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The PCC has the power to award grants to voluntary and community sector organisations, including charities and community groups, to deliver services and projects to:
- reduce crime and disorder
- support victims of crime to cope and recover
The net 2017/18 commissioning budget is £1.5 million.
|General||1,478||Crime and disorder reduction (including demand on the police). This figure assumed £450k underspending from 2016/17 would be carried forward and spent in 2017/18.|
|Victims' services||1,037||Supporting victims of crime to cope and recover.|
Ministry of Justice (MOJ) grant
The process for awarding a grant varies, depending on the type of service(s) required, and the rules and procedures that are followed by the OPCCN are set out in the Grant Policy and Procedures (PDF, 1.0 MB).
And Ministry of Justice (MOJ) financial returns for victim support service commissioning can be found below:
- 2014-15 MOJ Financial Return (PDF, 41 KB)
- 2015-16 MOJ Financial Return (PDF, 161 KB)
- 2016-17 MOJ Financial Return (PDF, 68 KB)
It is through the commissioning of services and awarding of grants that the PCC is able to meet the aims set out in the Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk.
The Police and Crime Plan 2016-2020 sets out the PCC’s priorities and main commissioning intentions for the next four years.