PCC Decisions

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The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved the engrossment of documentation of Airwave Licences at Beachy Head, Bognor Regis, Littlehampton, Bexhill, Chichester and Race Hill.

The decision notice can be viewed here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved the engrossment of documentation for the use of space within the Town Hall, enabling the sale of the old Lancing Police Station.

You can view the decision notice here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved the engrossment of documentation in regards to the extension of a lease for occupation at Gatwick airport.

The decision notice can be viewed here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved  a return of under-spent monies for 2017/18 from Victim Support under the conditions of the Grant Agreement.

Grant funding is provided to Victim Support to provide a range of Restorative Justice (RJ) services. During the period of 2017/18 Victim Support have held a number of vacancies and hence the full grant has not been spent.

You can view the decision notice here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved the engrossment of documentation of Saxon House, Newhaven.

You can view the decision notice here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approved the 2018/19 Treasury Management Strategy Statement. The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) has produced the Code of Practice on Treasury Management (the Code) which represents best practice in Treasury Management. 

The proposed Strategy was reviewed by the Joint Independent Audit Committee on 20 March 2018. Their comments have been noted and incorporated where appropriate.

The decision notice can be viewed here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) approves the budget transfers (virements) and capital amendments.

Financial Regulations require that the Chief Finance Officer and Director of Finance provide regular reports of financial performance during the financial year and to seek approval for the transfer of resources between budget headings (virements) when they exceed the limits set out within Financial Regulations.

The decision notice can be viewed here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved the following;

[a] the net revenue budget forecast as at 31 January 2018;

[b] the budget transfers (virements)

[c] the capital budget forecast as at 31 January 2018

in line with the Financial Regulations that require the Chief Finance Officer and Director of Finance provide regular reports of financial performance during the financial year and to seek approval for the transfer of resources between budget headings (virements) when they exceed the limits set out within Financial Regulations. 

You can view the decision notice here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has approved a decision to award a grant to Victim Support for 2018/19 to enable to continuation of restorative services Pan-Sussex which currently ceases on 31 March 2018.

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) aspiration is for all areas to create a Restorative Justice service for all victims of crime at all stages of the Criminal Justice System (CJS). Sussex implemented a plan agreed by the Sussex Criminal Justice Board (SCJB) in 2014/15, a fundamental aspect of this is working with victims harmed by crime and relies on the services from Victim Support to ensure compliance with the victim code.

You can view the decision notice here.

The Police & Crime Commissioner has approved an uplift of £20,061.72 is funded to Victim Support for 2017/18.

The demand for caseworkers have been working with is far higher than the projected demand the pilot was built upon.

You can view the decision notice here

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