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603 Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent from All Years
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to award the contract for the provision of the VOIP telephone system to Atos under paragraph 20-24 of the Manual of Corporate Governance.
The initial contract will be for 36 months with an option to extend for a further two twelve month periods.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved a contract for the provision of fuel cards to Allstar Business Ltd. The award is in accordance with paragraph 66c of the Manual of Corporate Governance.
The call off contract will commence on 8th July 2019 and expire on 22nd March 2021 with an option to extend on an annual basis until 22nd March 2024.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved the amendments to the OPCC Freedom of Information Procedure.
The procedure has been updated to reflect the new Code of Practice issued under Section 45 of the Freedom of Information Act by the government.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to provide a financial contribution to the post of Anti-Social Behaviour Coordinator at Caerphilly County Borough Council (CCBC) for 2019/20.
A non-recuurent contribution of £21,181 will be made to CCBC to secure the ASB Coordinator post until 31st March 2020 whilst a long term sustainable solution can be agreed.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to support the extension of the Gwent Drug and Alchol Service (GDAS) contract by 1 year, taking the service to 31st March 2021.
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent has agreed to provide funding (awarded by the Home Office to the PCC to organisations working together with gwent Police to deliver Serious Organised Crime Interventions during 2019/20
The non-recurrent funding has been awarded to :
Crimestoppers Trust - £42,376
* To employ an outreach worker to deliver the Fearles Programme in educational establishments; and
* To deliver awareness raising campaigns
St Giles Trust - £59,599
* To employ a caseworker to deliver crisis intervention with young people and their families; and
* To deliver training to professionals
An amount of £68,025 remains in the process of being allocated.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to fund the overspend in relation to the interim service delivered by Umberella Gwent in 2018/19 and to extend the interim provision by 9 months until December 2019
A procurement process has commenced to replace the service; the earliest a new contract can be expected to be inplace to deliver the new service is October 2019.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to award grant funding to three organisations totalling £39,154.50 from the PCC Police Community Fund within the final six month period of 2018/19.
The successful applicants which I have authorised 1 years funding for are listed below:
Xcelerate Youth - £12,000 towards a family worker / counselling practitioner who will work alongside children with challenging behaviours and their families. The projects aims will help prevent and / or avert anti-social behaviour, provide victim support, help to positively develop young people and improve community cohesion.
Duffryn Community Link - £24,904.50 towards youth workers, venue hire, equipment and activity costs for the Youth Link project. The project will provide diversionary out of school hours and holiday activities for young people aged 8 – 16 years old whilst also supporting, engaging with and encouraging young people to make positive contributions to their community. Drop in facilities for 11 – 18 year olds will also be available to identify individual or group problem areas; providing positive workable solutions on a group or one to one basis.
Volunteering Matters - £2,250 towards the Safe Male Film Project which expands on their Safe Male project which works with men aged 16 – 35 with learning needs and disabilities. This is a peer led project that delivers workshops on safe relationships, consent, internet and personal safety, sexual health, mate crime and exploitation in a totally accessible and inclusive way. The Safe Male Film Project will involve the men in developing a short film to raise awareness of appropriate sexual health and relationships for men with disability and highlight the dangers and pitfalls of exploitation especially around Mate Crime.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has awarded funds to the value of £8,322.50 from the Commissioners Positive Impact Fund for 2018/19.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to provide funding to support the Early Action Together programme during 2019/20.
The finding will be provided to Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council, Newport City Council and Gwent Police to deliver a whole system response to vulnerability by implementing Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) informed approaches for operational policing and key partners.