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PARTNERSHIP SPENDING 2013/14

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PARTNERSHIP SPENDING 2013/14

For 2013-14, the Commissioner has been provided with a specific Community Safety Fund to support community safety activity in the police force area. In future years, this fund will be combined with the existing Police Grant forming the Police and Crime Fund for Lancashire.

The use of any funding held by the Commissioner must support the Aims and Priorities outlined in the Police and Crime Plan.

Within these Priorities, and where it is both practical and realistic, funding should be used to support early intervention work as well as tackling the issues once they have occurred and have an impact on the communities of Lancashire.

The Commissioner has made a commitment that in 2013-14 he will continue to provide funding for a wide range of projects and initiatives that are already underway, which support the aims and priorities detailed in his Police and Crime Plan.

To find out how and when these decisions have been made please visit our decisions page.

Partnership Spending

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on Friday 10 January 2014 – Decision ref 2013/34

Amount:
£10,000.00

Who received the funding:
Preston and Chorley Street Pastors

Purpose:
Provide funding for co-ordinator posts for the two Street Pastor schemes to support teams of Street Pastors working in Preston and Chorley Town Centres

Priorities Supported:

Support Frontline Policing

Protect vulnerable people

Reduce crime


Amount:
£10,000.00

Who received the funding:
Preston and Chorley Street Pastors

Purpose:
Provide funding for co-ordinator posts for the two Street Pastor schemes to support teams of Street Pastors working in Preston and Chorley Town Centres

Priorities Supported:

Support Frontline Policing
Protect vulnerable people
Reduce crime

Amount:
£11,000.00

Who received the funding:
The Birchall Trust

Purpose:
Support the delivery of adult therapeutic services to victims of rape and sexual assaults

Priorities Supported:

Protect vulnerable people


The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on Friday 10 January 2014 – Decision ref 2013/35

Amount:
30,000.0

Who received the funding:
Lancashire Womens’ Centres – AVERT project

Purpose:
Funding for a full time case worker for the AVERT pilot scheme at Greenbank Police Station. The scheme offers support for women offenders to address underlying vulnerabilities which lead to their offending behavior

Priorities Supported:

Reduce crime and re-offending
Protect vulnerable people

Amount:
£10,000.00

Who received the funding:
Preston and Chorley Street Pastors

Purpose:
Provide funding for co-ordinator posts for the two Street Pastor schemes to support teams of Street Pastors working in Preston and Chorley Town Centres

Priorities Supported:

Support Frontline Policing
Protect vulnerable people
Reduce crime

Amount:
£75,000.00

Who received the funding:
Police and Crime Commissioner

Purpose:

To establish a fund to support the delivery of Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) being undertaken by local Community  Safety Partnerships.

DHRs are a statutory requirement and the establishment of this fund is part of the Commissioner’s support for the local delivery of community safety matters.

Priorities Supported:

Protect vulnerable people


The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on Thursday 10 October 2013 – Decision ref 2013/24

Amount:
£8,000.00

Who received the funding:
Lancashire Community Safety Team

Purpose:
Support for analytical and data sharing services and facilities

Priorities Supported:

Partnership working

Amount:
£20,000.00

Who received the funding:
The Prince’s Trust 

Purpose:
Get Started Programme in Blackpool. Providing support for young people/adults who are either involved in or at risk of involvement in criminal activity

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on Friday 15 March 2013 – Decision ref 2012/17

Amount:
£51,400.00

Who received the funding:
Blackburn with Darwen Community Safety Partnership

Purpose:
Support for Domestic Abuse services

Priorities Supported:

Protecting vulnerable people

Amount:
£51,700.00

Who received the funding:
Blackpool Community Safety Partnership

Purpose:
Support for Domestic Abuse services

Priorities Supported:

Protecting vulnerable people

Amount:
£108,000.00

Who received the funding:
Lancashire Sport Partnership and Groundwork

Purpose:
Support for Positive Futures programme – reducing number of young people entering the criminal justice system

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£5,000.00

Who received the funding:
Lancashire County Council – on behalf of partnership consortium

Purpose:
Inside Out Project in Preston Prison – reducing re-offending

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on Friday 1 February 2013 – Decision ref 2012/10

Amount:
£94,958.00

Who received the funding:
Blackburn with Darwen Community Safety Partnerships

Purpose:

Supporting Domestic Abuse services

Supporting Anti-Social Behaviour services for high risk victims and prolific offenders

Reducing Re-offending programmes including Revolution


Priorities Supported:

Protecting vulnerable people

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£95,826.00

Who received the funding:
BSafe Blackpool – Community Safety Partnership

Purpose:

Supporting Anti-Social Behaviour services for high risk victims and prolific offenders

Support for crime reduction programme including Violent Crime and Reducing Crime

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£581,476.00

Who received the funding:
Lancashire Community Safety Strategy Group – supporting the district Community Safety Partnerships

Purpose:

Support for analytical and data sharing services and facilities

Children and Young People’s Substance Misuse service

Support for Safer Lancashire Communications Group

Support for Domestic Abuse and Child Sexual Exploitation services

Support for district level delivery of community safety programmes

Priorities Supported:

Partnership working

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Protecting vulnerable people

Amount:
£136,643.00

Who received the funding:
Youth Offending Teams – Blackburn, Blackpool and Lancashire

Purpose:
YOT Triage Scheme – reducing the number of young people who enter the criminal justice system

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£90,000.00

Who received the funding:
Blackburn with Darwen Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT)

Purpose:
Support for drug and alcohol treatment programmes to reduce crime and re-offending

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£143,000.00

Who received the funding:
Blackpool Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT)

Purpose:
Support for drug and alcohol treatment programmes to reduce crime and re-offending

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending

Amount:
£364,000.00

Who received the funding:
Blackpool Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT)

Purpose:
Support for drug and alcohol treatment programmes to reduce crime and re-offending

Priorities Supported:

Targeted initiatives to tackle crime and re-offending