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Decisions of the PCC - December 2015

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







100 – 2015

Commissioner’s Strategic Direction Arising from 
Saddique-v-The Chief Constable of Cleveland Police Newcastle   Employment Tribunal

As Police & Crime Commissioner, I am deeply concerned at the findings of the Employment Tribunal, set out in its judgment in the case of Saddique v The Chief Constable.

It is my responsibility, as the elected individual with the responsibility for the totality of policing in Cleveland, to set clear expectations for Cleveland Police arising from the issues highlighted in the 

In doing so, I recognise the achievements made by both Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer and Deputy Chief Constable Iain Spittal in   particular, in working to ensure tolerance and fairness within Cleveland Police underpinned by the national police Code of Ethics – and I recognise that the organisation has made huge progress   under their leadership in this regard.









101 – 2015

A Vision for the Future of   Victims Services

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Durham have made clear their commitment to put victims at the heart of the criminal justice processes. They jointly Chair and Vice Chair the Cleveland and Durham Criminal Justice Board and each have Victims Strategic Planning Groups, a partnership that offers advice and guidance on improving victim’s services.



102 – 2015

ABC Counselling, Play Therapy & Family Solutions   C.I.C - Transition Clubs

To approve £5,200 spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to ABC Counselling, Play Therapy & Family Solutions C.I.C 
for purchasing equipment and rent costs for a twelve month group work programme supporting 24 children.



103 – 2015

Increased provision for specialist Independent   Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA)

To agree to grant fund Barnardos for 5 months of increased ISVA provision.



104 – 2015

Cleveland Juniors FC - CCTV cameras

To approve spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to Cleveland Juniors FC for CCTV cameras.



105 – 2015

Heugh Battery Museum - CCTV

To approve spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to Heugh Battery Museum for CCTV system.



106 – 2015

Lynnfield Primary - CCTV

To approve spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to Lynnfield Primary School for CCTV installation.



107 – 2015

MaSters Training Centre

To approve spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to MaSters Training Centre for equipment and hire of a sports hall.



108 – 2015

Streets Ahead for Information - Crime prevention equipment

To approve spend from the PCC Community Safety Initiative Fund to Streets Ahead for Information, in order to purchase crime prevention equipment.



109 – 2015

The Police Treatment Centres

After visiting one of the two Police Treatment Centres in the United Kingdom and receiving a request from the Centres' Chief Executive inviting him to support their work,  the PCC (in line with decisions taken by other PCCs) would like to make a donation of £1,000 to help them to continue the work they do in supporting Police Officers, PCSOs, Special Constables  and Custody/Detention Officers.



110 - 2015

Welfare Athletic FC

Welfare Athletic FC are a Sunday League football team and   offer organised football to young people aged 16+. The club applied for   funding from the Police Property  Act Fund to pay for the pitch hire for the club.



111 – 2015

Approval of Nominations of Legally-Qualified Chairs   for Police Misconduct Hearings

With effect from 1 January 2016, the Police & Crime Commissioner is required by law to have nominated lawyers to chair Misconduct   Hearings in respect of police officers (other than senior officers, in   respect of whom other arrangements apply).



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