded due the volume of cases being dealt with.

The Halo Project Team have therefore requested continuation of funding for a further year. Other Organisations including Vela Group, Middlesbrough Council, Middlesbrough College, Tees Health, Fabrick Group, Northstar Housing Group and Coast and Country Housing are continuing their support of the project. Funding awarded would be utilised in support of victims which is priority of the PCC. 

18/10/2013

 

48 – 2013

Arrest Referral

The Cleveland Police Arrest Referral Scheme engages those people, at the point of arrest, whose offending is linked to drug or alcohol misuse. By seeing the offender as soon as possible after they are arrested, Arrest Referral workers can offer a pathway into harm reduction, treatment and rehabilitation services.

The Police and Crime commissioner is asked to review the current arrangements for the Arrest Referral Scheme contract within custody, which comes to an end in April 2014

31/10/2013

 

49 – 2013

Mobile Voice and Data Services Contract

The Government Procurement Services have awarded a PSN Services Framework on behalf of the Public Sector. The PSN Services Framework is split into 10 lots covering a range of services. Lot 6 is for the Provision of Mobile Voice and Data Services and has the option to directly award a contract to one of the six suppliers on the framework.

Taking into consideration the cost to change to another provider and the network coverage in the Cleveland area, a direct award approach is the only viable option that meet operational requirements for mobile use and offers the best value for money.

31/10/2013

 

 

 

  

 

 
 
 
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