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Partnership Spending 2015/16

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PARTNERSHIP SPENDING 2015/16

The Commissioner has provided a specific Community Safety Fund to support community safety activity in the police force area.

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 2015-16 he will continue to provide funding for a 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.

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.

Partnership Spending

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 5th June, 2015 – Decision Ref: 2015/15, Appendix B

Amount:

£40,000

Who received the funding:

MADE Website
(Made Agency Data Exchange)

Purpose:

This website is used by all partners in monitoring performance and identifying emerging trends and also is also used to support the PCC’s scrutiny function.

 

Amount:

£70,000

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Constabulary Partnership Analysts

Purpose:

Partnership Analysts support the local community safety partnerships with the provision of reports, papers and advice. The analysts also provide support to the OPCC.

 

Amount:

£17,509

Who received the funding:

John Moores University
TIIG Data
(Trauma Injuries Investigation Group)

Purpose:

TIIG data is gathered by the John Moores University from a number of hospital Accident & Emergency Units across Lancashire and analysed to provide additional information relating to violent crimes and links to alcohol misuse.

 

Amount:

£144,000

Who received the funding:

Community Safety Partnerships
12 x District Councils

Purpose:

The Commissioner has provided £10,00 for each of the 12 districts in Lancashire to their Community Safety Partnership for projects and schemes which support the Commissioner’s priorities. To also promote joint working across districts the Commissioner will provide a 20% uplift to those who participate in collaborative working.

 

Amount:

£181,000

Who received the funding:

Community Safety Partnerships
2 x Unitary Councils

Purpose:

The Commissioner has provided £181,000 (£91,000 for Blackpool & £90,000 Blackburn) for both Community Safety Partnership for Office Posts or projects/schemes which support the Commissioner’s priorities.

 

Amount:

£417,000

Who received the funding:

Lancashire County Council
£315,000
Blackburn and Darwen Council
£51,000
Blackpool Council
£51,000

 

Purpose:

Domestic Abuse Services
The Commissioner has provided funding for Domestic Abuse Services to be commissioner in each of the 3 areas.

 

Amount:

£175,000

Who received the funding:

YOT Triage Scheme

 

Purpose:

The Commissioner has provided £175,000 to all 3 Unitary YOTs for the YOT Triage Scheme which is being delivered across Lancashire.

 

 

Amount:

£20,000

Who received the funding:

Princes Trust

 

Purpose:

Get Started Programme, Blackpool
The Commissioner has provided £20,000 to the Princes Trust for the Get Started Programme which supports young people who are offenders, ex-offenders are at the risk of offending.

 

Amount:

£118,000

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Sport Partnership

Purpose:

Positive Together
This programme delivers a range of activities and projects for young people at risk of involvement in crime or criminal activity across the whole of Lancashire.

The programmes are delivered by local community based groups, with a mixed of paid staff and volunteers and since 2013 the number of volunteers and groups have increased.

 

 

Amount:

£280,000

Who received the funding:

LCC / Red Rose Recovery

Purpose:

LCC Substance Misuse Services
The Commissioner has provided £280,000 to LCC/Red Rose Recovery to support substance misuse services in Lancashire.

 

 

Amount:

£10,000

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Sport Partnership & Red Rose Recovery

 

Purpose:

Challenge through sport initiative
The Commissioner provided £10,000 towards the Challenge through sport initiative. It uses peer-led sports programme to provide support and development for recovering substance miss-users in aim to improve their lifestyle and reduce their risk of re-offending.

 

Amount:

£81,000

Who received the funding:

Blackburn with Darwen Council

Purpose:

BwD Substance Misuse Services
The Commissioner has provided £81,000 towards Blackburn with Darwen to support substance misuse services in their area.

 

Amount:

£128,000

Who received the funding:

Blackpool Council

Purpose:

Blackpool Substance Misuse Services
The Commissioner has provided £128,000 towards Blackpool Council to support substance misuse services in their area.

 

 

Amount:

£48,424

Who received the funding:

Blackburn with Darwen Council

 

Purpose:

Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM)
The Commissioner provided £48,424 for the MEAM Project which works with the most complex and vulnerable adults.

 

 

Amount:

£20,000

Who received the funding:

Street Pastors

 

Purpose:

The Commissioner allocated £20,000 towards the work of street pastors across Lancashire.

 

 

Amount:

£7,000

Who received the funding:

National Ugly Mugs (NUM) Scheme

 

Purpose:

The Commissioner has provided £7,000 to support the NUM Scheme which provides helps and support for sex workers and enables them to report aggressive and violent clients.

 

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 17th July, 2015  – Decision Ref: 2015/23

Amount:

£4,290

Who received the funding:

Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust (INTACT)

Purpose:

INTACT wish to establish stronger links and increase their activities with Girls aged 11-16 years. The Commissioner provided INTACT with a grant of £4,290 to purchase equipment, resources and coaching session primarily for the girls.

 

Amount:

£5,000

Who received the funding:

Chorley Street Pastors

Purpose:

The Commissioner provided £5,000 to Chorley Street Pastors towards the co-ordination of their teams and a development and training promotional video.

 

Amount:

£13,910

Who received the funding:

Victim Support

Purpose:

The Commissioner provided £13,910 to Victim Support from the Prisoner Earning’s Act Funding to provide a range of immediate help and support to victims.

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 28th September,2015  – Decision Ref: 2015/41

Amount:

£10,000

Who received the funding:

Lancashire Combined Watch Forum (LCWF)

Purpose:

The Commissioner allocated £10,000 to LCWF to support the work they do in Lancashire for the next 12 months.

 

 

Amount:

£10,000

Who received the funding:

Streetlife Trust

Purpose:

The Commissioner provided £10,00 to Streetlife Trust to support the ongoing work of a Young Person Support Worker.

 

Amount:

£600

Who received the funding:

Think Jessica Charity

Purpose:

To purchase Anti-Fraud and Scam Materials advice booklets, DVDs and posters from the Think Jessica charity for use by both Lancashire Constabulary and Victim Support.

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 23rd October,2015  – Decision Ref: 2015/53

Amount:

£14,800

Who received the funding:

AFC Fylde

 

Purpose:

Writing Wrongs
The Commissioner has awarded £14,800 to AFC Fylde to deliver the Writing Wrongs Programme which works with Young People at the risk of offending or currently offending.

 

Amount:

£6,000

Who received the funding:

Blackpool & Fylde Street Angels

 

Purpose:

The Commissioner granted £6,000 to Blackpool & Fylde Street Angels to support the general administration of the volunteer teams and in particular raise awareness of the initiative. As well as the purchase of an awning/gazebo to use when working in the town centre to provide a dry, sheltered area.

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 18th January, 2016 – Decision Ref: 2015/68, Appendix.

Amount:

£40,000

Who received the funding:

Families, Health & Wellbeing Consortium and Greater Together

Purpose:

The Commissioner has allocated £40,000 to establish a support service for a Young Victims Service in Lancashire.

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner formally approved the funding allocations below on 21st March, 2016  – Decision Ref: 2015/80

Amount:

£82,000

Who received the funding:

Trust House

Purpose:

The Commissioner has allocated £82,000 to Trust House which is equivalent to 50% of the core operating costs for Trust House to ensure that the organisation can maintain delivery of existing services.

 

Amount:

£7,000

Who received the funding:

Families, Health & Wellbeing Consortium and Greater Together

Purpose:

The Commissioner has allocated a further £7,000 to support the Young Victims Service to enable the service to be provided to the standard required by the Commissioner.

 

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