PCC Decisions

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The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed to provide funding to VCSE organisation Impetus to maintain support service during the application period for the Enhanced Victim Services Fund....
The Police & Crime Commissioner  has agreed to utilise the Crown Commercial Service Framework Agreement for the supply of Liquid Fuel & Heating Oil for a further two years as endorsed by the Joint Procurement Board for Sussex and Surrey....
In conjunction the  Surrey PCC and Surrey County Council, the Police & Crime Commissioner for Sussex has agreed to award the ANPR contract for Sussex and Surrey to Vysionics (supply) and Hill & Smith (maintenance). The contracts resulting from the award will be used by Surrey Police, Sussex Police and Surrey County Council....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed the direct award for Body Worn Video cameras to Reveal Media. Sussex Police require additional Body Worn Video (BWV) cameras with software license to compliment its existing BWV (332) and 'bolt on' to the current network from Reveal Media. BWV evidence is well established in terms of providing positive and early...
The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed to the create an enhanced fund to support existing and established programmes of work, which support victims and help prevent the occurrence of further crime....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has recommended that G-Cloud is used to identify a business partner who will develop a Target Operating Model for VEJ....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed to the allocation of £65,438.20 from the Community Safety Fund....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has agreed the allocation of £50,889.60 from the Victim Services Fund....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has recommended that Tascor be invited to sign up to the voluntary code of conduct, as recommended best practice by HM Treasury....
The Police & Crime Commissioner has appointed Miss Jeanette York as the fourth Independent Member of the Joint Audit Committee for a four year term....
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