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Decisions of the PCC - January 2014

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







01 -   2014

Activity to Tackle Metal Theft

Summary within Decision Record Form 



02 -   2014

Additional Income

In either previous financial years and/or the current financial year additional income over and above the amount factored into the original budget set by the PCC has been received. As a result of this income the Force has requested an increase to their budget of £33,330 to spend in the following areas:

  • Communities against Drugs - £8,000 - funded by money previously received from Hartlepool BC
  • Additional patrols to cover retail locations over the Festive period - £1,800 - funded by money previously received from Stockton BC.
  • Vehicle Crime - £1,000 - This will be used to tackle vehicle crime problems, various prevention, intelligence and enforcement tactics are intended to be introduced with a clear focus on problem solving - This will be funded by income previously received from Stockton BC
  • Taxi Enforcement and Abnormal Loads - Overtime has been worked to deliver these services which is recovered from Local Councils and Haulage companies. £20k additional income has been received to cover the costs and the Force is requesting the money to fund its costs.
  • Retail Crime - £2,500 has been provided by Threadneddle UK Property Trust c/o Workman LLP to provide additional Patrols to the Cleveland Retail Park to address anti social behaviour and offences at the site. There is the potential that the funding could increase to £10,000.




03 -   2014

Collaboration on ICT System

Summary within Decision Record Form 



04 –   2014

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.


Arrest Referral Progress Report
Update December 2014

05 –   2014

Disposal of Ladgate Lane

Business case exempt for disclosure under Section 100A (4) of the Local Government Act 1972, under paragraph 3of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Act.



06 –   2014

Capital Financing

Summary within Decision Record Form




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