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Decisions of the PCC - March 2020

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 practicable.

 

Decisions of the PCC - March 2020
Decision Ref No. Decision Title  Decision Summary Date Authorised 
2020-00198446 Use of Proceeds of Crime Income to fund Heroin Assisted Treatment Programme The PCC is asked to approve that the continuation and development of the Heroin Assisted Treatment Programme is funded from the income that is received from the confiscation and recovery of money from criminal activities in line with the Proceeds of Crime Act. The PCC is also asked to approve that the allocation of the ARIS monies, including the Earmarked Reserve, to be invested in the HAT programme are to be negotiated by the OPCC, taking account of arrangements negotiated in respect of Partner contributions and approved by the PCC CFO. 06/03/2020      
2020-00198652 Working with Middlesbrough Council to invest in Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) sites The PCC is asked to authorise that the £110k of funding for this proposed investment can be accepted from Middlesbrough Council and then invested in the ANPR system as set out within this document 06/03/2020
2020-00199814  Funding - International Football Tournament Justice First hold an annual multi-cultural football tournament and have requested funding from the PCC to contribute towards the event. This year's tournament is due to take place on Saturday 13th June. The significant and underpinning aim of this event is to promote community cohesion, reduce fear or crime/fear of authorities and enhance social integration between various social and cultural groups living in Teesside.  13/03/2020
2020-00199106 Funding Contribution - Teeswide Safeguarding Adults Board 2020/21  The Teesside Safeguarding Adults Board is the statutory body that sets the strategic direction for adult safeguarding and is responsible for protecting and promoting an adults right to live an independent life, in safety, free from abuse and neglect. The PCC is asked to provide a funding contribution to the Board of up to £24,000 covering 1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021.  13/03/2020
2020-00199815 Funding - Tees River Rescue Tees River Rescue intends to deploy an independent, inland patrol, search and rescue boat on the river Tees. The charity will provide routine public safety patrols along the 18 mile stretch of river. The boat is not designed to replace existing provision, but provide a complimentary service. The funding provided will support the purchase of equipment for the charity. 13/03/2020
2020-00194985 Funding - Show Racism the Red Card 2020/21 Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racism education charity which looks to use anti-racism workshops to engage young people and adults. The funding provided will support 25 anti-racism education workshops and 2 events with Middlesbrough FC and Hartlepool FC. 13/03/2020
 2020-00199038 Funding - Appropriate Adult Service 20/21 An appropriate adult is responsible for protecting or 'safeguarding' the right and welfare of a child of 'vulnerable' adult who is either detained by police or is interviewed under caution voluntarily. Although there is no legal duty on any agency to provide Appropriate Adult provision for vulnerable adults, the PCC has agreed to continue to provide funding for this service. 13/03/2020
2020-00199042 Cleveland Police Cadet Programme 2020/21 The Cleveland Volunteer Police Cadet programme is open to young people aged 13 to 17 years inclusive, with separate Cadet Units in each Local Policing Area, who meet on a weekly basis for two and a half hours. The programme aims to build bridges within communities, working to reduce the risk of crime and encouraging progression towards responsible adulthood, by providing a range of transferable skills to young people. 13/03/2020
2020-00198763 Halo Service Contract Extension Specialist support for victims of Honour Based Violence / Force Marriage and Female Gential Mutaliation has been commissioned by the PCC since 1 May 2017 The current contractual arrangements with Halo comes to an end of 31 March 2020. It is proposed that this service be extended for a 5 months period from 1 April 2020 - 31 August 2020. 13/03/2020
       
 
 
 
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