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Decisions of the PCC - March 2018

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.

Decisions of the PCC - March 2018
Decision Ref No Decision Title Decision Summary Date Authorised 
 2017-68185 Troubled Teens Community
Weightlifting

Middlesbrough Weightlifting Club was established in 2016 and has been recognised as a Centre for Youth Development in the North East by British Weightlifting.

The Club is delivering a targeted project for young people in the areas of Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland. The project will run for 48 weeks and groups will be capped at 15 individuals at a time. Mindfulness training will be integrated into the weightlifting which will be aimed at improving views on life and respect for self as well as others.

In order for the project to commence the club has requested funding for £2,355 to purchase lightweight equipment suitable for the young people that will be attending. An additional request of £2,559 was made in order for the club to purchase specialist equipment to hold British weightlifting accredited team competitions. A decision was made to fund £2,355 only for the lightweight equipment in order to start the project. 

This project supports the PCC's priorities of Working Together to Make Cleveland Safer and Securing the Future of Our Communities.

 13/03/2018
 2017-66656 To approve the award of a
contract to establish a Cleveland Anti-Trafficking Network

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cleveland is committed to playing a key role to raise awareness of and to seek intelligence amongst agencies and communities to tackle Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery as evidenced in the 2016-2020 Police and Crime Plan. It is also a Home Office and Cleveland Police priority.  The threat which this hidden crime poses to our communities is real and emerging as evidenced by an increasing number of criminal investigations and National Referral Mechanism (NRM) referrals made to the National Crime Agency (NCA).

Cleveland Police completed a review of Modern Slavery in May 2017 which found that similar to the national approach, there is evidence that multi-agency Anti-Slavery Networks have a positive impact on combatting and preventing Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking and having such networks in place is recognised as good practice.  Therefore, in support of this evidence the PCC jointly with Cleveland Police have commissioned the development and delivery of a Cleveland wide Anti-Slavery Network. The service specification can be found attached.

In December 2017, an advert was placed on the Bluelight E-tendering system inviting suppliers to bid for the service. Although the value was below the Contract Standing Orders threshold for tenders of £50,000, a decision was made to open the opportunity up to the market, as the market was unknown. An open tender was carried out using EU Supply as the tender portal, advertising the contract in Contract Finder and OJEU as per the Public Procurement Regulations 2015.

Four bids were received by the closing date however all four were over budget and therefore bidders were provided clarification on the budget and asked to establish what they could achieve within the budget.  All bids came back in budget.

In addition to a number of mandatory pass/fail questions such as mandatory/discretionary exclusion/financial viability/ Insurance the evaluation criterion was 45% Quality and Service Delivery and 55% Price.

The evaluation team scored the bids and case study in accordance with the evaluation criteria issued with the bid documents. The outcome of the evaluation process was:

Bidder 1 – 71.5%

Bidder 2 – 66.18%

Bidder 3 – 73.84%

Bidder 4 – 54.52%

Bidder 3 price submission was in line with the financial envelope and was the most economically advantageous tender.  The acceptance of the preferred bidder has been approved in line with the current Contract Standing Orders, however the award of the contract has been published as it was agreed to be of public interest.

The network will be tasked with developing a Cleveland wide Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery strategy and multi-agency action plan ensuring victims are fully supported and offenders are brought to justice

 13/03/2018
 
 
 
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