Expression of Interest - IDVA services
The current provider for the Denbighshire IDVA Service has recently notified us of their intentions to terminate their contract with us on the 31st August 2019. Therefore we are currently looking for expressions of interests from interested services to provide 2 full time trained IDVA’s to ensure a smooth transition until 31st March 2020.
Please use embedded Expression of Interest form for all submissions.
Please note deadline for submissions are by 5pm on Friday, 9th August. Please direct all submissions and any queries to Hannah Roberts on 01492 804237 or via email@example.com on 01492 804237.
Serious Violence Prevention Project (Wales) Community Funding
As a response to increases in knife crime, gun crime and homicide in the UK, the Home Office Serious Violence Strategy (2018), places an emphasis on early intervention and prevention, to tackle root causes of violence and prevent young people from getting involved in crime. The Strategy sets out a multi-strand approach with partnerships across a number of sectors including education, youth services, social services, health, housing, and victim services.
To deliver on aspects of the Strategy and support the vision of their Police & Crime Plan, Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales are working in partnership to deliver a funding programme (June 2019 – March 2020) to explore youth work approaches to early intervention and prevention.
For more information, please click here
Application Form- Word Document
Application Form - PDF
Crime and Disorder
The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 enables the Commissioner to award grants to partners, public organisations or voluntary groups that can support the community safety priorities identified in the Police and Crime Plan.
The Commissioner' has decided to continue to support the community safety partnerships, youth offending teams and drug intervention programme in north Wales.
Grant terms and conditions
The Police Reform & Social Responsibility Act 2011 further charges the Commissioner to commission local services to help victims, or witnesses of, or other persons affected by, criminal offences and anti-social behaviour.
A Needs Assessment for the development of Victim Services in North Wales was carried out to aid the Commissioner's decision.
Grant Terms and Conditions
Hate Crime Awareness Grant
The Police and Crime Commissioner receives a grant from Welsh Government to be spend on Hate Crime Awareness Week, see below how the money was spent in North Wales.
Your Community, Your Choice (Participatory Budgeting)
"Your Community, Your Choice" is one of the Commissioner's initiatives to return money seized from offenders back to the community.
Money recovered through the Proceeds of Crime Act and from the Police and Crime Commissioner is donated to community projects in North Wales.
Your Community, Your Choice is also supported by PACT (Police and Community Trust), North Wales.
PACT Annual Report 2018
PACT Annual Report 2017
PACT Annual Report 2016
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner (and North Wales Police) hopes that embedding Social Value into our commissioning and procurement processes will bring significant benefit to North Wales and its residents by delivering a social return, wherever possible, on every pound we spend.
Social Value Policy
Social Value Charter
Social Value Guidance Document
PCC NWP Annual social value report 2016-17