The Commissioning Framework sets out how the PCC intends to align the Commissioning Budget with the key themes and strategic priorities in the Police and Crime Plan.
In November 2015 the Commissioning Framework for 2015/2017 was refreshed to take into account key strategic developments and firm up/adjust commissioning spend/intentions for 2016/17. Stakeholders were consulted to gain an understanding of their views to these proposed changes and their feedback was used to shape the final document which can be downloaded below:-
There are a number of ways in which the outcomes outlined in the Police and Crime Plan will be commissioned. This will be through:
1. Direct Commissioning
The Police and Crime Commissioner will directly tender or hold a contract with a provider(s).
This refers to joint commissioning between the Police and Crime Commissioner and another organisation(s), board or group. It covers all stages of commissioning from the needs assessment and service design, to allocation of resources and evaluation.
3. Partnership Locality Funding
This funding is allocated to Community Safety Partnerships. Partnership working is fundamental to the successful delivery of the Police and Crime Plan and the Community Safety Partnerships play a unique role in responding to local need around crime and community safety
4. PCC Grant
Inviting provider or providers to submit applications against a set of criteria
Details of the latest grants can be found below:-
If you would like further information regarding commissioning please contact: PCC.Funding@leics.pcc.pnn.gov.uk